Choosing the right moniker for a restaurant is important. A good name embodies the characteristics of the experience, giving diners an immediate sense of what to expect. A great name is alluring, memorable—and easy to find on Google. in 2012, Steve Wynn needed a name for a new restaurant with four Japanese cuisines, including a sushi bar and teppanyaki grill, improbably situated next to a waterfall and
At Mizumi, four distinctly diferent experiences await discriminating diners.
Japanese garden in the desert. in Japanese, “mizu” means water, and “umi” is beach. Mizu umi means lake. it is also a very popular name for females in Japan, giving it a feminine quality. Mizumi, they decided, was the perfect name for a captivating restaurant with many different facets to her personality. At Mizumi, executive Chef Devin Hashimoto offers infinite possibilities for you to curate your dining experience as you wish, even if your wish is to not choose.
from top: Mizumi executive Chef devin Hashimoto; the main dining room at Mizumi.