Brooklyn is Crazy about Pizza
According to the NY Times Di Farra Pizza in Brooklyn has been shut for the second time since March 15th, by the health inspector. The article quotes several forlorn customers who lament the loss of their favorite pizza and yearn for Di Farra to re-open. One customer even goes so far as to say that if Di Farr doesn't reopen "we’ll be losing not only a Brooklyn landmark but a national treasure.”
What I don't understand is, who in their right mind would want to eat at a restaurant that was closed by the health inspector twice within 3 months. Shouldn't their customers be worrying about whether or not they've been food poisoned?