RESTAURANT REPORT

Annie’s Kitchen, 1212 D St., received 20 demerits July 24. Violations included portable outdoor refrigerator inoperable with contents being cooled using ice. GRADE: B

Applebee’s, 4605 W. Charleston Blvd., received 19 demerits July 23. Violations included leak from ceiling air conditioner dripping onto single-service to-go items, soda dispenser and ice storage bin. GRADE: B

Boston Pizza, 1507 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received 20 demerits July 26. Violations included diced and sliced ham, cheese, tuna and mayonnaise maintained at improper temperature in deli reach-in cooler. GRADE: B

Burger King, 1050 Nevada Highway, Boulder City, received 18 demerits July 25. Violations included no hot water at three-compartment sink and no warm water at either hand sink. GRADE: Closed because of substantial health hazard.

Cafe Modena La Pizzeria, 1725 E. Warm Springs Road, received 33 demerits July 25. Violations included an accumulation of black mold and slime on all soda nozzles. GRADE: C

Cafe Verdi West, 3111 S. Valley View Blvd., received 40 demerits July 27. Violations included a can of pesticide stored next to kitchenware on shelf. GRADE: C

China A Go Go VI, 10140 W. Tropicana Ave., received 20 demerits July 26. Violations included food handler sneezed into hand and continued working without washing hands. GRADE: B

Cozymel’s Coastal Mexican Grill prep kitchen, 355 Hughes Center Drive, received 38 demerits July 24. Violations included frozen calamari being thawed at room temperature. GRADE: C

Dairy Queen, 2607 Windmill Parkway, Henderson, received 28 demerits July 27. Violations included kitchenware being rinsed in floor sink and clean kitchenware stored in dirty milk crate. GRADE: C

Del Taco, 898 S. Boulder Highway, Henderson, received 36 demerits July 23. Violations included an accumulation of moldlike substance on nozzles of both soda machines and interior of ice machine. GRADE: C

Einstein Bros. Bagels, 7541 W. Lake Mead Blvd., received 15 demerits July 23. Violations included no sanitizer in three-compartment sink or on wiping cloths. GRADE: B

Hokaido Sushi restaurant, 6015 S. Fort Apache Road, received 13 demerits July 25. Violations included food items being stored on floor of walk-in freezer. GRADE: B

House of Blues Courtyard restaurant, Mandalay Bay, 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received 20 demerits July 27. Violations included employee cracking shelled eggs then handled ready-to-eat food items without washing hands. GRADE: B

Ichiza, 4355 Spring Mountain Road, received 39 demerits July 25. Violations included live cockroach observed on prep table. GRADE: C

JJ’s Snack Shack, 3333 W. Washington Ave., received 14 demerits July 26. Violations included ice machine rusted and in disrepair. GRADE: B

Jack in the Box, 6400 W. Charleston Blvd., received 29 demerits July 25. Violations included walk-in refrigerator not maintaining proper temperature. GRADE: C

KC’s Subs, 4225 E. Sahara Ave., received 18 demerits July 25. Violations included employees washing hands in three-compartment sink. GRADE: B

McDonald’s, 3625 S. Rainbow Blvd., received 31 demerits July 27. Violations included eggs stored beyond expiration date. GRADE: C

Nozomi restaurant, 2202 W. Charleston Blvd., received 35 demerits July 24. Violations included cups being used as scoops in bulk rice. GRADE: C

Nozomi sushi bar, 2202 W. Charleston Blvd., received 19 demerits July 24. Violations included employee handling raw meat then ready-to-eat items without washing hands. GRADE: B

Philly Steak Express, 523 Fremont St., received 11 demerits July 23. Violations included live cockroaches observed in grill area. GRADE: B

R&B Deli North, 3603 Las Vegas Blvd. North, received 19 demerits July 26. Violations included two reach-in coolers not maintaining proper temperature. GRADE: B

Roxy’s saloon, Sam’s Town, 5111 Boulder Highway, received 19 demerits July 23. Violations included fruit flies found in liquor bottles. GRADE: B

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse lounge, 3900 Paradise Road, received 37 demerits July 24. Violations included fruit being stored in dirty hand sink. GRADE: C

Shalom Hunan Chinese Cuisine, 4850 W. Flamingo Road, received 24 demerits July 25. Violations included only employee on duty did not speak English and did not have health card. GRADE: Closed, because no one available with a valid health card.

Sherwood Forest Cafe, Excalibur, 3850 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received 19 demerits July 25. Violations included employees’ personal beverages stored in reach-in coolers and on food prep surfaces. GRADE: B

Steve-O’s New York Pizza, 3131 N. Rancho Drive, received 14 demerits July 25. Violations included pizza prep table not maintaining proper temperature. GRADE: B

Suede buffet, Westin Casuarina, 160 E. Flamingo Road, received 17 demerits July 24. Violations included torn gaskets in reach-in cooler. GRADE: B

Sunset & Vines kiosk, MonteLago Village, 40 Costa Di Lago, Henderson, received 24 demerits July 28. Violations included no hand-washing facilities available. GRADE: Closed, because of substantial health hazard.

