Sin City is a little less sinful lately as their vegan options have spiked over the past few years. Dining options are plentiful in Las Vegas for those looking to eat less meat, dairy and eggs, and they even have late-night options for those all-night party-goers! Check out where we like to spend our money in The Gambling Capitol of the World!

 

Veganos Kitchen

This restaurant is only a year old, but it has already made it on the list of best restaurants in Las Vegas. They serve American and Mexican plant-based options that are full of flavor. No frills, just great tasting food! Oh and they have both the Beyond Burger and the Impossible Burger!

 

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VegeNation

Another top rated restaurant in Vegas, VegeNation, serves plant-based and globally inspired street food and brunch on the weekends. This place is for everyone!

 

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BLACKOUT Dining In The Dark

Feel your way through a four to six course prix-fixe plant based meal, one course at a time, IN THE DARK! That’s right! Each delicious course has been beautifully created to entice the taste buds and awaken the senses through flavors that flow from dish to dish.

 

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The Modern Vegan

Looking for vegan comfort food? You’ll find it here at The Modern Vegan! They have a wide variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner options from chick’n and waffles to pad thai to the Impossible Burger – their menu is HUGE! Check ’em out!

 

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Pancho’s Vegan Tacos

Authentic plant-based Mexican food doesn’t get much better than this. They’re here to prove that vegans don’t miss out!

 

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Ronald’s Donuts

You can’t go to Vegas without visiting Ronald’s Donuts. They aren’t 100% vegan, so be sure to ask which are which, but they have plenty of options so you’re sure to get your sugar fix!

 

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Panevino

Heading to Vegas with someone special? Take them to Panevino for a super fine dining experience. While not 100% veg, they have specific plant-based menus for appetizers, soups, entrees, and sides.

 

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Wynn Las Vegas

If I can, I try to stay at the Wynn while in Las Vegas, or at least close to it. They are so veg-friendly that every restaurant in their resort has a separate vegetarian and vegan menu. Partnering with vegan chef Tal Ronnen, you’re sure to get a very high-quality meal.

 

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