While signature steaks and meaty meals at celebrity chef restaurants receive all the buzz, a surprising number of restaurants offer a vegetarian menu in Las Vegas.
With options ranging from high-end to budget-friendly, I thought it would be helpful to provide a rundown of vegetarian restaurants in Las Vegas on the Strip.
Of course, vegetarian menus in Vegas change often. Along with highlighting some vegetarian options at each restaurant below, I’ll be sure to link out to the menu so you can easily see what’s currently being served.
Vegetarian Restaurants On The Strip
Scarpetta at Cosmopolitan: Overlooking the Fountains of Bellagio from Cosmopolitan next door, Scarpetta offers a vegetarian menu with Italian options like spaghetti, raviolo, and beet insalata. Notably, items on their vegetarian menu are all below $30.
Harvest at Bellagio: As the name would suggest, Harvest offers a number of vegetarian menu items both as appetizers and entrees. Appetizer options include a chopped vegetable salad, artichoke soup, and tempura pickled vegetables, while notable entrees offered include their Bucatini pasta.
Le Cirque at Bellagio: A high-end French restaurant at Bellagio, Le Cirque offers an 8-course vegetarian tasting menu with options that include vichyssoise, Australian black truffle risotto, and artichokes barigoule.
Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace: You’ve likely seen countless pictures of their beef wellington on social media, but Hell’s Kitchen also offers a solid vegetarian menu. Entree options include their artichoke risotto, spring onion soup, and white bean in purgatory with spicy tomato sauce and cashew cream cheese.
Joes Seafood at Caesars Palace: Found in the intricately themed Forum Shops, which rank among the best shopping malls on the Strip, Joe’s offers a separate vegetarian menu. Entree options include a roasted cauliflower steak, grilled vegetable tacos, and tagliatelle with vegetables among others at a price point under $20.
True Food Kitchen at Caesars Palace: Also found in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, True Food Kitchen offers a solid selection of vegetarian options which are labeled with (VEG) on their menu. Appealing options include their spaghetti squash casserole, banana pancakes, and edamame dumplings along with a selection of salads.
A sub $100 4-course tasting menu is also available that offers at least one Vegetarian option for each course.
Wing Lei at Wynn: A Chinese restaurant on the north end of the Strip, Wing Lei offers a solid Vegetarian selection on their menu. Offerings include Wok-Tossed Mushrooms, Braised Tofu, Tai Chin Garein Chick’n, and Sauteed Asparagus among other options. Notably, all items on the vegetarian menu are under $30.
Red 8 at Wynn: Specializing in Cantonese noodle dishes and Hong Kong-style barbecue, Red 8 offers a solid assortment of vegetarian options on their menu. Vegetarian items on their menu are clearly marked with a green “V” and include stir-fried mixed vegetables, dim sum, vegetable fried brown rice, and gardein cashew chicken.
Genting Palace at Resorts World: Vegetarian options on Genting Palace’s menu include pan-fried Impossible meat, sweet and sour crisp vegetables, and steamed Sichuan eggplant with Impossible meat.
Vegetarian selections are denoted by a green plant image next to the menu item.
Tableau at Wynn: Like other restaurants at Wynn, vegetarian items on Tableau’s menu are marked with a “leafy” green “V”. Vegetarian items include turnip soup, the tableau Impossible Burger, cavatelli pasta, and various other sides and breakfast items.
Javiers at Cosmopolitan: Offering a selection of vegetarian items on their menu including enchiladas de vegetables, enchiladas de espinacas, and sopes, Javier’s could be a solid option if you’re in the mood for plant-based Mexican cuisine.
Giada at Cromwell: Included in their main menu are a number of vegetarian items that are clearly labeled with a “leafy” looking “V”. Items denoted as being vegetarian include their bucatini, cacio e pepe bucatini, and ricotta crostini among other selections.
Buca di Beppo at Excalibur: The popular Italian chain offers a vegetarian menu that includes a selection of pizzas, pasta entrees, salads, bread, and appetizers including fried mozzarella, bruschetta, and mozarella caprese.
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Vegetarian Restaurants Downtown Las Vegas
Although there are few restaurants directly on the Fremont Street Experience that offer vegetarian menu items, there is a literal abundance in the nearby Arts District, which is accessible via the free Downtown Loop Shuttle.
There are a surprisingly strong number of restaurants in Las Vegas that offer a vegetarian menu. In addition to the vegetarian restaurants in Las Vegas above, there are also a number of vegan restaurants that may also be a great option!
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Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.