T-Bird Lounge restaurant, 9465 S. Eastern Ave., received 20 demerits July 26. Violations included several food items stored on floor in both walk-in cooler and freezer. GRADE: B

Tempo bar, Las Vegas Hilton, 3000 Paradise Road, received 16 demerits July 24. Violations included fruit flies found in liquor bottles. GRADE: B

Teriyaki House restaurant, 6181 S. Rainbow Blvd., received 12 demerits July 26. Violations included employees’ clothing and backpacks stored on food contact surfaces. GRADE: B

Villa Pizza, Green Valley Ranch, 2300 Paseo Verde Parkway, Henderson, received 14 demerits July 26. Violations included scoop handle buried in sugar. GRADE: C because of repeat critical violations.

ZeeBoo Barista restaurant, 5025 S. Fort Apache Road, received 19 demerits July 27. Violations included three gallons of milk stored beyond expiration dates. GRADE: B

The following restaurants have been reinspected:

Applebee’s, 10305 S. Eastern Ave., received three demerits July 18 and was upgraded to an A.

Bally’s casino bar, 3645 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received six demerits July 20 and was upgraded to an A.

BBQ King, 5650 Spring Mountain Road, received three demerits July 17 and was upgraded to an A.

Big Inning Sports Pizzeria, 7777 W. Sahara Ave., received seven demerits July 26 and was upgraded to an A.

Black Mountain Grill, 11021 S. Eastern Ave., received four demerits July 20 and was upgraded to an A.

Brando’s Pizzeria bar, 2973 Industrial Road, received two demerits July 18 and was upgraded to an A.

Brando’s Pizzeria restaurant, 2973 Industrial Road, received two demerits July 18 and was upgraded to an A.

Buca Di Beppo restaurant, 7690 W. Lake Mead Blvd., received three demerits July 19 and was upgraded to an A.

Cafe Honda, Shack Findlay, 933 Auto Show Drive, Henderson, received 10 demerits July 25 and was upgraded to an A.

Capitol Seafood Restaurant, 4215 Spring Mountain Road, received six demerits July 23 and was upgraded to an A.

Carlos Mexican Cafe, 561 Hotel Plaza, Boulder City, received eight demerits July 25 and was upgraded to an A.

Chapala’s Mexican Restaurant, 3331 E. Tropicana Ave., received one demerit July 20 and was upgraded to an A.

China Joe’s, 7231 S. Eastern Ave., received six demerits July 18 and was upgraded to an A.

Del Taco, 6311 Centennial Center Blvd., received two demerits July 24 and was upgraded to an A.

Del Taco, 550 Marks St., Henderson, received one demerit July 18 and was upgraded to an A.

Domino’s Pizza, 7591 N. Cimarron Road, received one demerit July 24 and was upgraded to an A.

Great Wall Chinese Restaurant, 2202 W. Charleston Blvd., received six demerits July 20 and was upgraded to an A.

IHOP, 2210 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received one demerit July 21 and was upgraded to an A.

KFC, 2711 Las Vegas Blvd. North, North Las Vegas, received four demerits July 23 and was upgraded to an A.

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, 9791 S. Eastern Ave., received four demerits July 24 and was upgraded to an A.

Long John Silver’s, 4966 Boulder Highway, received six demerits July 24 and was upgraded to an A.

Lucky Star Super Buffet kitchen, 617 Mall Ring Circle, Henderson, received 10 demerits July 23 and was upgraded to an A.

Mana’s Mexican and Nicaragua Restaurante, 1000 N. Nellis Blvd., received seven demerits July 26 and was upgraded to an A.

Mandalay Bay Convention Center snack bar No. 4, 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received zero demerits July 17 and was upgraded to an A.

McDonald’s, 3041 N. Rainbow Blvd., received two demerits July 17 and was upgraded to an A.

Nathan’s Famous, Grand Canal Shoppes Food Court, The Venetian, 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received one demerit July 19 and was upgraded to an A.

Nestle Tollhouse Cafe by Chip, Planet Hollywood Resort, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received two demerits July 17 and was upgraded to an A.

Nosh snack bar, Bally’s, 3645 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received five demerits July 18 and was upgraded to an A.

O’Aces Grill, 3003 N. Rainbow Blvd., received two demerits July 23 and was upgraded to an A.

Oyster Bay Seafood & Wine Cafe, Planet Hollywood Resort, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received six demerits July 23 and was upgraded to an A.

Pasta Mia West, 4455 W. Flamingo Road, received one demerit July 20 and was upgraded to an A.

Que Pasa Mexican Cafe, 4090 S. Eastern Ave., received five demerits July 25 and was upgraded to an A.

Rincon Catracho, 4110 S. Maryland Parkway, received one demerit July 19 and was upgraded to an A.

Sapporo restaurant, 9719 W. Flamingo Road, received two demerits July 16 and was upgraded to an A.

Sushi In Summerlin restaurant, 7450 W. Cheyenne Ave., received two demerits July 16 and was upgraded to an A.

Sushi Wa restaurant, 790 Coronado Center Drive, Henderson, received three demerits July 26 and was upgraded to an A.

Sushi Wa sushi bar, 790 Coronado Center Drive, Henderson, received six demerits July 26 and was upgraded to an A.

Taco Time, 4125 S. Eastern Ave., received 10 demerits July 23 and was upgraded to an A.

The Teriyaki Company, 719 N. Nellis Blvd., received four demerits July 24 and was upgraded to an A.

Wendy’s, 844 N. Rancho Drive., received two demerits July 20 and was upgraded to an A.

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