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Clark County Revokes Fat Tuesday’s Business License at Casino Royale

Plus Three Square opens another food distribution site

Six daiquiris in yellow, green, blue, orange, and red
Daiquiris at Fat Tuesday
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CASINO ROYALE — Clark County suspended the business license at one of the locations of Fat Tuesday, the frozen alcoholic drink stand known for its yard-long containers, on Sunday. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the county issued an emergency license suspension for the location at Casino Royale for violating Gov. Steve Sisolak’s July 10 emergency directive that reclosed bars to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Clark County spokesman Dan Kulin tells the paper that Fat Tuesday is not allowed to be open since it does not offer a “restaurant-type setting to serve alcohol in conjunction with food.” Once bars are allowed to reopen, the business license will be reinstated. A video shot by the paper shows a long line of people waiting to order from the walk-up bar on September 5. [LVRJ]

FIESTA HENDERSON — Three Square Food Bank opened a new food distribution site at the temporarily closed resort. The drive-thru site opens every Thursday at 8 a.m. and remains open while supplies last. Those in need of food can remain in their vehicles to maintain safe social distancing and volunteers load the food in the trunk. [EaterWire]

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