Vegan food near me: Your guide to the vegan restaurants in Las Vegas
There are more than 20 vegan restaurants in Las Vegas. If you’re looking for the best vegan food in Las Vegas, now you can find them in our 2023 Las Vegas Vegan Dining Guide.
Want to know more about the Las Vegas vegan restaurants? We’ve got you covered from the Las Vegas Strip to Fremont Street and all the rest of Sin City. Check out this map to see what vegan restaurants are near you.
To make it easy to find all of the vegan restaurants in Las Vegas, we put together this guide to vegan restaurants in Las Vegas, from fast food to dining in the dark. All restaurants below are entirely vegan and are either restaurants or independent ghost kitchens.
It’s time to make your taste buds happy and feast at some of the best vegan restaurants. Be sure to check back to this guide often, as the restaurant scene in Las Vegas is constantly changing and you don’t want to miss anything. There’s a reason the city continues to be named one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the country. Now, it’s time to explore on your own and discover all the amazing eats that await.
Vegan Restaurants in Las Vegas
Updated: Oct. 26, 2023
Black Out (Dining in the Dark)
Dine in pitch black darkness at Black Out (Dining in the Dark), Las Vegas’ only dining in the dark experience. Phones, watches and anything else that can emit light are stashed in lockers and your guided via server with night vision goggles to your seat. Choose from three flavor profiles (sweet, spicy, savory) and then let your other four senses take over. Lunch is four courses, dinner is six … and every single dish is plant-based. But, shhhh. They don’t promote that it’s vegan until after the meal when guests can see the menu.
Cafe No Fur
Vegan comfort food, ice cream and more await at this Chinatown restaurant. Cafe No Fur offers a variety of eats from popular wings to burgers. In 2023, they closed the dining room and it is now delivery/pick-up only. Bonus: it’s open late.
Chef Kenny’s Vegan Asian Dim Sum
Opened in June 2021, Chef Kenny’s Vegan Dim Sum offers a a full menu of veganized dim sum, plus staples from his now-closed Chef Kenny’s Asian Vegan Restaurant. Chef Kenny Chye is basically a celebrity in the Las Vegas vegan world.
Popular plant-based cinnamon buns, savory eats and more. Multiple Vegas locations.
Celeb chef Tal Ronnen brings his upscale vegan concept, Crossroads Kitchen, to Resorts World Las Vegas. It’s the city’s first vegan fine dining establishment. Open for an all-you-can-eat brunch buffet on Sundays and dinner every night, the popular Mediterranean restaurant is the only vegan restaurant on The Strip open for dinner.
Daikon Vegan Sushi & More
Daikon Vegan Sushi & More is located just outside Summerlin and is an Asian fusion spot. They serve vegan sushi rolls, main courses like tonkatsu, and dessert. They also have fresh juices and smoothies.
Festival and farmers market favorite Garden Grill opened its brick and mortar location summer 2019. If they’re offering the Thrillist, a donut filled with breaded chicken and topped with bacon and cheese — get it. The restaurant offers fast food fare like fried chicken sandwiches, tacos and more. They’ve also got vegan soft serve ice cream.
Graze Kitchen changed ownership in 2023, which also meant it changed its menu. Taking up the kitchen is beloved Go Vegan plant-based dishes including house-made burgers, gluten-free options (the entire menu is GF!). Sadly, Chef Amelia’s Korean BBQ nachos have been replaced, but you can build your own plant-based cuisine here.
The Modern Vegan, located near UNLV, is where tourists go for all the vegan comfort food. Heaping plates of mashed potatoes topped with chicken and waffles live here and the extensive menus cover breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus desserts and drinks.
The former pop-up now has a home. NoButcher is Las Vegas’ first plant-based deli. It’s one of the best spots for vegan sandwiches like the Pulled NoPork, or Italian Cold Cuts and add on some sides and dessert. In true butcher form, they also sell vegan meats to take home. Plus, they regularly create incredible special subs that cause folks to go wild. Hint: get them when they’ve got ’em.
