RESTAURANT REPORT

Bighorn Casino bar, 3016 E. Lake Mead Blvd., North Las Vegas, received 14 demerits Nov. 14. Violations included whipped cream held at room temperature. GRADE: B

Bighorn Casino restaurant, 3016 E. Lake Mead Blvd., North Las Vegas, received 20 demerits Nov. 14. Violations included black growth on inside of ice machine. GRADE: B

Caribe Bar, Cancun Resorts, 8335 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received 14 demerits Nov. 14. Violations included no towels available at hand sink. GRADE: B

Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Palms, 4321 W. Flamingo Road, received 19 demerits Nov. 10. Violations included cartons of juice past their expiration date. GRADE: B

Dairy Queen, 7920 W. Tropical Parkway, received 16 demerits Nov. 14. Violations included ice scoops stored on dusty tray. GRADE: B

Fiesta Oaxaquena, 4734 E. Flamingo Road, received 20 demerits Nov. 14. Violations included inadequate thermometer used at prep cooler. GRADE: B

Great Wall Restaurant, 2202 W. Charleston Blvd., received 20 demerits Nov. 13. Violations included uncovered beef and other food items in the refrigerator. GRADE: B

Jpop Sushi Bar & Lounge service bar, Mandalay Bay, 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received 25 demerits Nov. 10. Violations included one food handler observed not following proper hand-washing procedures. GRADE: C

Little Caesars Pizza, 7785 N. Durango Drive, received 14 demerits Nov. 10. Violations included no sanitizer bucket in prep area. GRADE: B

McDonald’s, 6480 S. Durango Drive, received 14 demerits Nov. 14. Violations included one employee with an expired health card. GRADE: B

NG BBQ Noodle Restaurant, 3210 S. Decatur Blvd., received 18 demerits Nov. 10. Violations included dish machine not sanitizing. GRADE: B

Pad Thai Restaurant, 850 S. Rancho Drive, received 20 demerits Nov. 14. Violations included refrigerator not maintaining proper temperature. GRADE: B

Papa John’s Pizza, 1010 E. Desert Inn Road, received 16 demerits Nov. 10. Violations included scoop handle lying in flour. GRADE: B

Pho support kitchen, Treasure Island, 3300 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received 25 demerits Nov. 13. Violations included two large plastic food containers improperly cooling in melted ice. GRADE: C

Port of Subs, 10120 W. Flamingo Road, received 26 demerits Nov. 14. Violations included cut lettuce in make table wilted, discolored, slimy and dried up. GRADE: C

Sofia’s Pizza, 955 W. Craig Road, received 14 demerits Nov. 12. Violations included hand sinks missing soap. GRADE: B

Stratosphere prep kitchen, 2000 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received 18 demerits Nov. 10. Violations included personal food and items not stored properly. GRADE: B

Sunville Bakery, 4053 Spring Mountain Road, received 13 demerits Nov. 10. Violations included dirty equipment. GRADE: B

TGI Friday’s, Sam’s Town, 5111 Boulder Highway, received 15 demerits Nov. 13. Violations included dirty dishes stored as clean. GRADE: B

The following restaurants have been reinspected:

Asia Buffet, 3049 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received seven demerits Nov. 6 and was upgraded to an A.

Asia Buffet buffet line, 3049 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received five demerits Nov. 6 and was upgraded to an A.

Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon restaurant, 3595 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received two demerits Nov. 7 and was upgraded to an A.

China Joe’s, 7231 S. Eastern Ave., received 21 demerits Nov. 12 and was downgraded to a C for repeat violations.

China King, 3175 N. Rainbow Blvd., received two demerits Nov. 5 and was upgraded to an A.

Del Taco, 150 N. Boulder Highway, Henderson, received four demerits Nov. 6 and was upgraded to an A.

Della Spiga Cafe, Forum Shops at Caesars, 3500 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received zero demerits Nov. 12 and was upgraded to an A.

Gilligan’s Hideaway, 2601 Atlantic St., received seven demerits Nov. 10 and was upgraded to an A.

Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant, 3987 Paradise Road, received nine demerits Nov. 6 and was upgraded to an A.

