Architecture fans looking to encounter a piece of mimetic design need to head out to the corner of Rainbow and Sahara and the hard-to-miss McDonald's with the really, really big fries.
Mimetic architecture is the craft of creating an exterior design to accurately reflect the interior wares. In this case, one corner of this independently owned McDonald's is dominated by a monster-sized rendition of a milkshake and fries. Sadly, the innovative look only extends to the outside.
McDonald's can be found in more than 100 Las Vegas locations and operates its own website to help customers stay connected to what they call McNevada.