Top Five Vegan Restaurants in Vegas

Being a vegan isn’t always easy, especially when you are on vacation or eating out. All too often, the only available options on the menu are distinctly uninspired or are even entirely nonexistent. Many people are still unaware of what being a vegan really means in terms of permissible ingredients and sometimes it’s just safer to avoid eating altogether when you’re out and about and prepare your own food.

However, if you’re taking a vacation in Las Vegas you don’t want to miss out on the great experiences of dining at one of the city’s top restaurants. That’s especially true if you’re celebrating a special occasion. Luckily, there are now some alternatives to self-catering or microwaving a TV dinner in the hotel room.

Although at one time being a vegan in Vegas was a recipe for disaster, these days there are so many more dining options than just side salads or plates of fruit. No matter where you go in the city, the good news is these days there are many restaurants that specialize in offering vegetarian and vegan fare, and many more that offer a great choice of dishes suitable for nonmeat eaters. Therefore, those who favor a plant-based lifestyle can be confident that they can take their pick of eateries when on vacation in Sin City. Not only are there often dedicated menus for vegan and vegetarian diners at many of the top restaurants, but there are also establishments that are solely dedicated to those who live a meat-free lifestyle.

Here is a quick guide to the top five vegan restaurants in Las Vegas.

1 – Garden Grill

garden grillAddress: 302 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89145
Yelp Rating: 5/5
Price Range: Under $10
Our recommendation: Beer Battered Avocado Tacos

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Fans of vegan cuisine, and those who don’t even want to dine in the same room as meat-eaters, Garden Grill is the perfect choice. Offering an impressive menu of gourmet and organic all-vegan delights, this eatery on the west side of Las Vegas has earned a reputation as one of the best vegan restaurants Las Vegas has to offer.

This restaurant is especially well-known for its creative combinations of tacos that are just bursting with flavor and fresh produce. From the popular IPA beer-battered avocado variety to the unusual option of the barbecue-pulled jackfruit taco, there is something on this exciting menu for everyone to enjoy, even dedicated meat-eaters!

Promising to only use organic and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, this quality restaurant uses no sweeteners, refined oils, GMOs or MSGs, so diners can be confident they are making an ethical and healthy choice.

Whether you’re in the mood for a salad or a sandwich or would like to try something more substantial, such as quesadillas or beer-battered mushrooms followed by a tempting dessert, there is something at the Garden Grill to suit everyone.

2 – Simply Pure

simply pure vegasAddress: 707 Fremont St #1310, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Yelp Rating: 4.5/5
Price Range: $11-30
Our recommendation: Jicama Chili Cheese Fries

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Run by expert vegan chef Stacey Dougan, this restaurant in Container Park offers a menu packed with outstanding vegan and vegetarian options. Having embarked on a solely plant-based diet after experiencing several health problems, Dougan opened Simply Pure as a testament to the versatility and tastiness of vegan cuisine. She encourages picky eaters, children, and meat-eaters to come through her doors and sample the delicious meals, which could convince many more people to try out a vegan lifestyle.

Most of the recipes on the extensive menu are free from gluten, and many are also ideal for those who suffer from allergies, making sure that everyone is well catered to, no matter how tricky his or her dietary requirements. The menu is made to order and comprises everything from raw entrées to mouthwatering appetizers, freshly pressed juices, and gorgeous desserts.

The many options on the menu comprise everything from the standard vegetable fares, such as pasta and veggie sandwiches, to more modern choices, such as meat substitutes that are completely free from animal-based ingredients.

Not only can diners choose to eat in, they can also get a boxed meal delivered direct to their door or hotel room – perfect when you just can’t take time out of your busy vacation schedule.

3 – Vegenation

vegenation vegasAddress: 616 Carson Ave #120, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Yelp Rating: 4.5/5
Price Range: $11-30
Our recommendation: Green Tea Noodle Salad

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As you might guess from the name of this restaurant, nothing animal-based makes it through the doors. Both vegetarians and vegans are well catered to in this establishment that was created in 2014 by Donald Lemperle, who is a vegan himself.

The restaurant is proud to be eco-friendly and serves up only 100 percent plant-based dishes. It specializes in offering a menu that is inspired by street food from around the world, including popular choices from both Mexican and Asian cultures.

Vegenation works in conjunction with other local businesses to support the community, sourcing ingredients as diverse as herbs, artisan cheeses, tea, coffee, and alcohol from small local companies. Even the artwork on the walls is produced by community artists. Vegenation even works with school gardening programs, freight farms, and community gardens to use freshly grown vegetables.

Offering outstanding service paired with eco-friendly ethics, Vegenation serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and boasts an impressive drinks selection. With an extensive menu that comprises everything from burgers and pasta dishes to Thai curries and African stews, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

4 – Violette’s Vegan

violette's veganAddress: 8560 W Desert Inn Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89117
Yelp Rating: 4/5
Price Range: $11-30
Our recommendation: Shinto Steak Sandwich

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Established by Cyndy Violette, a professional poker player, this organic juice bar and eatery serves up a delicious range of freshly prepared vegan food. Promoting a healthier lifestyle and a way of life dedicated to better well-being, Violette’s eatery delights both the vegan and non-vegan community with its delicious menu that offers everything from basic salads to internationally inspired entrées, such as burritos, pad Thai, and classic biscuits and gravy.

This restaurant aims to serve top quality organic produce and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner to discerning diners who want to know that they are making an ethical choice when they go out to eat. There is even a children’s menu to help little ones embark on a healthy life of plant-based cuisine.

This venue also serves as a juice bar, serving up energy-packed shots and refreshing beverages for those who are looking for extra vitamins and several of their five a day.

5 – Veggie House

veggie house vegasAddress: 5115, #203, Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Yelp Rating: 4.5/5
Price Range: $11-30
Our recommendation: Veggie Walnut Veggie Scallop

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If you have an appetite for some outstanding vegan cuisine with a Chinese twist, Veggie House is the ideal venue. As a cornerstone of the Las Vegas community, this restaurant, which also offers a delivery and take-out service, serves delicious Chinese cuisine, giving classic dishes a modern overhaul using only the best quality fresh produce.

Vegans can order plant-based versions of meat, shrimp, and fish dishes with a range of popular sauces, such as sweet and sour and black bean. With a special lunch menu, as well as the all-day menu with its more extensive options, Veggie House is a great place for anyone who wants to enjoy a range of familiar tastes, all using only delicious vegan ingredients.

Of course, these aren’t the only five vegan restaurants in Las Vegas, and there are many other places where you can enjoy some outstanding plant-based cuisine. Many of the top hotel restaurants now have separate vegan and vegetarian menus with exciting dishes that are sure to tantalize the taste buds, and those who would prefer to live on a plant-based diet for either health or ethical reasons can quite easily achieve their goals in Sin City.

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Jean Carter is from Oakland, California and studied jewelry design at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in San Francisco, California. After graduation, and pining for a warmer climate, Jean relocated to the Tule Springs suburb of Las Vegas, where she owns and operates her own online jewelry boutique incorporating traditional native American styles with her own unique designs. A true fan of the sophistication and glamor of Las Vegas casino life, Jean is also a freelance blogger specializing in all things suave and fashionable surrounding the casino lifestyle.