The hip shake and burger spot, Black Tap, located inside The Venetian, is a vegan-friendly restaurant. Don’t get too excited though — they don’t have their Instagram-worthy milkshakes in vegan varieties … yet.
But, Black Tap does have vegan dishes to enjoy while you’re omni friends suck down cake-laden, sprinkle covered shakes.
You can start your meal with one of two vegan appetizers (or both) — chips and guacamole or crispy brussels sprouts with a sesame tahini sauce. We’re partial to the sprouts.
For your main dish, choose from a burger or a burger bowl.
We dig the Vegan Burger, a black bean patty with vegan mayo, pickled onions, salsa verde and cilantro.
Black Tap also offers a falafel burger complete with tahini, pickled onion and hummus (hold the feta since there isn’t a vegan feta option available yet).
If you want something a little healthier (read: no bun, no fries), opt for the house-made falafel burger salad with tomatoes, kalamata olives, hummus, pickled onions and tahini dressing (skip the feta).
There’s also the vegan burger and quinoa salad, which is pretty self-explanatory, with lemon dressing.
Rumor has it Black Tap is working on some other options to make their menu more vegan-friendly. Regardless, it’s a viable vegan options inside The Venetian and also boasts a pretty epic patio facing The Strip.
The Venetian, 3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd., 702-414-1000, Sunday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – midnight; Friday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – 2 a.m
Diana Edelman is the founder of Vegans, Baby. She previously lived and worked in Thailand working for an elephant sanctuary and has traveled around the world speaking about the realities of elephant tourism, being a positive activist and entrepreneur at events including TBEX, SEED Food + Wine, VegFest Puerto Rico, VegFest Toronto and more. Diana is a proud partner with the James Beard Foundation and curates their Vegas Vegan Dinner series at the famous James Beard House, as well as the vegan activation, The Farm Stand, at Las Vegas’ Life Is Beautiful festival.