Plant Power Fast Food
Plant Power Fast Food makes its debut outside of California. Located in Northwest Las Vegas, Plant Power Fast Food serves up veganized versions of popular fast food dishes. It’s also an eco-friendly restaurant with initiatives in place to make it a sustainable restaurant.
Creative and gorgeous Asian cuisine in a posh setting make this the perfect spot for a date night. The restaurant went from vegetarian to vegan late 2022.
Smash Me Baby
All-vegan burger ghost kitchen that opened Feb. 2022. Serving burgers, nuggets, tacos and more.
Soy Mexican Veggie-Vegan Eatery
Formerly a tiny take-away spot on Las Vegas Blvd., Soy Mexican relocated to Boulevard Mall in fall 2021. The popular Mexican spot serves up a handful of tacos and burritos.
This neighborhood taco shop is so much more than that. With a menu created by Executive Chef John Simmons of Firefly and Tacos + Beer, Tacotarian serves up a dozen tacos, plus Mexican staples like enchiladas, and then some funky twists like Taki Elotes (Taki covered elote). Plus, they’ve got booze and one of the best vegan brunches in town weekends from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. They have four locations — southwest Las Vegas, Blue Diamond, Henderson and the Arts District. The also recently opened in San Diego, so if you’re looking for vegan food there, Tacotarian is a sure best.
This all-vegan Italian restaurant in Las Vegas is pure Italian heaven. They’ve got everything from stuffed mushrooms to flatbreads to our favorite, chicken parm. Plus, the vegan desserts here are some of the best in town. They regularly get included in best of round-ups for their eats and it’s a perfect spot for a vegan foodie.
Truth & Tonic Wellness Cafe at Canyon Ranch Spa + Fitness Las Vegas
If you’re looking for healthy vegan restaurants in Las Vegas, look no more. This wellness cafe nabs the honor of being the first fully vegan restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip. Open for breakfast and lunch, Truth & Tonic offers delicious and healthy plant-based food. The menu is created by Executive Chef Pete Ghione who has dedicated more than a decade to tapping into the healing properties of food. When it comes to plant-based cuisine, Truth & Tonic nail it. The restaurant is ideal for people who live a plant-based lifestyle and want clean ingredients and eats while in Las Vegas. It’s a bit of a trek once you’re inside the Venetian (it’s inside Canyon Ranch), but the long walk is worth the food and drinks being served there.
Our favorite vegan restaurant in Las Vegas serving Mexican food is Veganos Kitchen located on N. Rancho. Seriously. We drive across town to sink our teeth into their carne asada burrito. The vegan Mexican restaurant in Las Vegas offers up Beyond Meat burgers, tacos, quesadillas and more. While you’re there, try their vegan pizzas. They’re the perfect combo of greasy goodness and flavor to make your mouth (and belly) happy.
Vegas Vegan Culinary School and Eatery
One of the nation’s only non-accredited vegan cooking schools, Vegas Vegan Culinary School and Eatery aims to make cooking and eating vegan fun. Attached to the school is an eatery that features deli eats, comfort food like pastas, soups and sandwiches, desserts and weekend brunch. Fast casual weekdays and full-service weekends, Vegas Vegan Culinary is located in Downtown Las Vegas near the Arts District and has a calendar of classes available to attend.
VeggiEat Xpress serves Asian favorites from Chinese dishes like General Tsos to pho to Vietnamese sandwiches and even sushi. VeggieEat Xpress has a large menu featuring both mock meats and veggies.
Self-proclaimed healthy fast food spot Veggy Street converted to an all-vegan restaurant in its infancy and has since grown to two locations. And we’re so glad they did. This vegan option in Las Vegas offers up a wide variety of food, from burritos and tacos to burgers, hot dogs and the “tacopica” — a tapioca taco shell. The flavors here are on point and we can’t get enough of juices they’ve created, either. They’ve got two locations in town — one in Silverado Ranch and one in Spring Valley.