New Yorkers are no doubt dutifully following the mayor's advice and eschewing eateries without perfect A grades and one Harlem eatery won't sit idly by and see their patronage drop. Astor Row Cafe, located on Lenox Avenue at 130th Street, found a way to both disguise their B grading while simultaneously advertising their Sunday brunch.

It's not uncommon for restaurants to camouflage their less-than-perfect grades but this one-two "hidden promotion" takes the prize for most creative law bending. Guess we know where they stand on the greatest debate of our time.

[Daily News via Atlantic Cities]