Are you looking for a vegan-friendly restaurant in Las Vegas for Valentine’s Day? With so many vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants to choose from, it isn’t always easy to pick that perfect spot to celebrate Valentine’s Day. We’ve got all you Las Vegas vegans covered for a vegan Valentine’s Day experience.
We’ve picked five restaurants that offer some serious ambience and incredible vegan food for Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas. Whether you’re looking for extravagant sushi and sake, cozy dining pods, tasting menu and more, this guide to where to eat on Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas with vegan options has it all.
As a side note: Nevada currently has restrictions in place for dining. Restaurants are limited to 25 percent capacity and masks are required at all times unless sitting at the table dining. In addition, reservations are required, so make yours soon. If you are not comfortable dining in a restaurant, you can also get your food to-go. Some restaurants also offer delivery options.
Want more romantic restaurants? We’ve got a guide to our favorite romantic restaurants in Las Vegas that are vegan-friendly and our top five picks for Valentine’s Day on The Strip.
Where to eat on Valentine’s Day with vegan food
1. Chikyū Vegan Sushi and Izakaya
With the dining room once again open, Chikyū is our top pick for a vegan Valentine’s Day meal in Las Vegas. The sushi at this Las Vegas vegan restaurant is creative, gorgeous and divine. Their specialty rolls are where it’s at. For example, we’re obsessed with the Desert Gold. This roll features tempura-fried tofu and tapioca topped with spicy tofu, negi, ito togarashi, sesame, microgreens, and a secret sauce. Plus, they have other small plates to share with your plus-one. Finally, when it comes to drinks, explore their sake program.
2. Esther’s Kitchen
While Esther’s Kitchen isn’t featured on Vegans, Baby because they don’t offer three specific vegan options, they’re still on the list. Recently, Esther’s added dining pods outside to enjoy an intimate meal and remain socially distanced. The food here is rustic Italian and options include homemade sourdough bread, salads (hold the meat and/or cheese), modified pasta dishes and the vegan winter squash risotto. In addition, wine here starts at $40 a bottle. Score.
3. Main St. Provisions
PHOTO: MAIN ST PROVISIONS
Recently opened on Main Street in the Arts District, Main St. Provisions is a vegan-friendly restaurant in Las Vegas. Step inside this mid-century modern venue and enjoy a plant-forward menu with dishes like fry bread with hominy hummus, slow-roasted Carolina BBQ yam, and more. Furthermore, the Now On Stage Sundae features a trio of plant-based ice cream from Paradise City Creamery topped with roasted peanuts, molasses fudge and coconut whipped cream.
4. EDO Gastro Tapas & Wine
Up next is EDO. We’re a long-time fan of EDO and their vegan offerings. This cozy and elegant Spanish restaurant offers a vegan tasting menu that’s featured in the 2021 Las Vegas Vegan Dining Guide. The tasting menu features six courses and dessert for $50 per person. It includes show-stoppers like the green tartare with zucchini and avocado with a pistachio vinaigrette.
5. Yu-Or-Mi Sushi
Finally, there’s Yu-Or-Mi. Yes, we included another sushi spot on our Las Vegas vegan Valentine’s Day Off-Strip dining guide. Yu-Or-Mi Sushi opened late 2020 in the Arts District. This hip restaurant offers a gorgeous vegan omakase and a chef who loves to get creative with plants. Plus, they have a large sake menu to indulge.