In light of the tragic event on Sunday, October 1st, the eat. crew will be volunteering their time for this event, and all proceeds of ticket sales will be donated to the Las Vegas Victims …Read More →
We are proud to announce that we just expanded to Summerlin Proper!
Thank you for the love to help us grow and share more Good Food For Good People!Read More →
Restaurateur-Chef Natalie Young is a highlight of the success of the Downtown Project, owing nothing to luck.
Her newest restaurant, Chow, is a testament to her unfailing work ethic, employee loyalty, and her ability to pursue …Read More →
Serving classics with a modern twist, everything on Eat’s menu is made with fresh, locally sourced, ingredients, opting for organic whenever possible. Order dishes like the Huevos Motulenos, Truffled Egg Sandwich, Black Bean Veggie Chili, …Read More →
Don’t be fooled by Downtown’s old rap. This part of town is getting seriously gourmet, seriously hip and still maintaining its “local Vegas life” feel. We’ve compiled a list of the best places to enjoy …Read More →
When we heard that Anthony Bourdain had filmed and eaten at Eat, we had to check it out. After all, if it’s good enough for Bourdain, it certainly is good enough for us! Eat is …Read More →
Interview: Breakout Restaurateur Natalie Young On How The Downtown Project Made Her Small-Business Dreams A Reality
If you’ve watched even ten seconds of TV this year, you’ve likely seen Natalie Young. An award-winning Las Vegas chef and flourishing restaurant owner, Young has become one of the key faces of American …Read More →
First things first: no, Las Vegas doesn’t begin and end with its infamous Strip. Enticing, casino-packed, and neon-lit as it may be, the Strip is only one part of this city’s urban buzz. And for …Read More →
“I look around at everything I have now and it seems absolutely unbelievable.” When Natalie Young says those words near the end of the American Express commercial first broadcast during February’s Academy Awards, you …Read More →
For hungry Las Vegans who can’t get enough to eat at Eat, Chef Natalie Young is putting a new entrée on the downtown restaurant menu: a nighttime concept called Chow.
“I really enjoy the creative aspect …Read More →