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The most stunning spot is certainly the private pagoda table on the restaurant’s back terrace that seems to float in the tranquil Tryst lagoon. It seats eight, and will definitely require a reservation. That’s not the only great seat in the house at Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas though. In-the-know diners also reserve indoor tables overlooking the lagoon for tranquil water views through floor-to-ceiling windows. For those who favor action over tranquility, just step up to the sushi bar (again, reserve your spot). And if you have an aspiring chef in the party who wants to see how the food is created, reserve a group dining spot in the teppan room to see how the chef produces these amazing dishes. Larger parties, and the few lucky children who visit Mizumi, especially enjoy those seats.