Just in time for National Pizza Day, we’ve compiled our top picks for where to eat the best vegan pizza in Las Vegas right now. From totally vegetarian pizza joints to vegan-friendly pizzas, this is your guide to our favorite spots for vegan pizza in Vegas.
The best vegan pizza at Las Vegas vegan restaurants
This hidden gem, Veganos Kitchen, is an all-vegan restaurant in North Las Vegas. While the bulk of the Las Vegas vegan restaurant’s offerings are Mexican, they also make mean pizzas. Think vegan pizza that is reminiscent of pizzas you scarfed down at the beach or after a long night out. Covered in VioLife cheese, they come in a variety of options including the best vegan pepperoni pizza in Vegas.
Another all vegan restaurant in Las Vegas, VegeNation offers a few vegan pizzas on its menu. Our favorite is the Mac N Cheese pizza topped with creamy mac and cheese, chipotle ranch and blazin’ Doritos. They’ve also got a spicy picante pineapple pizza and the Ciao Margarita, you’re basic vegan cheese pizza. Want gluten-free? They have cauliflower crust you can swap out to make it GF.
Vegetarian restaurants in Las Vegas with the best vegan pizza
While it isn’t a restaurant per se, Pizza 108 is a vegetarian ghost restaurant that operates out of a kitchen and offers pick-up and delivery only. They offer only vegetarian and vegan pizzas and make their cheese in-house.
Ariela’s Pizza and Kosher Kitchen
This vegetarian restaurant in Summerlin has a heavy focus on vegan options. Offering a variety of vegan pizza featuring homemade everything, Ariela’s Pizza and Kosher Kitchen has a variety of pizzas you can order. Our top pick? The vegan sausage pizza.
Vegan-friendly restaurants with the best vegan pizza
The Downtown hang out that pays homage to Evel Knevel, Evel Pie, launched a new and massive vegan menu in January 2020. Now, the popular pizza joint has six different types of vegan pizza that come covered in Follow Your Heart cheese and topped with everything from mushrooms (the 420 white pizza is a must) to bbq sauce. Be sure to ask for their new jalapeño cilantro sauce for dipping the crust in.
Flour & Barley
The brick-oven pizzeria, Flour & Barley, is a great place for vegan pizza if you’re on The Strip. Centrally located at The Linq, head there and then bop over to check out magician Mat Franco, who’s also vegan.
Good Pie, which moves into its new home in the Arts District soon, offers some of the best vegan pizza in the city. Available in Grandma style and Detroit deep dish, they use a blend of Follow Your Heart and Good Planet cheeses or their vegan pies.
IDK Pizza is the only spot in town to use Miyoko’s cheese on their pizzas, and we dig it. They also offer cauliflower crust as an option.
The family-owned Lucino’s Pizza is a new kid on the block. Located in East Las Vegas, this Philly-style pizza comes topped with Nozzarella, another cheese not being used much around town.
Naked City Pizza
We’ve been long-time fans of Naked City Pizza and were so excited when they launched vegan pizzas in late 2018. Now available at nearly every location, the popular spot has four vegan pizzas to choose from like Run it Through the Garden that comes loaded with veggies. If you’re a fan of pizza sauce, be sure to ask for extra; it’s that good.
Pop Up Pizza
Another Downtown Las Vegas pizza shop, Pop Up Pizza is located inside the Plaza Hotel & Casino. This larger-than-life pizza is fantastic and uses Daiya (but you’ll actually really like it on this pizza!).
Most people probably haven’t heard of Settebello, so we hope to change that. This Italian joint has vegan pizza you’ll love.
Slice of Vegas
One of the first restaurants in the city to have a massive vegan menu, Slice of Vegas is one of the best places on The Strip to go for vegan pizza. They offer a nice selection of pies to choose from, all of which can feed a small army.
The Pizza Company
The Pizza Company has been in the vegan pizza game in Las Vegas for longer than we’ve been writing on here. With housemade cashew cheese and regular specials, this spot is one of the best in Vegas for vegan pizza. Be sure to get the garlic knots, too.
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.