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Vegan Restaurants in Las Vegas – On The Strip & Downtown

In a city packed to the gills with celebrity steakhouses, finding vegan options can prove to be challenging.

Fortunately, more and more restaurants that serve vegan menu items (if not a whole menu) are sprouting up left and right (pun intended, and it worked).

To aid you in your plant-based food quest, I paged through hundreds of menus to summarize your options.

One thing that becomes immediately obvious is that high-end properties (like Wynn/Encore, Caesars Palace, Aria, and Venetian/Palazzo) tend to be a bit more vegan-friendly than lower-tier properties.

I’ll link to each restaurant’s menu so you can scope it out before making the trip.

Restaurants On The Strip

The following restaurants offer either a full vegan menu or a wide selection of items as part of their main menu.

Lakeside at Wynn: the perfect vantage point to catch Wynn’s Lake of Dreams free show, Lakeside offers a selection of vegan menu items which are labeled with a circled letter V on their menu.

Interesting options include Crispy Dumplings, Cast Iron Roasted Mushrooms, and English Pea Ravioli.

Exterior of Lakeside
Photo credit: Barbara Kraft/Wynn Resorts

Sinatra at Wynn: Sinatra, an Italian restaurant, offers a separate “Living Well” vegan menu alongside their traditional options. Vegan items are marked with a “(v)”.

Options include Vegan Agnolotti, Gardein Parmigiana, and Branzino in addition to other antipasti and dessert options.

Dining room at Sinatra, which features an elegant chandelier hanging from the ceiling and a large image of Frank Sinatra on the wall.
Sinatra – Credit: Barbara Kraft/Wynn Resorts

Allegro at Wynn: Although it’s a small selection, Allegro serves vegan Impossible Meatballs and Organic Ancient Grain Penne, that are marked with a circled V on the menu.

Exterior of Allegro at Wynn
Photo credit: Barbara Kraft/Wynn Resorts

Truth & Tonic Wellness Cafe at Venetian: Among the only completely vegan restaurants on the Strip, Truth & Tonic offers a wide-ranging menu of plant-based meals for both breakfast and lunch that includes a chicken avocado wrap, a Cuban-spiced black bean burger, tacos, and much more.

Sushisamba at Venetian: Located in the Grand Canal Shoppes, Sushisamba is a haven for those seeking vegan options in Vegas. Combining culinary influences from Japan, Brazil, and Peru, Sushisamba offers sushi, rolls, robata, and desserts.

Items on their dedicated vegan menu include arroz chaufa, small plates, desserts, and an impressive selection of sushi.

Din Tai Fung at Aria: A Taiwanese dumpling and noodle restaurant, Din Tai Fung offers a pretty extensive vegan menu. Items available include spicy (and non-spicy) dumplings, wonton soup, noodles with sesame sauce, and Shanghai rice cakes in addition to other options.

Exterior of Din Tai Fung at Aria
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Salt & Ivy at Aria: Mixed into their overarching menu are approximately 20 vegan options denoted with a symbol comprised of 2 leaves. Vegan options include fruit plates, pancakes, a poke bowl, blueberries & lemon curd, and homemade chickpea hummus in addition to a selection of salads and side dishes.

Exterior of Salt & Ivy at Aria
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Lemongrass at Aria: A Thai restaurant, Lemongrass offers a full page of vegan options at the bottom of the menu with selections like Pad Thai, Tom Yam Soup, Panang Curry, Basil Vegetables Fried Rice, and so much more.

Interior of Lemongrass at Aria
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace: Among options on their separate vegan menu are baked macaroni and cheese, artichoke risotto, roasted beet salad, white bean in purgatory, and desserts in addition to others.

Exterior of Hell's Kitchen at Caesars Palace
Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

True Food Kitchen at Caesars Palace: Found in the Forum Shops, True Food Kitchen offers several vegan items on their menu which are marked with a “V”. Notable options include a selection of pizzas, paninis, and edamame guacamole among others.

Exterior of True Food Kitchen within the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.

China Poblano at Cosmopolitan: A product of celebrity chef Jose Andres, China Poblano’s “Allergy Menu” includes several vegan options, marked with a “V”, that include noodles, salads, chips & salsa, tacos, and veggie dishes (obviously).

Interior seating at China Poblano.
China Poblano – Courtesy of MGM Resorts

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Strip Restaurants with a Select Few Vegan Items

While the following restaurants don’t offer a vegan menu per se, they do offer a very limited number of vegan menu items.

Catch at Aria: Denoting items on their traditional menu with a “v” if they are vegan, Catch offers a select few menu items that include smashed organic avocado toast, baby gem caesar salad, and charred broccolini.

