There’s another 24-7 option for vegan dining in Las Vegas with No Regrets Bar jumping in on the Las Vegas vegan dining scene. The bar/restaurant located on W. Sunset is one of only a few restaurants in town offering late night vegan options in Las Vegas.
Spurred on by the growing demand for vegan menus in Las Vegas, and having to frequently make tweaks to their menu to serve vegan dishes, Executive Chef Justin Ralenkotter was inspired to create a full vegan menu. Plus, it helped that his fiancé is vegan.
“I wanted to do something to support her needs and that of what appeared to be a very large group of people,” Ralenkotter explains. “I’m not vegan and I liked the idea of having two menus so that vegans and non-vegans could go somewhere and enjoy a meal together.”
The menu features meats and cheese from No Butcher in dishes like mushroom flatbread, pulled pork and spare rib pitas, chicken tacos, salads and more eats ranging in price from $10 – $17 plus some side dishes starting at $5. They even make the flatbread and pita in-house.
No Regrets Bar takes their vegan menu seriously — they have a separate fryer for the vegan dishes and have created dedicated areas to store and prep the food.
“We hope to be a top choice for vegan diners,” he says of the new vegan menu.
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