RESTAURANT REPORT

A-Ri-Rang Korea House BBQ & Restaurant, 953 E. Sahara Ave., received 26 demerits Dec. 17. Violations included raw beef and raw chicken stored above ready-to-eat vegetables in walk-in cooler. GRADE: C

Cantina Mexican Restaurant, Tuscany, 255 E. Flamingo Road, received 20 demerits Dec. 18. Violations included fish and veal thawing in standing water in two-basin sink. GRADE: B

Inn Zone Craig lounge, 4725 E. Craig Road, received 38 demerits Dec. 17. Violations included hot dogs, sauerkraut and beans served from household equipment without permit. GRADE: C

Inn Zone Desert Inn bar, 2542 E. Desert Inn Road, received 19 demerits Dec. 18. Violations included fruit flies in several bottles of liquor. GRADE: B

Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches, 5463 S. Rainbow Blvd., received 15 demerits Dec. 18. Violations included employees’ uncovered beverages stored on food prep surfaces. GRADE: B

Khoury Mediterranean Restaurant, 6115 S. Fort Apache Road, received 19 demerits Dec. 18. Violations included dishwasher loaded a cutting board used for raw chicken into the dishwasher then put clean plates away without washing hands. GRADE: B

L&L Hawaiian Barbecue, 687 N. Stephanie St., Henderson, received 22 demerits Dec. 20. Violations included food handlers changing tasks without changing gloves or following proper hand-washing techniques. GRADE: C

Paradise Pizza, 2275 E. Sunset Road, received 20 demerits Dec. 18. Violations included no prepared sanitizer solution found in facility. GRADE: B

Rachel’s Kitchen, 3645 S. Town Center Drive, received 35 demerits Dec. 17. Violations included bread pudding, hamburger meat, raw chicken, milk and orange juice maintained at improper temperatures. GRADE: C

Tony Roma’s restaurant, 555 N. Stephanie St., Henderson, received 31 demerits Dec. 18. Violations included pork ribs found thawing in standing water in prep sink. GRADE: C

The following restaurants have been reinspected:

Desert Bakery, 4255 Dean Martin Drive, received 20 demerits Dec. 17 and was downgraded to a C because of repeat critical violations.

Fazoli’s, 1290 W. Warm Springs Road, Henderson, received three demerits Dec. 19 and was upgraded to an A.

Flomar Bakery, 1083 E. Tropicana Ave., received 10 demerits Dec. 17 and was upgraded to an A.

Ilopango Restaurant, 3430 E. Tropicana Ave., received one demerit Dec. 17 and was upgraded to an A.

Instant Replay Sports Pub & Grill restaurant, 2940 S. Durango Drive, received eight demerits Dec. 14 and was upgraded to an A.

KFC, 9360 W. Sahara Ave., received seven demerits Dec. 19 and was upgraded to an A.

Lucky’s Tavern, 8025 Dean Martin Drive, received two demerits Dec. 18 and was upgraded to an A.

McDonald’s, 5200 S. Fort Apache Road, received four demerits Dec. 14 and was upgraded to an A.

Pannee’s Thai House, 722 W. Sunset Road, Henderson, received seven demerits Dec. 19 and was upgraded to an A.

Pizza Mania Pizzeria, MonteLago Village, 10 Via Bel Canto, Henderson, received one demerit Dec. 18 and was upgraded to an A.

Woody’s Chicago Style, 440 Marks Street, Henderson, received one demerit Dec. 13 and was upgraded to an A.

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