Palms Resort Casino is a vegan-friendly resort in Las Vegas. In fact, we’ve been lucky enough to try nearly every vegan dish at Palms Resort Casino’s restaurants, like Scotch 80 Prime, Send Noodles, Lucky Penny, AYCE Buffet, and now Laguna Pool House & Kitchen.
Found inside the Palms Place, it’s poolside, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows in a sleek, bright restaurant. Laguna Pool House & Kitchen offers contemporary cuisine and sleek white design. Whether you want a quick bite before your day in the sun or a nice meal before you head to the casino, Laguna has vegan options for you!
The breakfast and lunch options include dishes such as chilled Oats with almond milk, fruit, and toasted coconut or the Bean-LTA made with black beans, lettuce, tomato, and avocado on a ciabatta roll.
Want something light before taking a dip in the pool? Order one of Laguna’s smoothies or the berry salad with mixed greens, vinaigrette, and candied almonds.
We’re partial to the tostadas that come loaded with potatoes, roasted veggies, and black beans topped with shredded lettuce, pico, guacamole, and salsa. These babies are more than enough for one person and will most likely require a fork. Add an order of the deliciously seasoned edamame and you’ve got the perfect lunch for two before grabbing your pool drink and heading to your lounge chair.
The vegan dinner menu offers a few additional items like the warm and smoky Baba Ganoush served with a side of thin sesame lavish and classic bruschetta for a nice starter. For your meal, order the tasty Napa Cabbage and Sorghum Bowl made with peas, carrots, soy sauce and nori strips. Alternatively, go for the Calasparra rice with cauliflower, peas, saffron, and pepper — it’s more like a light cauliflower paella sans the cream.
Don’t worry if you’re not staying at Palms Place. Laguna is open to the public, and well worth the trek from the casino.
– 4321 W. Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, 89103; 702.944.3292; open daily: 7:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Kathryn Hartwig is a senior writer for Vegans, Baby. She decided to go vegan almost eight years ago while searching for the perfect diet to compliment her role as a professional dancer. After experimenting with multitudes of fads, she finally found a lifestyle that turned out to be so much more than just a diet. She settled in Vegas with her husband/photographer Daniel, and puppy, Layla, after traveling the world on cruise ships and living in New York City. The family recently welcomed the birth of their first child, a true vegan baby.