Din­ing Ad­ven­ture

Wynn Magazine - - FOOD FOR THOUGHT - By Jen­nifer Leuzzi

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.

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