Vegas Stripped: Chow creator gives ‘no excuses’ — VIDEO
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 one of many creative concepts.
Check out the video on the Las Vegas Review Journal.
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Hi Chef Natalie
In from Boston and read about your restaurant and tried it for breakfast this morning. Besides impeccable service from the staff the breakfast was fantastic. I tried a shirt stack if pancakes and they were the best I ever had .
My 92 year old father moved in with us in Boston when mg mom passed. He loves pancakes. Too far for him to travel but I was hoping you could provide me the brand name of the pancake Mix that I may be able to source it in Boston
Thanks and keep up the great work
Be back many times