Vegan Options in the Las Vegas Arts District
The Las Vegas Arts District has come along way since its makeover a few years ago. Today, the Arts District is one of the city’s most vegan-friendly parts of town thanks to the abundance of restaurants and breweries opening.
From north of Charleston to Oakey, it’s easy to find vegan food in the neighborhood. Here’s a map with all the restaurants offering vegan food in the Las Vegas Arts District.
Here, you can find everything from all vegan and vegan pop-ups to vegan pizza, brunch, bar snacks and more. Much more.
Let’s start with the all vegan action. Tacotarian’s Downtown location makes it the only brick and mortar vegan restaurant in the vicinity.
Since they opened late 2019, they’ve garnered attention for their vast selection of tacos, margaritas and more. In spring 2021, Vice President Kamala Harris and her team stopped in for a visit, catapulting the local restaurant to the international stage.
Paradise City Creamery
Across the street from Tacotarian, you can find Paradise City Creamery popping up every Thursday through Sunday outside Garagiste.
The all-vegan, decadent ice cream pop-up offers sexy concoctions pairing mezcal with vanilla, glittery gold cones and chocolate dipped cherries. With a goal of sharing indulgent ice cream with meaningful conversation to amplify the voices of sex workers creator Valerie Stunning, a former sex worker, donates a portion of proceeds to help sex workers.
The newly opened Taverna Costera is a Mediterranean restaurant with a heavy focus on plants. Like Main St., the vegan dishes here are plant-forward; you won’t find any mock meats or cheese, just veggies flavored to perfection in creative dishes. They’re doing magical things with mushrooms you’ve got to order to believe. Plus, their rooftop deck is the perfect spot (when it’s not as hot as the surface of the sun outside) to sip one of their specialty cocktails and watching the sun set behind Mt. Charleston.
Golden Fog Coffee
Golden Fog is a coffee shop that’s all vegetarian. They serve popular eats from local vegan restaurants. Here, you can order the breakfast sandwich from Garden Grill, breakfast burrito from Tacotarian, sliders from Vintage Vegan Diner and donuts from Ronald’s Donuts.
Main St. Provisions
Main St. Provisions has taken American comfort food and twisted it, courtesy of Executive Chef Justin Hall.
Vegan dishes here are plant-forward and include eats like puffy fry bread to dip in hominy, the best salads you’ll have, leek empanadas and more. Plus, for dessert they’ve got a vegan sundae featuring Paradise City scoops topped with vegan whipped cream.
Yu-Or-Mi Sushi Bar
This cozy sushi spot serves up a variety of vegan options including salads, hot rice bowls and, of course, sushi. Take a chance on the vegan omakase at Yu-Or-Mi — you won’t be disappointed.
One of the city’s most popular restaurants, Esther’s Kitchen has one fully vegan dish on the menu for lunch (a sandwich) and dinner (a risotto).
You can tweak some of dishes to be vegan, like salads and pizza since they’ve got vegan cheese in the kitchen.
DE Thai Kitchen
The tiny DE Thai Kitchen packs some powerful vegan Thai food into their menu. Choose from eats like the Northern Thai specialty, khao soi (let them know you’re vegan), or order up staples like pad thai wthout egg, or fried tofu.
Cornish Pasty Co
Cornish Pasty Co offers a rotation of vegan pasty selections to try. Pastries are traditionally filled with diced meats and veggies, but here they can swap out the fillings for vegan versions like spinach and vegan cheese. Call ahead so your vegan pasty dreams don’t get dashed; they can run out before dinner.
Makers & Finders
The hip Latin-inspired coffee shop and restaurant recently revamped their vegan options to include even more eats like a JUST Egg and sausage sandwich. Plus, Makers has crowd favorites like their empanada bowls filled with veggies, and more.
Vesta Coffee Roasters
Start your morning at Vesta with their macadamia almond latte. Swoon. Then, order the avocado toast basic version served on sourdough. They’ve also got a black bean patty sandwich with aquafaba aioli, greens, pickled onion and more sandwiched between sourdough toast. Finally, Vesta has overnight oats that are vegan.
Nevada Brew Works
Grab a beer and enjoy a vegan pizza here. The veggie pizza uses Daiya, and despite Daiya’s reputation for meh cheese, it’s quite good.
18bin has a large selection of vegan eats. They’ve got dishes like beet and avocado sashimi with vegan feta, a black bean burger, cauliflower wings, and even a vegan grilled cheese.
Berlin Las Vegas
This fun bar also offers vegan food like a vegan corndog and fries, vegan tacos, vegan burger, vegan chili, hummus and chips and salsa.
Davy’s on Main St. has a few vegan options to accompany their drinks.
This antique shop/bar has a vegan hot dog to eat, but no bun to put it in. But, whatever.
This cocktail/reggae bar offers stellar cocktails and an Impossible burger and a chana masala curry that’s vegan.
Pre-pandemic, Able Baker had quite a few vegan options. Now, they’ve got a vegan burger but no bun to put it in, and some salads they can tweak, and sides like fries.