Updated: December 27, 2016.
One of the OG when it comes to vegan restaurants, Lu Vuk is no stranger to providing vegan eats to Las Vegas. Sadly, the two longest running vegan restaurants in town — Go Raw Cafes — closed in December 2016. However, there is still Go Vegan Cafe. Tucked into a nondescript building off of Rainbow and 215, Go Vegan Cafe is a tiny slice of zen in the city.
It’s got the staples that we loved at Go Raw (we’re looking at you, House Salad with everything tossed in and salad dressing you want to lick off the plate), as well as cooked fare.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner — and complete with a food bar during lunch and dinner — Go Vegan offers raw and gluten-free options.
For breakfast, indulge. Seriously. Don’t skip out on the pancakes. With seven options to choose from, you can’t go wrong. Tofu scrambles are also insanely delicious and come in a variety of options, too.
But, there’s so much more. We’re talking sushi. Salads. Home-made lentil loaf. Quiche. Burgers. Grilled cheese sandwiches. Pizzas. Mexican eats. Raw burgers. Raw pizzas. Raw wraps. And so much more. Also, dessert comes courtesy of Vegan Bites.
Go Vegan Cafe also has a massive juice and smoothie menu, so whenever you need some extra vitamins and healthiness in your life, this restaurant has you covered.
The Eldan Center, 5875 S. Rainbow Blvd., #104, Las Vegas, 89118 | 702.405.8550
Open: Monday – Saturday: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Sunday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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Diana Edelman is the founder of Vegans, Baby. She previously lived and worked in Thailand where she spent years working for an elephant sanctuary and has traveled around the world speaking about the realities of elephant tourism. She is a public speaker who has appeared at SEED Food + Wine, VegFest Puerto Rico, VegFest Toronto and more, a journalist and entrepreneur. Diana is also behind the Vegas Vegan Dinners at James Beard Foundation’s James Beard House.