The Small Restaurant Hiding In The Middle Of A Nevada Ghost Town That’s So Worth The Journey

There’s a reason Highway 50 is lovingly referred to as the “Loneliest Highway in America”. Towns with actual populations are few and far between but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of hidden gems to be found along this lonesome highway. Along Highway 50 is the quaint town of Austin. It’s called a “living ghost town” since, technically, people still live here (192 of them, in fact). This rugged town is as remote as they come but it also happens to be home to a wonderful little restaurant known as the Toiyabe Cafe. As soon as you’ve eaten here once, you might just find yourself going out of your way in the future to eat here again!

Have you visited the Toiyabe Cafe? This place just proves that culinary gems are hiding all around us here in Nevada! Check out this list of 8 Secret Restaurants In Nevada That Are Unforgettable for more little-known eateries.

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