Apache Joe’s Bar & Grill restaurant, 5020 Broadbent Blvd., received 17 demerits Nov. 9. Violations included beef and chicken not thawed properly. GRADE: B
Sometimes it seems that restaurants keep getting more open and, consequently, noisier. No wonder Barbara Davis is looking for those with cozy, intimate spaces.
The new Hard Rock Cafe on the Strip is like the old off-Strip location on steroids.
Abyssinia Restaurant and Market, 4780 W. Tropicana Ave., received 36 demerits Nov. 5. Violations included hand sink blocked by onions and sanitizer bucket in hand sink. GRADE: C
What did you say? Come again? I’m sorry, but I can’t hear you over the clatter in this restaurant.
Bear’s Best Las Vegas, 11111 W. Flamingo Road, received 17 demerits Oct. 26. Violations included uncovered salads and condiments. GRADE: B
Mexican chorizo? Easy to find at just about any supermarket in town. Spanish cured chorizo? Not so much. But readers have local sources for Karen Clark.
Maurice Valency’s adaptation of Jean Giraudoux’s 1948 “The Madwoman of Chaillot” is one funny play, and that’s why it’s so painful to be so bored by the College of Southern Nevada’s production.
If you’re assembling a bar for holiday entertaining there’s one thing you need to remember, whether the event is a brunch, potluck, formal dinner party or raucous kegger in celebration of Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Boxing Day, Kwanzaa, New Year’s Eve or Twelfth Night: