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

Las Vegas offers hundreds of vegan (and vegetarian) 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, with a wide variety of textures and flavors, these offerings are sure to impress vegetarians and meat-lovers alike.

Veggie House − Chinatown

A modern vege/vegan interpretation of classic dishes is what you’ll find at this Chinatown gem. 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 and the vegan sushi is a must try.

Harvest by Roy EllamarBellagio Resort Las Vegas 

Farm to table freshness in creative dishes that are full of flavor is what Chef Ellamar strives for with every dish. From spiced pumpkin coconut soup to dedicated vegetarian entrees, everyone can enjoy the market-inspired menu.

Harvest Salad
Harvest Salad
True Food Kitchen − Downtown Summerlin

Founded with the simple belief that food should make you feel better, not worse, this place uses nutrient-dense ingredients to craft the tastiest traditional protein and plant-based dishes. Try the new Unbeetable Burger or cauliflower polenta bowl.

SW SteakhouseWynn Las Vegas

This one doubles as a favorite if your dining partners prefer steak and you just want great gourmet options from the vegetarian selections section of the menu. Create a feast with crisp red quinoa cakes and black truffle creamed corn (cashew-cream base, of course).

Vegenation – Downtown

This award-winning restaurant serves 100 percent plant-based global cuisine and has countless dishes that cover every type of food. Fan favorites are the “chicken” and waffles and the vegan sushi prepared with forbidden rice.

China PoblanoThe Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Go on a culinary trip through Mexico and China with the Vegan Chef’s Experience tasting menu. Seven dishes including 20 vegetable fried rice and coconut ceviche will leave you satisfied and feeling great.


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.