Many people are turning to veganism for a healthy lifestyle. However, because most of the world is non-vegan, it is hard to find restaurants or eating joints that fit the change of diet. While you could go to a grocery store and purchase vegan food, you do not get the full enjoyment of exploring different eateries, and during your drive around town, you will no doubt get hungry. Fortunately, a few places in Las Vegas serve specifically vegan dishes, and though they may be hard to find on your own, with the help of this article, you will not have to.
Because of its growing vegan population, finding an eatery in Las Vegas is reasonably easy. Whether it has vegan-vegetarian options or is a full-fledged vegan establishment, you are certain to find something for your appetite. Here is a list of the top ten vegan-serving restaurants in Las Vegas. Have another favorite you’d rather see? Let us know by leaving a comment.
One of the most popular vegan restaurants in Las Vegas, VegeNation has a tasty, healthy, eclectic food variety in the breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert departments. Some examples include the buffalo cauliflower, dumplings, veggie burgers, zero tuna sushi, and superfood porridge.
Their menu is completely plant-based (including their ice cream, meat, and cheeses) and the door to their casual, leafy storefront is open seven days a week.
In addition, if crowded venues are too much for you, you can easily order online and pick it up when it is ready.
Location: 618 E Carson Ave Ste 120 Las Vegas NV, 89101
Phone Number: (702)-366-8515.
Veggie House is a small, all-vegetarian restaurant that specializes in Asian cuisines, such as lotus root cake, veggie Mongolian beef, and spicy Kung Pao soy beef. While it does not classify itself as a vegan restaurant, almost everything on the menu fits the lifestyle, so you are almost certain to find a dish that you will enjoy, especially if you are a staunch Chinese food lover.
Veggie House even offers takeout and delivery services through their online ordering, so you do not have to venture out for a delicious, animal-free meal.
Location: 5115 Spring Mountain Rd 203, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Phone Number: (702)-431-5802
Violette’s Vegan Organic Café & Juice Bar
Violette’s Vegan Organic Café & Juice Bar is a great place to stop for a refreshing, café atmosphere. This elegant little restaurant has everything a vegan could dream of – delicious smoothies, bakery desserts, fresh organic salads, organic starters, wraps, organic entrees, and even its own juice bar.
Violette’s Vegan Organic Café & Juice bar is open daily, has an all-day menu, and offers online ordering pickup for patrons who do not want to dine-in.
Location: 8560 West Desert Inn Road Las Vegas, NV 89117
Phone Number: (702)-685-0466
While it is not strictly animal-free, Nacho Daddy provides a vegan menu and is a restaurant for both non-vegans and vegans alike. Some of its animal-free menu items include spicy burrito, vegan chick’n fajitas, loaded nachos, skinny dip, and others.
Location: Miracle Mile Shops 3663 S Las Vegas Blvd #595 Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone Number: (702) 462-5000
Simply Pure is a vegan restaurant created by Stacey Dougan, an internationally featured gourmet expert, raw foods chef, and nutritionist. The establishment serves not only vegan foods but also gluten-free and allergy-friendly options.
While it is completely vegan, the food here is so delicious and varied that even meat-eaters and selective palates will find a recipe they enjoy.
Phone Number: (702) 810-5641
A rarity in the vegan world, Panevino is an Italian restaurant that offers a plant-based lunch and dinner menu for vegans. It offers dishes like ricotta and spinach dumplings; grilled vegetable lasagna; and organic pesto and mushroom risotto. In place of a side of fries, vegan patrons enjoy a vegetable broth.
Location: 246 Via Antonio Avenue Las Vegas, NV 89119
Phone Number: (701) 222-2400
Because every restaurant at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore is required to offer vegan-dining options, SW Steakhouse has an animal-free menu, despite its red-meat reputation. Instead of steak on the menu, you will find black truffle risotto, roasted corn quinoa cakes, and vegetable protein meatballs.
This is an ideal place to dine at for vegans with carnivorous, steak-loving friends or family.
Location: 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone Number: (702) 770-3325
It is known that Thai restaurants typically offer many animal-free options; However, Komol has the most vegan-vegetarian friendly selections available in Las Vegas. The establishment serves family-based recipes that are MSG-free, and every dish may be prepared mild, medium, hot, or Thai hot according to your preference.
Location: 953 E Sahara Ave E-10, Las Vegas, NV 89104
Phone Number: (702) 731-6542
For dessert, you can make your way to the VeganBites Bakery, where they offer dozens of vegan-friendly, gluten-free, and allergy-friendly options. Enjoy their Baklava, key lime cheesecake, truffles, confectionaries, chocolate candies, or other great selections.
None of their items is made with eggs, chemicals, dairy, artificial sweeteners, or additives, and the bakery even substitutes organic coconut palm sugar instead of cane sugar.
Location: 8876 S Eastern Ave #101, Las Vegas, NV 89123
Phone Number: (702) 487-3111
Cheffinis Hot Dogs
While a hot dog joint is not what you would immediately think of as vegan-friendly, every item on Cheffini’s menu can be served vegetarian style with vegetable, herbs, and grain-made franks. The restaurant is known for getting imaginative with its creations. For example, Moshi Moshi, a favorite among its vegetarian patrons, is a dish that is made with jalapenos, onions, and seaweed. Since Simply Pure is around the corner, some diners purchase their hot dogs and go in search of vegan cheese.
Location: 707 Fremont St #1050, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone Number: (702) 527-7599