Maybe one of the best things about Vegas is that the city has no cuisine to call its own. That means the mix of personalities from across the nation bring with them sandwiches the country …Read More →
Downtown Las Vegas should flatter itself to believe that if it had a voice of its own, it would sound like Sabriel Hobart. The young singer-songwriter — who performs under her first name, …Read More →
Can a comfy breakfast-and-lunchery bring Las Vegans to a neighborhood they’ve ignored for decades? Will the Downtown Project business plan produce success? Can a veteran casino chef find satisfaction doing her own thing in …Read More →
Natalie Young was done with casino work.
But last year when she quit her job as executive chef for a major casino, she had no idea where she was going and she didn’t have another chef’s …Read More →
It contains not a cluck of chicken, but this new VegasChatter’er guarantees y’all that every truck stop and diner from Ada, Oklahoma to Zavalla, Texas serves — and claims their version as the best — …Read More →
I know not everyone is waiting with quite as much anticipation for the opening of chef Natalie Young’s Downtown Project-funded breakfast and lunch spot Eat (707 Carson St.), but I’m so excited I …Read More →
Construction is humming along at Eat, Natalie Young‘s much-anticipated breakfast and lunch spot coming to Downtown Las Vegas. The restaurant opening next month plans to serve “soulful” New American fare in an unpretentious, unconventional atmosphere, seven days …Read More →