If you’re vegan and heading to the Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas this weekend, you’re going to need to know what to eat. While there are plenty of options if you’re not vegan, there are far less if you are. But, rest assured, there is vegan food at EDC.
We reached out to the folks at EDC so we could share the vegan options at EDC wit you and were provided a list of vendors with vegan options.
Vegan options at EDC include:
American Concessions – vegan personal pie, vegan grilled cheese
Dragon Grille – buglogi kmichi fries (can be made vegan), chicken rice bowl (can be made vegan)
Honey Rolls Ice Cream – Strawberry Field, Cookies & Cream, peanut butter chocolate, green tea
Naked City Pizza at Carnival Square – vegan nachos
Naked City Pizza – vegan Italian nachos
Pichana Steak Truck – vegan bowl (Editor note: yesss for the steak truck having a vegan option)
Pooja’s Cuisine of India – vegan plate
The Lunch Crew Catering – vegan Italian roasted wrap
Based on the concessions list, there are plenty of vegetarian options, as well as gluten-free (but not vegan and gluten-free from the information we were provided). If a vendor has vegetarian and you’d like it made vegan, ask and see what can be done.
Vendors with vegetarian options which may be able to be modified:
Chubby Cattle – grilled skewers
Fat Dog Kitchen – veggie and rice bowl
G.O.A.T. Sports Bar – steak cut fries
JK Events – criss cut fries
Just Concessions – sushi veggie roll
Latin Fusion Grill – tofu Al Pastor tacos
Maui Wowi – smoothies
Neal’s Family Food – Italian ice
Omings Kitchen – tofu rice bowl
Philly Freeze Me – Italian ice
Soooo Good – gourmet pretzel, frozen lemonade
Strawberry Fields – smoothies, fresh Thai coconut, berry bowls
The Lab Hawaiian Shave Ice – shave ice, Dole whip
Treasure Ice Land – shaved ice
Tropical Smoothie – smoothies, berry bowl
Truck N Yaki – teriyaki tofu Japanese burrito
If cross-contamination is an issue, please confirm with the specific business. If you have any questions, please direct them to the vendors. We have no additional information.
Want more vegan food outside of EDC? We’ve got the Las Vegas Vegan Food Guide LOADED with vegan eats all over Las Vegas.
Diana Edelman is the founder of Vegans, Baby. She previously lived and worked in Thailand working for an elephant sanctuary and has traveled around the world speaking about the realities of elephant tourism, being a positive activist and entrepreneur at events including TBEX, SEED Food + Wine, VegFest Puerto Rico, VegFest Toronto and more. Diana is a proud partner with the James Beard Foundation and curates their Vegas Vegan Dinner series at the famous James Beard House, as well as the vegan activation, The Farm Stand, at Las Vegas’ Life Is Beautiful festival.