Discovering the best vegan food in Las Vegas is easier than ever. With the 2021 Las Vegas Vegan Dining Guide and the ever-expanding write-ups on Vegans, Baby, finding the best vegan dishes here is a cinch.
If you’re looking for some new dishes to try, we’ve rounded up seven of our current favorites in Las Vegas to devour. From savory to sweet to sensational, these are seven vegan dishes that everyone will love in Las Vegas right now. Never wonder what to order again!
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7 of the best vegan dishes in Las Vegas right now
1. Nashville Hot Chick’n Sandwich, Garden Grill
We’re always on a quest for the best of two veganized dishes: pizza and fried chicken. When it comes to vegan chicken sandwiches, Garden Grill has this on lock. With an extra crispy, thick layer of “skin” the chicken sandwiches here put the vegan version at spots like KFC to shame. Add on a spicy Nashville Hot-sauced patty, slaw and butter pickles, and now we’re talking best of the best
2. Mushroom Clay Pot, Chikyū Vegan Sushi & Izakaya
While Chikyū is known for its stellar sushi, the hidden gem on the menu is the mushroom clay pot. Made with a kombu dashi rice, this earthy, hearty dish features truffle soy and garlic oil to bring it home.
3. Detroit Pizza, Guerrilla Pizza
Thick, oily crust that’s got crispy edges and a pillow-y interior, the Detroit Pizza at Guerrilla is a stand-out in the pizza scene in Las Vegas. Topped with cheese and then generous spoon fulls of a sweet and tangy pizza sauce, this is one pie that will have omnis going bonkers, too.
4. Blueberry Pie, The Coffee Class
Ordering a personal, deep dish blueberry pie at The Coffee Class is like ordering a personal slice of sweet heaven. Chef Beth Ryan-Small nails the vegan pastries at this Las Vegas coffee shop, and the blueberry pie is no exception. Think thick crust that is filled to-the-brim with blueberries and topped with a crumbly streusel. Heaven.
5. Gluten-Free Pop Tart, The Coffee Class
Making the list twice is The Coffee Class. When Chef is baking her vegan and gluten-free pop tarts, you’ve got to go. These buttery tarts come filled with fruit and topped with a generous layer of icing.
6. Steak and Eggs, Black and Blue Diner
Food Network’s Chef Vic Moea kept vegans in mind when he created his menu at Black and Blue Diner. While there’s nothing on the vegan menu that isn’t spectacular, it’s the steak and eggs that are a must; they’re the only ones you can get in town. Using Before the Butcher’s UnCut steak and pairing it with fluffy JUST Eggs, this dish is a must.
7. Samosa Sampler, POTs
The samosa sampler platter was a part of POTs menu for the 2021 Vegan Dining Month we run. They were so popular, owner Iman Haggag kept them on the menu. The dish features three different samosas, for a total of six on a platter. Nosh on falafel, spinach and red onions or black lentil and veggie samosas, plus a trio of dipping sauces to experience.