Vegas Reborn: The Revitalization of Downtown Las Vegas

by | Jul 27, 2015 | Downtown Project | 0 comments

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 those looking to explore a different side of Sin City, there’s never been a better time to visit.

Take Downtown Las Vegas. Found northeast of the Strip, the area is host to a flourishing Arts District, has seen the launch of many leading restaurants, and has established itself as a new cultural nexus in Vegas. And then there’s the North Strip, which, after years of being considered a veritable no-man’s-land, is seeing new stirrings of life. Once you’ve clocked in the requisite time seeing the Strip’s sights, then, be sure to veer off the main path. There’s a whole different side of Vegas to see.

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Welcome to Chef Natalie town!

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 of opening restaurants…I love designing the space and the menu,...

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Vegas Reborn: The Revitalization of Downtown Las Vegas

by | Jul 27, 2015 | Downtown Project | 0 comments

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 Express’ “Journey Never Stops” spots, which highlight individuals who have defeated underdog odds to achieve triumph in their respective careers and professions. Alongside such esteemed luminaries as Aretha Franklin, Mindy Kaling, and GoPro founder Nick Woodman, it is Young’s success story that has resonated deepest of all.

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Welcome to Chef Natalie town!

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 of opening restaurants…I love designing the space and the menu,...

follow chef nat on facebook

visit her restaurants

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