As a city that prides itself on its service, you can get almost anything in Las Vegas, especially when it comes to food. Whether you want sushi at midnight or calamari made out of mushrooms, chances are you can find something or some place that will cater to your desires. For travelers (and anyone, really) who adhere to a plant-based lifestyle, here are six vegan restaurants you should visit in Las Vegas:
Lovers of street food will love Vegenation. Owned by local chef Donald Lamperle, this restaurant prides itself on its locally-sourced ingredients and its commitment to a plant-based menu. Popular dishes include the African yam stew, the organic spaghetti and the picante pineapple pizza. Try the brownie sundae or chocolate tacos for the perfect end to your meal. Vegenation has two locations in the city, and offers takeout.
For Italian cuisine with a vegan twist, Panevino is the place to go. Panevino offers traditional Italian dishes, but also offers plant-based options for its vegetarian or vegan customers. For an evening out, pair the vegetable lasagna, pesto & mushroom risotto, or veggie burger with a peach anise Old Fashioned or cucumber mule.
The vegan with a sweet tooth will want to visit Veganbites. Veganbites is the one of the handful of vegan bakeries in Las Vegas, and the only one that delivers. The selection of brownies, truffles, cake pops, cookies and cupcakes are rich in flavor and make the transition into conscience eating easy.
Moko Ramen Bar
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Moko Ramen is the place to go for good food on a budget. Most items on the menu are under ten dollars, and consists of different kinds of rice and ramen bowls. After you choose your ramen, add toppings of your choice, including seaweed, bean sprouts, and spinach.
Simply Pure by Stacey Dougan
Stop into Simply Pure if you’re in the downtown Las Vegas area. Owned and operated by Chef Stacey Dougan, Simply Pure offers a breath of fresh air to the Downtown Container Park shopping center. Simply Pure’s menu puts a vegan spin on traditional dishes like chili cheese fries, grilled cheese sandwiches and tacos.
Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar
For the vegetarian that travels with meat-eaters, Hearthstone Kitchen has something for both of you to enjoy. Hearthstone’s menu is primarily made up of traditional American dishes, but there are vegetarian options available like the truffle mushroom pizza, salad, and the roasted jalapeno hummus.
For a complete guide to the vegan lifestyle in Las Vegas, check out @vegansbaby on Instagram.