Entrance to Catch with the word "CATCH" illuminated above the hallway
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Tom’s Urban at New York New York: Offering a few Vegan items which are clearly labeled on the menu as (VG), Tom’s Urban could be an option for those seeking a plant-based meal. Vegan offerings include their Impossible Burger, dueling dips with chips, and Hummus Duo.

Tom's Urban exterior. Also pictured is NYNY's mock Brooklyn Bridge to the left of the restaurant.
Tom’s Urban at NYNY – Courtesy of MGM Resorts

America at New York New York: Offering a limited vegan menu, America serves options that include a veggie burrito, a breakfast quesadilla, an Impossible burger, and pasta pomodoro among other selections. Items are marked with a green plant icon.

Canyon Ranch Grill at Venetian: For those seeking a Vegan breakfast or lunch in Las Vegas, Canyon Ranch could be a good option. For breakfast, they offer a vegan yogurt & granola in addition to breakfast tacos. For lunch, they serve a vegetable rice stir fry.

Black Tap Craft Burgers at Venetian: Although Black Tap specializes in real meat, they snuck a few vegan options into their menu, which includes a vegan falafel burger.

Exterior of Black Tap at the Venetian.

Paradise Cafe at Mirage: With one vegan menu item, Paradise Cafe is only an option if you’re in the mood for tacos with cilantro-lime aioli and pico de Gallo.

Nacho Daddy in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood: Nacho Daddy offers a large selection of Mexican favorites including Vegan Enchiladas, Vegan Fajita Salad, Vegan Tacos, and even a Vegan Chimichanga.

Jaburrito’s at LINQ: Offering a mix of Japanese and Mexican food, Jaburrito’s serves up a select few vegan items on their menu denoted by a green “V” icon.

Exterior of Jaburritos along the LINQ Promenade.

Flights in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood: Vegan menu items at Flights include a Beyond Burger served on a lettuce bun. On a side note, their 3 for 1 happy hour is among the best in Las Vegas.

Exterior of Flights in the Miracle Mile Shops.

Beerhaus at New York New York: While not offering a full vegan menu, Beerhaus does offer a Vegan Chipotle Dog, Vegan City Dog, and an Impossible Burger as part of their traditional menu.

Exterior of Beerhaus Las Vegas.

Slice of Vegas at Mandalay Bay: Offering an extensive vegan menu, Slice of Vegas serves soups, salads, sandwiches, desserts, pasta, and “build your own” pizzas.

Crossroads at Resorts World: Claiming to be the “First fully plant-based fine dining restaurant on the Strip”, Crossroads is sure to have something for vegans visiting Vegas. Items you can expect to see on the menu include stuffed zucchini blossoms, pasta, beet tartare, and more.

Restaurants Downtown Las Vegas

Barry’s Downtown Prime at Circa: Easily qualifying as one of the best steakhouses in Vegas, Barry’s recently rolled out a vegan menu to appeal to the herbivorous among us. Items on the menu range from $20 – $60 and include a vegan chicken marsala, butternut squash steak, and vegetable meatloaf.

Unfortunately, aside from Barry’s, Fremont Street restaurants offering a vegan menu aren’t overly prevalent. If a vegan menu is what you seek, you’ll notice your options open up significantly if you take an Uber, or the free Downtown Loop Shuttle from Fremont Street to the nearby Las Vegas Arts District.

Esther’s Kitchen in The Arts District: Although not offering a full vegan menu, Esthers Kitchen does offer a vegan Winter Squash Risotto on their main menu.

Makers & Finders Coffee in The Arts District: Makers & Finders offers a pretty robust plant-based section as part of their breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch menus that include vegan options.

Tacotarian in The Arts District: An entirely plant-based Mexican restaurant, everything on Tacotarian’s menu is vegan.

18 Bin in The Arts District: Another vegan-friendly restaurant in the Arts District, every item on 18 Bin’s menu is labeled as either vegan (v) or non-vegan (nv). Among the vegan offerings are a Black Bean Vegan Burger, Planted Grilled Cheese, Skinny Caesar Salad, and Veggie Tacos among others.

Golden Fog Coffee in The Arts District: Boasting a completely vegetarian and vegan menu, items that may tickle your fancy include the Vegan Breakfast Sandwich, a Vegan Cinnamon Twist Donut, or even a Vegan Breakfast Burrito among other options.

Fortunately, restaurants that offer vegan options are numerous in Las Vegas, especially on the Strip. Hopefully, I was able to help you find a restaurant with vegan menu items that’ll work for you and your party!

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