Vegan In Sin City, Great Vegan Spots In Las Vegas

By on August 27, 2014

A vegan in Las Vegas has an array of culinary delights to choose from. There’s has a multitude of vegan restaurants that will please even the most picky vegans in sin city. Let’s take a look at some of the area’s best vegan eateries.

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Fresh Mama

Fresh Mama is found at 5875 S. Rainbow Boulevard. Here, vegans will find affordable fare like generously filled wraps with rice paper, collard greens or Ezekel bread in place of tortillas. Fresh Mama’s spreads are definitely worth writing home about. They are made with sunflower seeds, tahini or almonds and taste amazing. The eatery also offers a nice selection of salads and smoothies. The smoothies are a bit expensive but the serving size is substantial. Smoothies come in four different varieties: Recover with extra protein, Boost, Hydrate with electrolytes and Replenish that is packed with nutrients.

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Veggie Delight

Veggie Delight is located at 3504 Wynn Road. When diners arrive, they’ll noticed a sign prominently placed on the door that indicates all of the eatery’s culinary delights are made of soy or gluten instead of meat. Every dish can be made vegan for an additional fee of $1 or $1.50. This is a small price to pay considering the high quality options on the Veggie Delight menu. The specialties are Chinese and Viatnamese fare though standard American choices are also available. Highlights include the black vinegar sauce chicken and the pork skin hand rolls. Remember, these aren’t real meat, they are imitation.

Go Raw Cafe

Vegans will love this restaurant at 2381 Windmill Lane. Everything at Go Raw Cafe is raw, meaning that nothing has been cooked. While this won’t appeal to a certain number of people, including some vegans, eating raw is the healthiest way to consume food. The Go Raw Cafe menu is full of vegan delights including their famous cheeseburger. Don’t worry, it’s not a real cheeseburger! It’s actually a collection of ingredients like parsley, raw beets and sunflower seeds placed in a scrumptious bread with vegan almond cheese, tomato, sprouts, avocado and much more. There’s a daily soup, vegan sushi, smoothies and desserts as well.

Veggie House

Vegans will find this lovely restaurant at 5115 Spring Mountain Road in Las Vegas. Veggie house resembles a Chinese restaurant but definitely has its own style. Diners will find cute fake birds along phony tree limbs. They actually chirp along with the restaurant’s background music. The menu features fake meats that are made of soy or gluten. The house special, Spicy Crispy Beef, is only $10.95. It tastes fantastic and no cows had to die to make it. Be sure to try the veggie gluten kidney and return later on for the Kung Pao Squid.

Bite Vegan Bakery

This lovely eatery provides some amazing vegan breakfast fare. Head on over to 440 S. Rampart Boulevard and give their vegan Belgian Waffles a try. They also sell a plethora of tasty baked goods as well. Their maple syrup and vegan butter are quite impressive and taste perfect when drizzled on hot waffles. Give the Notellanaberry a shot. This concoction consists of a waffle with strawberries, bananas, whipped cream and Notella. Notella is the sugar free version of the popular Nutella. Creative name, eh?

The View Wine Bar & Kitchen

The View Wine Bar & Kitchen is also located at 420 Rampart Boulevard within the Tivoli Village’s collection of European style restaurants and shops. While The View serves non-vegan food, its vegan options are something to behold. There’s vegan artisan cheeses that are to die for and several vegetarian dishes that can be modified with a simple request to become vegan. While some vegans might view such a request as a hassle or even a risk, it is well worth the extra effort and placing your trust in the The View staff. Be sure to try the Avocado Bruschetta, a combination of avocado, tomato, orange and chives aboard a crispy baguette. All you have to request is that the lime crema be left off. The restaurant offers vegan hamburger buns for Portobello Mushroom cap burgers that you’ll never forget. These savory delights should be devoured with the Farmer’s Market Salad on the side. Its delightful veggies are covered in an exquisite citrus vinaigrette.

Table 34

You’ll find this snazzy spot at 600 E. Warm Springs Road just a couple blocks to the east of the strip. Table 34 is headed by one of the more famous Chefs in the area, Wes Kendrick. The restaurant actually hosts a Las Vegan Eatz dinner each July where a glorious 5 course vegan meal is provided to guests. Table 34’s menu has plenty of plant based items and is adding more each month. Be sure to try the Organic Summer Asparagus Puree. There’s also a selection of wonderful salads that feature baby arugula, candied pecans and Ruby grapes. Other vegan options include the delicious Grilled Eggplant Stack. It consists of a variety of vegetables like wild mushrooms, zucchini, eggplant and savory seasonings.

Do you know of any great vegan restaurants in Las Vegas that we didn’t mention? Let us know in the comments below.


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