Downtown Las Vegas

Chef Natalie Young's "Chinese and chicken joint" is closing its doors, but its kitchen is staying busy.

Chow down, but not out

September 19th, 2017

Chef Natalie Young's "Chinese and chicken joint" is closing its doors, but its kitchen is staying busy.

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