Great news, vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Las Vegas are on the rise. The Strip is seen as a place to indulge, but who says you can’t indulge in being healthy? Las Vegas has been cultivating a wellness culture for some time and the veggie-scene along with it.
Many of our restaurants at The Venetian Resort offer vegan and vegetarian menu items. From sushi to tacos, there are so many delicious choices. We've done the hard work and created a list for you. You'll find many places offer high-quality plant-based dishes that will wow your taste buds.
If you want your meal healthy and tasty, BRERA osteria’s new vegan menu is just the thing. Choose your vegan salad, pasta, secondo, and dessert. Farm-fresh ingredients and savory recipes make each dish a delight. BRERA is known for authentic Italian eating, and this tasting menu will leave you feeling magnifico. Best of all, this four-course meal is only $55 per person.View Restaurant
We know, we were surprised, too, but they serve more than meat patties. Black Tap offers a few vegan burger selections from black bean, breaded portobello, and the Impossible™ burger. You can also pair one of their vegan sides with your burger choice.View Restaurant
Even the decadent Bouchon by Thomas Keller has a wonderful “secret” menu item just for vegans. It’s called the Vegan Chop. A mixture of grain and mushroom is crafted, formed into the shape of a chop, and then served with seasonal veggies.View Restaurant
TLC's Cake Boss has created a menu packed with Italian favorites. Enjoy a selection of dishes that are geared toward vegetarians and vegans. There's plenty for veggie lovers to savor with salads, pastas, and sides.View Restaurant
Wolfgang Puck’s CUT is very generous about catering to plant-based lifestyles. Roasted squash and wild field mushrooms are just a couple of options. If you request it, they can change anything on the menu to be vegan.View Restaurant
Known for its chic setting, LAVO provides vegetarian and vegan-friendly Italian dishes. Mixed greens and a beet salad are great light choices. Their rigatoni and spaghetti pasta dishes offer carb-heaven. To top it off, you can enjoy them all on their patio with great views of the Strip.View Restaurant
The name would lead you to think there wouldn't be any plant options, but fear not. David Chang has crafted a few items for the vegans and vegetarians looking to dine at his restaurant. The famous Bing with Chickpea Dip is a must-have. Try the Bounty Bowl and the Crispy Sweet Potatoes, too.View Restaurant
Want a casual place to grab a quick bite? Moon Palace by David Chang by Celebrity Chef David Chang has a quick bite option made without meat. Try the Not Beef Slider. This delicious meatless option is made with Impossible meat. Add on a side of Hot Chips - freshly fried potato chips seasoned with salt or honey butter.
Those looking for veggies will find a nice selection to choose from. With a focus on Northern Italian cuisine, you can enjoy a diverse mix of salads and made-to-order pastas. Beer-buttered Baby Leeks and Chickpea Fritters are a standout dish. Another one to try is the Risotto with Field Mushrooms.View Restaurant
11 Mott 32
One of the most vegan and vegetarian-friendly on the list, Mott 32 has great options. From Shanghainese Soup Dumplings to Signature Smoked “Cod,” and that's just scratching the surface. What's more impressive? They offer vegan Champagne as well as red and white wines.
With separate menus for vegetarians and vegans, you're off to a good start. SUGARCANE raw bar grill has great options for plant-based connoisseurs. Harissa Beets are a spicy dish you don't want to miss. Definitely try the Japanese Eggplant and the Sweet Potato from the open fire grill.View Restaurant
Sushi is more than fish and rice; it can totally be enjoyed by vegans. Guess what? SUSHISAMBA has an entire menu for those enjoying a plant-eating lifestyle. From shishito grilled peppers to rolls, robata, sides, and desserts—SUSHISAMBA is a solid choice for vegan restaurants in Las Vegas.View Restaurant
TAO offers a great environment serving up Pan-Asian cuisine. From vegan sushi rolls to vegetable feasts with noodles, veggie lovers have a bunch of dishes to enjoy.View Restaurant
The first plant-based restaurant on the Strip offers a full vegan and drink menu. Nutrient-dense superfoods, smoothies, fresh-pressed juices, coffee, and cocktails appease every craving you have. Whole grain ciabatta toasts and tofu scramble are just a couple of the many dishes to choose from.View Restaurant