For Some Of The Most Scenic Waterfront Dining In Nevada, Head To Mimi’ and Coco’ Bistro
Sometimes, you can find a little taste of the Mediterranean not far from home. For flavorful French and Mediterranean-inspired cuisines in a setting like no other, be sure to visit the Mimi’ & Coco’ Bistro in Henderson, Nevada. Here, you can sit at a patio table overlooking gently lapping waters and enjoy a moment that will feel like a well-deserved vacation for both your taste buds and senses alike. This city gem is definitely a winner!
Have you ever been to the Mimi’ & Coco’ Bistro in Henderson? If so, would you agree that it is among the best waterfront dining in Nevada? What did you order? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
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Where can we find other great restaurants in Nevada?
- The Cactus Creek Prime Steakhouse in Reno is a multiple "Best of Nevada" award-winning restaurant that is known far and wide.
- Red’s Old 395 Grill in Carson City is popular for its crazy décor and delicious barbecue entrees.
- Michael's Gourmet Room in Las Vegas is recognized for serving up the finest gourmet cuisine.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other fantastic restaurants in Nevada.
Where can we find animal attractions in Nevada?
- The Lion Habitat Ranch in Henderson is an exotic animal sanctuary that has not only lions but giraffes that you can feed as well.
- The Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary in Las Vegas is home to a wide array of turtles, birds, pigs, rabbits, and more.
- The Animal Ark in Reno cares for bears cheetahs, birds, wolves, and other animals that can't be released back into the wild.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other fascinating animal attractions in Nevada.
Where can we find ghost towns in Nevada?
- Hamilton in White Pine County was a big-scale silver production town back in the mid to late 1800s.
- Rhyolite in Nye County went bust in 1907 but still has several historic structures in town that are available to tour.
- Gold Point in Esmeralda County was originally called Hornsilver and today still possesses several original and restored buildings that tell the town’s story.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other interesting ghost towns in Nevada.