New York magazine gave Bobo restaurant top marks and called it a "frenetically voguish … triumph of style over substance."
And apparently, safety.
DNAinfo reports health inspectors hit the chic West Village restaurant Bobo with 62 health violation points on Saturday, forcing it to close.
The Health Department found flies, evidence of mice and improperly washed surfaces that come in contact with food at the 181 W. 10th St. restaurant, according to the city’s website.
Bobo received a warning from the Health Department earlier this summer, when it racked up 38 violation points in a June 4 inspection, earning it a C grade.
Inspectors cited the eatery at the time for evidence of mice and cold foods being kept at temperatures that were too high.