A restaurant within a licensed gaming property may reopen in Phase One of Governor Sisolak’s “Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery” if the following requirements are met:

The restaurant complies with the requirements set forth on page 8 of the industry-specific guidance for food establishments, published by the Governor’s Office, found here.

The gaming licensee must confirm with the Gaming Control Board whether there is a separate entrance for the restaurant, apart from any entrance to the restaurant off the gaming floor. If there is not a separate entrance for the restaurant, the licensee must articulate to the Board how it will ensure that patrons are only able to enter the restaurant from inside the property without traversing the gaming floor.

If there is no restroom inside the restaurant, the licensee must articulate to the Board how it will ensure that patrons may enter restrooms outside of the restaurant without traversing the gaming floor.

The licensee must confirm that it will comply with any directives or orders issued by its county commission or health district that enact more restrictive measures on reopening.

If a licensee wishes to open a restaurant pursuant to these restrictions in a county with a population of 100,000 or more, the licensee must provide the Board with a plan by which it will prevent customers from congregating outside of the restaurant prior to entry.

Any confirmations required by the Board must be sent to Ops@gcb.nv.gov prior to any restaurant reopening. The Board will be enforcing these health and safety requirements on any licensee that decides partially open a restaurant, and these restrictions are subject to change based on new data related to the spread of COVID-19.