Restaurant Report

Bentley’s Coffee, 2840 E. Tropicana Ave., received 24 demerits Oct. 15. Violations included cooler not maintaining proper temperature. GRADE: C.

Bo Bo China, 8465 W. Sahara Ave., received 20 demerits Oct. 14. Violations included food stored in open metal cans. GRADE: B

China A Go Go, 75 S. Valle Verde Drive, Henderson, received 32 demerits Oct. 11. Violations included food held at improper temperatures. GRADE: C

Chop Chop Wok, 6812 W. Cheyenne Ave., received 19 demerits Oct. 12. Violations included no sanitizer at three-compartment sink. GRADE: B

King & I, 2904 Lake East Drive, received 20 demerits Oct. 11. Violations included chemicals not stored properly. GRADE: B

Little Dumpling Restaurant, 6430 Sky Pointe Drive, received 35 demerits Oct. 12. Violations included raw meat thawing in soiled three-compartment sink next to dirty dishes. GRADE: C

Marriott Courtyard Las Vegas Convention Center Bistro Bar, 3275 Paradise Road, received 31 demerits Oct. 12. Violations included expired milk. GRADE: C

Napoli Pizzeria, 1275 W. Warm Springs Road, Henderson, received 19 demerits Oct. 13. Violations included double stacking food items. GRADE: B

Pho Saigon 8, 5650 Spring Mountain Road, received 28 demerits Oct. 14. Violations included some coolers missing working thermometers. GRADE: C

Rambo’s Kitchen, 6085 S. Fort Apache Road, received 17 demerits Oct. 15. Violations included food thawing at room temperature. GRADE: B

Red Shrimp Co., 4060 S. Jones Blvd., received 15 demerits Oct. 14. Violations included employee drink stored improperly. GRADE: B

Roberto’s Taco Shop, 2810 Bicentennial Parkway, Henderson, received 20 demerits Oct. 13. Violations included low level of sanitizer solution in sanitizer bucket. GRADE: B

Taqueria Vallarta, 2333 E. Bonanza Road, received 24 demerits Oct. 15. Violations included cooked vegetables held at improper temperature. GRADE: C

The following restaurants have been reinspected:

Aloha Hawaiian BBQ, 6475 S. Pecos Road, received two demerits Oct. 12 and was upgraded to an A.

Aloha Specialties Restaurant, California Hotel, 12 E. Ogden Ave., received 10 demerits Oct. 13 and was downgraded to a C for repeat violations.

Cafe Rio Mexican Grill, 9002 W. Sahara Ave., received 22 demerits Oct. 11 and was downgraded to a C for repeat violations.

Cathay House Restaurant, 5300 Spring Mountain Road, received three demerits Oct. 11 and was upgraded to an A.

China Star kitchen, 4945 W. Tropicana Ave., received nine demerits Oct. 15 and was upgraded to an A.

Chopstix Express, 2625 S. Decatur Blvd., received four demerits Oct. 18 and was upgraded to an A.

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, 7430 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received five demerits Oct. 6 and was upgraded to an A.

Domino’s Pizza, 209 S. Stephanie St., Henderson, received six demerits Oct. 12 and was upgraded to an A.

Flamingo Las Vegas pavilion service bar, 3555 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received 10 demerits Oct. 11 and was downgraded to a C for repeat violations.

Goldilocks Bake Shop, 6584 N. Decatur Blvd., North Las Vegas, received 10 demerits Oct. 14 and was upgraded to an A.

Hot and Juicy Crawfish, 4810 Spring Mountain Road, received three demerits Oct. 6 and was upgraded to an A.

The Hush Puppy, 1820 N. Nellis Blvd., received eight demerits Oct. 12 and was upgraded to an A.

Inn Zone Desert Inn Bar, 2542 E. Desert Inn Road, received seven demerits Oct. 18 and was upgraded to an A.

Jasmine Express, 5546 Camino Al Norte, North Las Vegas, received seven demerits Oct. 8 and was upgraded to an A.

K.J. Kitchen Chinese Cuisine, 5960 Spring Mountain Road, received five demerits Oct. 12 and was upgraded to an A.

La Piazza Restaurant, Best Western Main Street Inn, 1000 N. Main St., received eight demerits Oct. 13 and was upgraded to an A.

Le Bar du Sport, Paris Las Vegas, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received two demerits Oct. 7 and was upgraded to an A.

Mariscos El Mariachi, 552 N. Eastern Ave., received one demerit Oct. 15 and was upgraded to an A.

Marlu Restaurant and Tavern, 4023 S. Maryland Parkway, received five demerits Oct. 15 and was upgraded to an A.

Metro Pizza prep kitchen, 1420 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway, Henderson, received two demerits Oct. 7 and was upgraded to an A.

Metro Pizza restaurant, 1420 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway, Henderson, received zero demerits Oct. 7 and was upgraded to an A.

Milano’s II, 2916 Lake East Drive, received two demerits Oct. 11 and was upgraded to an A.

Pancit-Adobo, 3275 W. Ann Road, North Las Vegas, received one demerit Oct. 12 and was upgraded to an A.

Pho Little Saigon, 9210 S. Eastern Ave., received two demerits Oct. 15 and was upgraded to an A.

Pollo Real restaurant, 621 N. Eastern Ave., received nine demerits Oct. 15 and was upgraded to an A.

Rosati’s Pizza, 3370 S. Hualapai Way, received one demerit Oct. 18 and was upgraded to an A.

Shan Dong Chinese Restaurant, 3419 S. Jones Blvd., received two demerits Oct. 11 and was upgraded to an A.

Sonrisa Grill restaurant, 30 Via Brianza, Henderson, received 17 demerits Oct. 15 and was downgraded to a C for repeat violations.

Sunset Pizzeria, 1550 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway, Henderson, received four demerits Oct. 15 and was upgraded to an A.

Tacos Mexico, 3820 W. Sahara Ave., received two demerits Oct. 6 and was upgraded to an A.

Thai Original BBQ Restaurant, 6820 W. Flamingo Road, received one demerit Oct. 14 and was upgraded to an A.

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