April 24, 2018

Food Safety Violations Temporarily Close Eva Longoria’s Vegas Restaurant

Food safety violations triggered a temporary closure of actress Eva Longoria’s Las Vegas steakhouse, She by Morton’s, according to the Southern Nevada Health District. The restaurant was clsoed only briefly and is now open.

Restaurant Table SettingOn April 22, health inspectors visited the restaurant at 3720 Las Vegas Blvd., and found 32 food safety demerits including violations for food temperature violations during preparation, transport, display and holding.  On April 30, inspectors revisited the restaurant and found 21 demerits, some were again for food temperature violations. They ordered that the restaurant be closed until the problem was corrected.

When food is not held at the proper temperature, bacteria can multiply rapidly and cause illness if eaten. Restaurants and home cooks need to keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold. The restaurant was likely allowed to reopen after staff received training.

Longoria entered a partnership with Morton’s in 2012 to open SHe, a steakhouse geared toward women.

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