This Uncharted Restaurant In Nevada Is So Worth The Trek

If you’re looking for a spot in Nevada that’s small and out of the way, it’s definitely the town of Pioche. Back in the 1800’s this town had about 8,000 residents but today the population is only 1/8th of that. The town is known as a bit of a ghost town because of the remains that you can still see of mining equipment and a tramway that still has cables running across the town. There’s a little gem of a restaurant here that can’t be beat and is definitely worth the drive out to Pioche!

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