Healthy and quick service can go together — just look at Grabbagreen if you need proof.
Grabbagreen, which opened in Village Square mid 2018, is the spot for people who want to eat clean, non-GMO meals in (nearly) an instant. From fresh juices, smoothies, and cold brews to bowls and wraps, add Grabbagreen to your list of healthy vegan options in Las Vegas.
Feeling the need for a little midday boost? Check out their Elixir Shots such as Anti-inflammatory, Defend, Guts or Slim. Need to hit the reset button all together? Choose from a 1, 2, or 3 day Detox Plan.
The Fresh Pressed Juices are all vegan-friendly — we went with the Detox Juice packed with beet, celery, cucumber, lemon and parsley. Grabbagreen also serves smoothies, some of which are vegan-friendly thanks to offering pea protein instead of whey, and others like the Oxidation Elimination. Made with acai, agave, banana, blackberry, blueberry, spinach, strawberry, and green tea., there’s no protein powder in this creation.
If you are looking for the perfect breakfast item, try the Mango Bowl. Composed of sliced banana, brown rice, chia seeds, coconut shreds, mango, pineapple, quinoa, almond milk and granola, this tropical bowl is both filling and satisfying. Unless you’re a big breakfast eater, plan on having enough leftover for a snack.
Sometimes the best vegan options in Las Vegas are ones you can create yourself.
At Grabbagreen, the “Grab Your Own” option lets guests mix and match all the goodies for a bowl or wrap to create their own healthy vegan option in Las Vegas.
Start with a base of grain or green, add your vegan protein (either edamame or black beans), mix in five nutrients, herbs and then top it all off with a vegan sauce option. There are seven vegan sauces on the menu (and in true form, we tried them all).
It was a hard decision, but we chose the Chimichurri Sauce for our Tex-Mex-inspired bowl with quinoa noodles (gluten-free) and the sesame sauce for the Asian-inspired wrap.
**Side Note – Although the Mango Bowl is the only bowl listed as vegan, we spoke with the owner, Sam, about vegan-friendly options that aren’t necessarily listed as such. All bowls/wraps can easily be made vegan on request. The chili may also be made vegan by omitting the barbecue sauce.**
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