New York City Chick-fil-A to reopen after 59 violations found

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NEW YORK – New York City’s first stand-alone Chick-fil-A that was temporarily shut down three months after opening is expected to reopen.

Records show that the restaurant was inspected on Christmas Eve. It was cited for not properly refrigerating food and not properly sanitizing its wiping cloths.

Records show the restaurant also had flies.

The restaurant closed on Dec. 30. The Department of Health says Chick-fil-A chose to temporarily close the location to address the issues.

A sign posted in the eatery’s window Saturday says the restaurant plans to reopen Monday morning.

The city’s second Chick-fil-A location opened on Oct. 3.

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