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Monty Q’s is back in business!

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Monty Q’s is back!

The popular Montague Street pizzeria, which was was shut down by the Health Department on Monday for a second time in three years, reopened on Thursday.

The reopening means that owners have cleaned up their act after a Health Department inspection earlier in the week found evidence of mice and roaches, as well as improper storage of food — similar violations as the last time.

Health inspectors grade restaurants on a point scale based on cleanliness. Like golf, lower is better — zero-13 earns an eatery an A, 14-27 a B, and anything above 28 a C.

Monty Q’s had received a 50, more than double its previous score from January.

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Reasonable discourse

Stacey from Downtown says:
Still won't order from there again.
Oct. 8, 2010, 7:10 pm

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