If you’ve ever thought your dietary preferences could keep you from dining like those shameless meat eaters, this guide (and Vegas) is for you.

This city offers hundreds of dining options, plenty of which will most likely hold your new favorite dish. Maybe you’re just into trying a vegetarian meal or maybe you are a vegan looking to find your new favorite eats in Vegas, either way, use our 1 (flexible) to 5 (strictly vegan) guide to find the spot for you. 

Flour & Barley - The LINQ

Any pizza on the menu can be made with daiya sottocenere truffle cheese and you can enjoy any pie on the menu. Or, get either mozzarella, fontina or ricotta, depending on if you’re flexing that day or not.

Cinnaholic – Henderson

As seen on Shark Tank, these egg-free, dairy-free and 100 percent vegan gourmet rolls are sure to hit the sweet spot. There’s 18 flavors and dozens of toppings.

CREAM − Downtown Summerlin

Ice cream sandwiches deserve to be enjoyed by everyone. That’s why CREAM has soy ice cream flavors and vegan cookies options.  

Vege-Way

Sometimes you just need a double-double burger without any of the cow guilt. This is the spot.

Vegenation – Downtown

This award-winning restaurant has countless dishes that cover every type of food. Fan favorite is the “chicken” and waffles, and for good reason.   

Veggie House − Chinatown

Read any review of this place and you’ll see that non-vegetarians and vegans go crazy for it. The orange “chicken” is raved about constantly.

Violette’s Vegan

Whether you’re a raw veggies kinda Vegan, or the nachos-loving kind, you can find it here. They also have a killer breakfast menu if you’re looking for somewhere to start your day.

Panevino – Wynn

Its regular dinner menu is met with its plant-based dinner menu − perfect for dining with a large group of mixed eaters.

Hussong’s Cantina − Mandalay Bay

Chips and salsa are a universal language, but at Hussong’s, there’s an entire vegan menu, plus options for gardein chicken or beef on any regular dish.

Royal India Bistro – Rio

Check out the “from the garden” menu when dining, which arguably has more options than any other menu category, but your date doesn’t need to know that.  

Andiron Steak & Sea − Downtown

This one doubles as a favorite if your date prefers steak and you just want a really great salmon dish.

Maybe your trip here is to switch things up on your taste buds. Or maybe you just indulge however you please. It’s your Vegas vacation after all.