If you’re looking for 24/7 vegan eats, No Regrets Bar’s new vegan menu has arrived. Created by Executive Chef Justin Ralenkotter, No Regrets Bar’s vegan menu features meats and cheese from No Butcher, as well as housemade pita and flatbread.
No Regrets vegan menu is large — and offers a variety of options largely geared to those who love mock meats and cheese. Try one of their pitas stuffed with either pulled pork, spare ribs loaded with coleslaw and BBQ sauce with a nice side of french fries or sweet potato fries, or their chicken pita in mayo with lettuce, tomato and onion (and a side of fries).
Ralenkotter’s menu also offers two taco options (mushrooms or chicken), as well as two flatbreads — mozzarella caprese or our favorite, the mushroom flatbread, topped with six different ‘shrooms and cheese on a bed of pizza sauce.
The restaurant/bar also offers two salads – a gorgeous walnut cranberry salad with feta and a caprese salad.
If you want more meat from No Butcher, most menu items offer vegan chicken or pork as an add-on.
For sides and shares, be sure to order up the brussels sprouts. These crispy sprouts are delicious and cooked in an apple cider glaze. They’ve also got garlic mushrooms, roasted potatoes, spicy potatoes and more veggie side dishes.
8349 W. Sunset Rd., Las Vegas, 89113 | 702.550.4644
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