Natalie Young, former chef for P.J. Clarke, has opened her Downtown Project-funded breakfast and lunch spot.
Brock Radke, the Las Vegas Weekly's restaurant reviewer, rates Eat as No. 17 on his list of the top 20 most important restaurants in Las Vegas — possibly because of its potential effect on city's downtown.
Here's what Radke says: "Can a comfy breakfast-and-lunchery bring Las Vegans to a neighborhood they’ve ignored for decades, just for a tasty meal? Will the Zappos/Downtown Project business plan produce success? Can a veteran casino chef find satisfaction doing her own thing in her own place? Eat is in the process of answering all these questions. Pretty important stuff."
- Cuisine: American, Sandwiches, Breakfast, Vegetarian
- Price range: $$
- Attire: Casual
- Credit cards accepted: Yes
- Kids menu: No
- Gaming: No
- Waiter service: Yes
- Serves alcohol: No
- Drive thru: No
- Reservations accepted: No
- Delivery: No
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