Grand China, 8450 W. Farm Road, received zero demerits Nov. 10 and was upgraded to an A.

Harbor Palace Seafood Restaurant cook line/wok, 4275 Spring Mountain Road, received eight demerits Nov. 13 and was upgraded to an A.

Harbor Palace Seafood Restaurant dim sum/prep area, 4275 Spring Mountain Road, received five demerits Nov. 13 and was upgraded to an A.

Hikari Japanese Steakhouse, 4175 S. Buffalo Drive, received nine demerits Nov. 7 and was upgraded to an A.

Ilopango Salvadorean Restaurant, 3430 E. Tropicana Ave., received 10 demerits Nov. 13 and was upgraded to an A.

Jack in the Box, 3821 E. Craig Road, received two demerits Nov. 4 and was upgraded to an A.

La Cage service bar, Riviera, 2901 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received eight demerits Nov. 12 and was upgraded to an A.

La Sirena Mexican Seafood Restaurant, 2327 S. Eastern Ave., received six demerits Nov. 6 and was upgraded to an A.

Little Dumpling, 180 S. Stephanie St., Henderson, received four demerits Nov. 5 and was upgraded to an A.

Master Donuts, 2300 E. Desert Inn Road, received three demerits Nov. 10 and was upgraded to an A.

Moe’s Southwest Grill, McCarran International Airport, 5757 Wayne Newton Blvd., received one demerit Oct. 28 and was upgraded to an A.

Money Plays Bar, 4755 W. Flamingo Road, received 10 demerits Nov. 13 and was upgraded to an A.

Noodle Palace Restaurant, 5115 Spring Mountain Road, received six demerits Nov. 17 and was upgraded to an A.

Omelet House/50’s Diner, 3050 E. Desert Inn Road, received seven demerits Nov. 13 and was upgraded to an A.

Pancit-Adobo Restaurant, 3275 W. Ann Road, North Las Vegas, received two demerits Nov. 6 and was upgraded to an A.

Paradise Coffee Cart, Las Vegas Convention Center, 3150 Paradise Road, received zero demerits Nov. 3 and was upgraded to an A.

Rio lobby theater bar, 3700 W. Flamingo Road, received one demerit Nov. 5 and was upgraded to an A.

Ristorante Italiano, Riviera, 2901 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received 25 demerits Nov. 12 and was closed for repeat violations. The facility was reinspected Nov. 13, received six demerits, and was upgraded to an A.

Rosati’s Pizza, 3370 S. Hualapai Way, received eight demerits Nov. 6 and was upgraded to an A.

Rosy’s Saloon, 2300 E. Desert Inn Road, received six demerits Nov. 12 and was upgraded to an A.

Rosy’s Saloon kitchen, 2300 E. Desert Inn Road, received one demerit Nov. 12 and was upgraded to an A.

Seattle’s Best Coffee, Suncoast, 9090 W. Alta Drive, received four demerits Nov. 12 and was upgraded to an A.

Shuck’s Tavern restaurant, 9338 W. Flamingo Road, received 10 demerits Nov. 12 and was upgraded to an A.

Sonic Drive-In, 6455 W. Sahara Ave., received seven demerits Nov. 7 and was upgraded to an A.

Sushi Bar Sage sushi bar, 4408 N. Rancho Drive, received four demerits Nov. 3 and was upgraded to an A.

Sushi Bar Sage Restaurant, 4408 N. Rancho Drive, received three demerits Nov. 3 and was upgraded to an A.

The Venetian casino service bar No. 2, 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received nine demerits Nov. 12 and was downgraded to a C for repeat violations.

Yama Sushi restaurant, 1350 E. Flamingo Road, received five demerits Nov. 10 and was upgraded to an A.

Yummy Grill & Sushi sushi bar, 560 Marks St., Henderson, received zero demerits Nov. 7 and was upgraded to an A.

Yummy Grill & Sushi restaurant, 560 Marks St., Henderson, received three demerits Nov. 7 and was upgraded to an A.

Yunnan Garden, 3934 Schiff Drive, received five demerits Nov. 7 and was upgraded to an A.

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