It’s pretty well known in the local vegan community that if someone wants a legit vegan meal, the place to go is either Wynn or Encore. While we’ve dined at a few of the spots, and love that the properties require each restaurant to offer vegan dishes, we’re not a huge fan of the outrageous prices for dishes with Gardein or Impossible (which are around $20, say whatttt?).
Let’s face it: there are plenty of places on The Strip to go for vegan dining options that aren’t going to cost you a small fortune.
But, that’s not why you’re here.
So, let’s talk Terrace Pointe Cafe. First, they don’t take reservations so wake up early and get in line. Or, be prepared to wait for a few if you’re heading over at prime breakfast or brunching time. They’ve got a small bar to grab a drink while you wait. Fortunately, their dining room and terrace overlooking the pool are large so you likely won’t be waiting long.
Vegan options at Terrace Pointe Cafe
This airy, and true-to-Wynn-fashion, gorgeous cafe has quite a few vegan options. We’re a fan of the breakfast, largely because of the $22 all-you-can-drink mimosas, but also because vegan breakfasts are a bit hard to find on The Strip other than at Truth & Tonic or Hussong’s.
Sure, you can enjoy healthy smoothies and juices, salads, sandwiches and entrees here, but breakfast is really where it’s at.
While the pandemic saw a property-wide shift and cutting of many vegan options across Wynn and Encore, every restaurant still have vegan options.
Let’s start with breakfast.
Our personal favorite is the Spanish omelette. Made with JUST Egg, this fluffy omelette is packed with sweet peppers, potatoes, onions, and topped with avocado. It comes with a roasted chili pequin sauce.
Then, there’s the vegan French toast. There aren’t a ton of spots with vegan French toast, and definitely not on The Strip, so it’s a top pick, too. It’s got mixed berries and and maple syrup to go with it.
Next up is the vegan chicken and waffles. Again, one of the only spots on The Strip to get this dish. The scallion waffles come with crispy Gardein chicken and a spicy maple syrup.
Lunch options at Terrace Pointe Cafe
For lunch eats, Terrace Pointe has a couple of vegan options. First up, the apps. You can order Impossible sliders with shiitake mushrooms, arugula, crispy onions, turmeric pickled cucumber with a mustard aïoli on a sesame bun.
When it comes to salads, there are two — a super food salad and a chopped salad.
Sadly, the restaurant doesn’t have any main courses other than salads that are vegan.
Wynn Las Vegas, 3131 S. Las Vegas Blvd., 89109; 702-770-7000; 6 a.m. – 3 p.m.