The Las Vegas Review-Journal Restaurant Inspection Guide is a map of all food-service permits issued by the Southern Nevada Health District in Clark County. To learn the current grade of a specific permit-holder, fill in the name in the first box; you also can search for those holding A, B or C grades by using the second box, or those with specific violations by using the third box. To learn the name of a permit holder represented by a dot on the map, hover over the dot; for grade and other information, click. The information will be updated every two weeks.
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Las Vegas may be better known for its sinful ways, but something heavenly just entered its atmosphere.
Walking into Siegel’s 1941 inside the El Cortez is a bit like taking a tasty trip back in time.
The Oyster Bar at Santa Fe Station offers a refreshing change from the usual casino fare, with a spotlight on oysters on the half shell.
Think dinner and dancing are a thing of Las Vegas' past? Think again. Dancing is on the menu almost every night at the Portuguese restaurant Vila Algarve, 6120 W. Tropicana Ave, Suites A11 and A12.
If you're looking to shake up your weekly sports bar routine, or you're just getting a little tired of burgers and chicken wings, Nacho Daddy's westside location could be your new favorite spot.
Witches and wizards, grab your wands and start practicing spells, because a Harry Potter-inspired coffee shop has opened its doors in Henderson.
Landry's Inc. said it is notifying payment card holders affected by a point-of-sale data breach during three periods from May 2014 through December.
We can tell Killer Shrimp's signature dish originated in a home kitchen.
Soul/Southern food has been in a waxing-and-waning situation in Southern Nevada for years, with some places opening to great fanfare but a brief future, others sort of sliding in and out of the market, and even established restaurants falling by the wayside in tough economic times. Through it all, M&M Soul Food Cafe has endured.