There are an abundance of restaurants offering vegan pizza in Las Vegas. Heaps of them. We even put together a nice little list highlighting our choices for the best vegan pizza in Las Vegas. Evel Pie is one of the best spots you can go in town for vegan pizza — they upped their game January 2020 adding not one, not two, but five new pies to their vegan menu, plus more goodies.
These creations use Follow Your Heart Cheese and Before the Butcher plant-based meats and we can’t get enough.
Before you get to the pizza, order the chicken tenders. These bites come friend and served with Evel’s jalapeño cilantro dipping sauce that you’ll want to hang on to for your pizza. Seriously. Don’t toss it.
Aside from the traditional Evel pie with marinara and cheese, the five new pies cover all the pizza bases.
The 420 was the crowd favorite at Evel’s vegan menu launch party mid-January 2020 (and our top pick, too). The sauce-less pizza comes smothered in cheese and topped with shiitake mushrooms, portobello mushrooms, baby button mushrooms, parsley and EVOO.
For the bacon lovers, there is the Makin’ Bacon that features Evel’s BBQ sauce, vegan pulled pork, vegan bacon and red onion.
The Vegan Meat Lover is covered with Evel’s tomato sauce, vegan bacon, vegan beef and vegan sausage (yeah, they’re not kidding with a meat lover name)
There’s also Fake the Snake that comes with Evel’s tomato sauce, vegan sausage, red peppers and caramelized onions.
The final vegan pizza on the menu is the Beefer Madness with Evel’s tomato sauce, vegan beef, tomato, onion, and banana peppers.
Other vegan options on the menu include garlic knots and vegan meatballs.
Oh yeah, there’s the Hippie Flip Salad, too (kale, golden beets, broccoli, kohl rabi, brussels sprouts, raddichio, carrots, and more tossed in a balsamic vinaigrette and topped with nutritional yeast) but let’s be real — you’re here for the pizza.
508 Fremont St., 89101, 702-840-6460, Sunday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 2 a.m., Friday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – 4:20 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.