This here is Sin City Wrap, a weekly recap of notable Las Vegas goings on from Eater Vegas.
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THE STRIP— Back in April, Eater Vegas reported the New York-based temple of elevated Italian-American fare, Carbone, would be headed to Aria. This week, the hotel confirmed that it is indeed importing the red sauce mecca to its second-floor promenade next to Jean Georges Steakhouse and Michael Mina's Bardot Brasserie.
WESTSIDE— Yet another restaurant was shut down by the Southern Nevada Health District. This time, it was Leone Café, which was closed down after a routine inspection on May 11 for failing to have hot or potable water. The restaurant also collected 47 demerits for spoiled food, staff not washing their hands, food unprotected from potential contamination, inaccurate thermometers, and more. Gross.
DOWNTOWN— Former executive chef of the now shuttered Comme Ça, Daniel Ontiveros, is taking his talents to the upcoming American fusion restaurant on Fremont East, Therapy. The restaurant is slated to open mid-June.