The Downtown Success Story: Natalie Young

by | Jan 21, 2015 | Downtown Project | 2 comments

natalie_young_by_jon_estrada_WEB-630x952A little more than two years ago, Natalie Young was leaving Las Vegas for Santa Fe, New Mexico, when a chance encounter with Tony Hsieh ended with $225,000 in her pocket to start her own restaurant. Today, Eat, her breakfast and lunch spot on Carson Avenue, is bustling with locals and tourists eager for a bite of her eclectic comfort food. This summer, she’ll expand her Downtown reach by opening Chow, the area’s first Chinese restaurant. –

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