“They just made me feel like a little piece of meat,” he said.
“They made me look like an animal.
They didn’t do a good job of cleaning the place up, and they made me think that they were really, really cheap.
He said the restaurant didn’t have a kitchen, but he was forced to use the bathroom.
The owner, Paul J. Pichone, a construction contractor, also said he was not sure if he would be able to pay the rent for the space.
In a statement, the city said it is reviewing the incident and is “investigating the matter.”
Pichone said he plans to keep his business open, but that he would “never return to the Strip again.”