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VegOut Guide to Vegan Dining at Las Vegas Resorts

No need to gamble on vegan options at these resort restaurants!

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No need to gamble on vegan options at these resort restaurants!

Vegan dining at resorts in Las Vegas has gotten easier and easier over the years. To help you plan your next trip to Sin City, check out this guide to all the best options along the Strip.

ARIA Resort & Casino



Treat yourself to a swanky dinner at CATCH! Easily pick out the vegan options on the menu by looking for the “V” icon. Might we suggest the Crispy Cauliflower, Mushroom Spaghetti, and Vegan Pistachio “Cheesecake”?

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Din Tai Fung


In case you missed it, this world renowned Taiwanese restaurant crafts plenty of vegan dishes. From dumplings and noodles to bao buns and wontons, Din Tai Fung puts respect on the plant-based lifestyle!

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Bellagio Hotel & Casino



Ask for the separate vegan menu at Harvest to take the guesswork out of ordering your meal. From salads and flatbread to pasta and dessert, this restaurant honors plant-based eaters with solid options.

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Le Cirque


Although French fare is traditionally dairy-heavy, this spot caters to vegans! With 48 hours notice, Le Cirque can craft an eight-course vegan tasting menu for your party. But don’t worry, you can always order plant-based items a la carte as well.

Le Cirque interior

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Overlook the iconic Bellagio fountains and enjoy a plant-based meal at Picasso! The five-course vegan meal includes Spring Pea Salad, Vegetable Panache, Roasted Eggplant, Vegetable Paella, and a rotating dessert.

Picasso interior of restaurant

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Caesars Palace

Hell’s Kitchen


Known for harshly criticizing vegan food back in the day, Gordon Ramsay has turned over a new leaf—or at least his restaurant has. Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace offers a variety of vegan dishes like Pan Seared Tofu Scallops, Vegan Artichoke Risotto, Steamed Root Vegetables, and a Coconut 3-Ways dessert.

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Did you know this world-renowned Japanese restaurant caters to vegans? Nobu’s plant-based picks range from Edamame and Vegetable Tacos to Eggplant with Miso and Vegetable Maki. Be sure to let your server know that you are vegan so they can go over all of the options with you.

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True Food Kitchen


If you’ve been to a True Food Kitchen before, you already know the deal! This health-forward restaurant serves many veganizable dishes. The Korean Noodle Bowl, Spinach & Mushroom Pizza, and Vegan Double Cheeseburger are few VegOut faves.

True Food Kitchen vegan dishes

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The Cosmopolitan

Beauty & Essex


You’re going to want to book a reservation for Beauty & Essex, because they offer a vegan menu upon request! Peruse the high-end restaurant’s plant-based appetizers, mains, desserts, and drinks, and get ready to live it up—Vegas style!

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China Poblano


Inspired by award-winning Chef José Andrés’ travels to China and Mexico, this fusion restaurant introduces a whole new realm of flavor combinations. Several of the dishes can be ordered vegan upon request, including a vegan rendition of the multi-course tasting menu!

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Mandalay Bay

Border Grill


You can always count on Mexican restaurants to have at least a few plant-based dishes—and Border Grill is no exception! Their menu features clearly labeled vegan and veganizable dishes like the Chile Relleno Burger, Crispy Diablo Cauliflower Tacos, and Portobello Mushroom Molitas.

Border Grill vegan drinks

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Hussong’s Cantina


There’s another vegan-friendly Mexican restaurant at Mandalay Bay! Hussong’s Cantina provides a separate vegan menu showcasing classics like elote, enchiladas, chilaquiles, and more. Be sure to order a slice of chocolate cake for dessert.

Hussong’s Cantina vegan tacos

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Slice of Vegas


Instead of settling for a cheese-less pizza with veggies, you can indulge in vegan versions of all the pizza shop classics at Slice of Vegas! From Garlic Knots and Meatless Meatballs to Pizza, Calzones, and Stromboli, Slice of Vegas truly is the ultimate vegan pizza destination in Las Vegas.

Vegan pizza from Slice of Vegas

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Resorts World


The highly acclaimed Los Angeles vegan restaurant has finally made its way to Vegas! Try some of Crossroads’ most popular meals like the Calamari Fritti, Spaghetti Carbonara, and Truffle Mushroom Bianca Pizza. Or go for the five or seven-course tasting menu to sample a wider variety of items.

