Las Vegas is one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the USA. From the ‘burbs to The Strip, vegan options abound thanks in part to the growing number of vegan restaurants and vegan options at non-vegan ones. The Strip restaurants are slower to add actual vegan dishes to their menus, so where are the best Las Vegas hotels with vegan options?
If you’re planning a Las Vegas vacation but want to find vegan food without having to get it delivered, we’ve got you. There are a number of hotels with vegan options on The Strip.
Here’s a list of the most vegan-friendly hotels in Las Vegas on the world-famous Strip.
Las Vegas hotels with vegan options
No matter where you stay on The Strip, there are always restaurants and chefs who can make something vegan if it’s not on the menu. This list of Las Vegas hotels with vegan options is based on restaurants with vegan dishes on their menu.
Wynn Las Vegas/Encore at Wynn
Mizumi at Wynn is Japanese fine-dining
When it comes to Las Vegas hotels with vegan options, Wynn and Encore take the plant-based cake. Every restaurant at both properties has a vegan menu. Expect to fork out some dough for the dishes, these properties are some of the most expensive in town. Go for brunch at Terrace Pointe Cafe, or head to a gorgeous dinner at Lakeside.
We’re not going to lie — there are tons of options here, including upscale/high-end dining. But, there are more impressive menus at other restaurants in Las Vegas hotels.
So, if you’re planning on sticking to one property (or you know, joint hotels), these two are a sure bet. Adjacent are The Venetian and Palazzo, which offer more vegan options on The Strip.
The Venetian Las Vegas/The Palazzo
Truth & Tonic is The Strip’s only vegan restaurant
The Venetian and Palazzo are also vegan-friendly Las Vegas hotels. In fact, The Strip’s first all-vegan restaurant is tucked into Canyon Ranch Spa + Fitness, which is in Venetian. Truth & Tonic, helmed by Chef Pete Ghione is entirely vegan. It’s open for breakfast and lunch daily and makes a mean Just Egg Frittata.
Black Tap’s vegan shake
Caesars Palace and The Forum Shops have a few restaurants with vegan options. First, there’s Sushi Roku. The hip sushi spot offers a vegan tasting menu in the Shops. Then, there’s True Food Kitchen serving up plant-based seasonal fare.
Over in the resort, Nobu has you covered for upscale vegan dining on The Strip. The omakase menu takes guests through a myriad of exquisite plant-based Asian fare.
Finally, outside of the hotel is Hell’s Kitchen. While the menu is small for vegan options, Gordon Ramsey has graciously added a few, including tofu scallops.
Bonus: head over to Bellagio to enjoy vegan eats at The Mayfair, a swanky supper club.
ARIA Resort & Casino
The cauliflower from CATCH
Next, there’s ARIA. This luxe resort features one of the city’s most photographed restaurant, CATCH. The restaurant is one of our favorites and offers some of the best vegan food in town, including vegan crab cakes, sushi and an amazing pistachio cheesecake [Ed. Note: this menu may not be available during pandemic but there are still options].
Across Las Vegas Blvd. are more options, like Nacho Daddy next to Planet Hollywood and Gordon Ramsey Steak inside the property.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Beauty & Essex’s vegan menu is one of the best on The Strip
Coconut ceviche is on China Poblano’s tasting menu
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino