Restaurateur Todd Denny noticed that there weren’t a lot of dining options in town for people who wanted something with a Caribbean flair.
It is a tough time for restaurants — as for many businesses — with some closing their doors mere months after opening. Yet others have managed to survive 10, 20, even 50 years on Las Vegas’ volatile dining scene. What are thei secrets of survival?
Abyssinia Restaurant, 4780 W. Tropicana Ave., received 16 demerits Oct. 5. Violations included open food product in dry storage area. GRADE: B.
Asian Seafood Market restaurant, 8826 S. Eastern Ave., received 20 demerits Sept. 28. Violations included prep room infested with roaches. GRADE: B.
High-fructose corn syrup has gotten a bad reputation from people linking it to obesity and diabetes. But the link is more of a faulty assumption, some dietitians say,