Crossroads vegan truffle pizza

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Craig’s Vegan


You’ll always feel like a high-roller when you go to Craig’s Vegan! The scoop shop serves vegan ice cream in cups and cones with an array of toppings. Now, although this spot is named after the plant-based ice cream brand, not all of the toppings are vegan so order carefully.

Craig's Vegan ice cream

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The Venetian

Truth & Tonic

Recognized as the first vegan restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip, Truth & Tonic is an ideal stop for plant-based eaters. Have a field day with the fully vegan menu of smoothies, frittatas, fancy toasts, salads, wraps, and other nutrient-dense picks.

Truth & Tonic vegan meal

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Wonder how Miznon’s Original World Famous Baby Cauliflower got its name? Give the vegan dish a try and you’ll know! Don’t forget to ask about Miznon’s other vegan-friendly Mediterranean street food dishes while you’re there.

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BRERA osteria


BRERA osteria’s Go Vegan Tasting Menu shows the world that plant-based travel can be both easy and lavish! The four-course meal features Chopped Salad, Garganelli or Farro Risotto, Spiced Polenta, Cauliflower, or Eggplant, and Coconut Tapioca Pudding for dessert. Did we mention the entire meal is just $55?

BRERA osteria interior

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Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer


This popular burger bar has a few vegan-friendly dishes. For starters, Black Tap’s Vegan Falafel Burger is 100% plant-based as-is. In addition, many of their other burger and salad offerings can be made vegan when ordered with a falafel patty, vegan feta cheese, and Dave’s bun—sans dairy products like aioli. Don’t forget to ask about their vegan-friendly Vanilla Cookie Shake as well!

Black Tap

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Mott 32


The search for vegan Chinese food in Las Vegas ends at Mott 32! This elegant restaurant crafts a plethora of plant-based menu items featuring vegan cod, pork, chicken, and beef. Of course, you can find vegetable staples as well.

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Request a vegan menu to see what SUGARCANE has to offer—or keep reading and we’ll tell you! Farm Fresh Green Salad, Brussels Sprouts, Crispy Smashed Potato, Asparagus, Sweet Corn, and Seasonal Mushrooms conclude the 100% plant-based offerings at this Las Vegas restaurant.

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Who knew there were so many restaurants at The Venetian with separate vegan menus? And SUSHISAMBA’s plant-based list is overflowing with flavorful items. Vegan maki, nigiri, robata, and mochi are a few bites to expect during your visit.

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The Wynn



Pasta, pizza, and meatballs—oh my! The vegan options at Allegro cover all the classic Italian food bases. You might as well go all out and order a glass of Veuve Clicquot to complete your meal, you deserve it!

Interior of Allegro

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La Cave


It seems hotel restaurants have come a long way from the only vegan options being a salad and fries. Or at least The Wynn’s restaurants have! La Cave’s plant-based selections include Impossible Tacos, Hearts of Palm Crab Cake, Mushroom Tortellini, Roasted Tomato Risotto, and a Baby Beet Salad.

Interior of La Cave

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Red 8


If there’s vegan dim sum, we’re there! Red 8 crafts potstickers, dumplings, and a variety of other Chinese bites. Be sure to let your server know that you’re vegan so they can guide you through your plant-based dining experience.

Red 8 interior

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Italian food and jazz music meet at this classy resort restaurant! Sinatra’s Well Living Menu presents several vegan dishes—most notably, the Gardein Parmigiana. Featuring Gardein Chick’n, vegan mozzarella cheese, and pomodoro sauce, this entrée is bound to fill you up.

Sinatra interior

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If you’re looking for vegan breakfast at The Wynn, Tableau is your best bet! Whether you prefer sweet dishes like pancakes and oatmeal or savory bites like scrambles and avocado toast, this restaurant has you covered.

Tableau interior

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There’s not one, but two restaurants that offer vegan dim sum at The Wynn! Not only that, Wazuzu also offers vegan sushi rolls, fried rice, and noodle dishes galore. So make a reservation and come hungry!

Interior of Wazuzu

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Allie Mitchell

Allie Mitchell


When Allie responded to an Instagram post on @vegoutlosangeles a few years ago, she had no idea she’d join the coolest vegan team on the planet. An Austin native, actress, yogi, and part-time sword fighter (don’t ask!), Allie is on a mission to live her best life and inspire others to do the same. She graduated from Hussian College In Studio with a B.F.A. in Contemporary Musical Theatre + Film and currently acts, writes, and eats her way through Los Angeles.

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