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Chef and Tell with Mary Nguyen of Parallel 17

12 years ago by Lori Midson
"Food is the one thing that I grew up knowing would bring family and friends together, soothe wounds and mend hearts as well as improve any party or celebration," says Mary Nguyen, chef-owner of the Vietnamese-French bistro Parallel 17. "I entered this profession because it's the way I express my...
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Olive & Finch is anything but an add-on to Mary Nguyen's lineup

7 years ago by Gretchen Kurtz
The restaurants I reviewed over the past two weeks both had names featuring an ampersand: Work & Class and Chai & Chai. For the hat trick -- that's for all you soccer fans out there -- I'm about to review one more: Olive & Finch, Mary Nguyen's fast-casual eatery that's...
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Chef Mary Nguyen Is Closing P17 to Focus on Growth of Olive & Finch

5 years ago by Mark Antonation
Chef/restaurateur Mary Nguyen has ushered P17 through eleven years and a theme change (from what was once Parallel 17) in the Uptown neighborhood, helping the eatery evolve to meet the dining needs of guests. In 2013, she opened Olive & Finch just a scone's throw away to provide a more...
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Chef Mary Nguyen on Cheese, Cherry Creek and Expanding Olive & Finch

5 years ago by Gretchen Kurtz
Mary Nguyen is no stranger to tough decisions. After pursuing a career in finance, she woke up one day and realized it wasn’t for her. “I found myself spending more time reading books about food and downloading recipes off the Internet than learning about the financial markets,” she says, “so...
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Exclusive first look: Mary Nguyen opens P17, a neighborhood bistro

7 years ago by Lori Midson
When you travel around the world and devote the majority of your time to eating in restaurants, you take note of what you love, which sometimes turns into a wistfulness of what you wish you had at home: a neighborhood bistro, for example. That's what happened with Mary Nguyen, chef-owner...
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First peek: Behold Mary Nguyen's Street Kitchen Asian Bistro

11 years ago by Lori Midson
Street Kitchen Asian Bistro, the first brick-and-mortar to open in the Vallagio at Inverness (Russo's Kitchen + Tavern and a second Marco's Coal-Fired Pizzeria will open in the same development in February), is Mary Nguyen's second restaurant (her first is Parallel Seventeen in Uptown), but just two days after opening...
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Part two: Chef and Tell with Mary Nguyen of Parallel 17

12 years ago by Lori Midson
This is part two of Lori Midson's interview with Mary Nguyen, exec chef of Parallel 17. You can read part one of Midson's interview with Nguyen here. Most embarrassing moment in the kitchen: Before I started cooking, I worked in finance. When I was just starting out in this industry,...
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Olive & Finch, a new restaurant from Mary Nguyen, will open on 17th Avenue in October

8 years ago by Lori Midson
Come October, Mary Nguyen, chef-owner of Parallel Seventeen and Street Kitchen Asian Bistro, will unleash a third restaurant: Olive & Finch Eatery, Bakery & Market will open at 1552 East 17th Avenue, just two doors down from Parallel Seventeen, Nguyen's Vietnamese bistro -- but the new spot won't be an...
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Parallel Seventeen owner and chef, Mary Nguyen, opening Street Kitchen Asian Bistro in the Vallagio at Inverness

11 years ago by Lori Midson
I love my job, and when I talk to chefs and restaurateurs -- people like Mary Nguyen, for example -- I love my job even more. Nguyen, the chef/owner of Parallel Seventeen, the cosmopolitan French-Vietnamese restaurant at 1600 East Seventeenth Avenue, is opening Street Kitchen Asian Bistro in October, a...

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