The Mayfair Supper Club isn’t your normal Las Vegas restaurant. But, it is what you’d expect from a Las Vegas restaurant when it goes all out. Thankfully, The Mayfair Supper Club has some vegan options so you’re not left out of the mesmerizing, fun, immersive and glamorous experience that takes place the Bellagio.
Las Vegas Vegan-Friendly Restaurant: The Mayfair Supper Club
The restaurant itself has a 1920s mermaid-under-the-sea prohibition vibe and we are basically obsessed. But, it’s the total package complete with a band, singers, dancers and the breathtaking fountains of the Bellagio dancing behind them that steals our heart.
Depending on when you go, the night evolves. Broken into acts which starts when the doors open and continues until close, the evening beings with a pianist. The Second Act of the evening treats guests to a male and female vocalist belting out songs accompanied by a multi-piece band complete with jazz tunes and costumes. The night continues with the Third Act, with the entire service team and performers getting in on the supper club action. Editor’s Note: due to the pandemic performances may be modified.
Honestly, we could come here just for the ambience and shows and never eat a bit. But, you’re not reading this for us to tell you that; you want to know what is vegan.
Vegan options at The Mayfair Supper Club
TBH, there aren’t a whole lot of options, but the ones they have are fantastic.
If you want to start with an appetizer, the heirloom tomato salad comes with green tomato tapenade, shallots and micro greens. Actually, even if you aren’t really feeling a starter, order this.
While it’s not on the menu, if you ask nicely, the chef may make you a perfectly flavored cucumber hand roll with the best wasabi we’ve ever had.
For dinner, you’ve got two options — the vegetable pot pie or the eggplant capanoara. The vegan pot pie is a celery root velouté with seasonal vegetable. The dish comes topped with herbs and puff pastry moons.
The eggplant features onions, golden raisins, Calabrian chili and capers on top of roasted slices of eggplant. Pickled eggplant, candied peanuts, celery leafy and mint top it all off.
Once hours resume to post-pandemic glory and the suppler club stays open past 10 p.,m., you’re walking into Mayfair After Dark (Friday – Saturday, 11 p.m. – 3 a.m.) which features a DJ and live musical acts.
There aren’t any vegan options that late, but you can grab a drink.
The Mayfair starts the week with Jazz Sundays with singers performing from the Great American Songbook.
Bellagio Hotel and Casino, 3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd., 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. — Phase Two
Diana Edelman is the founder of Vegans, Baby and has emerged as the face of plant-based dining in Las Vegas and the leading plant-based restaurant consultant in the city. She spent a decade in the travel blogging world before switching gears to work in elephant rescue in Thailand. Diana travels the world to meet chefs and try vegan food, as well as speak at events focusing on travel, tourism, veganism and entrepreneurship. She’s a partner with the prestigious James Beard Foundation and curates their Vegas Vegan Dinners at the James Beard House. Diana is also a partner with Life is Beautiful, curating the all-vegan Farm Stand.