Take Your Vegan Friend to These Restaurants ASAP
Written By: Ryan Leuteritz Best Vegan Restaurants Las Vegas
No Meat, Nacho Problem
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While dominating the world of professional poker and eventually earning herself a spot in the “Ladies Poker Hall of Fame,” Violette’s Vegan founder and president, Cyndy Violette was known for her healthy diet and lifestyle. She has since transformed her love for vegan cuisine into a chain of successful vegan restaurants that serve things like smoothies, shakes, salads and even this delectable plate of Red Rock Nachos.
8560 W Desert Inn Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89117
From their appearance on “Shark Tank,” to their recent announcement of four new international locations, Cinnaholic is definitely on the rise. This successful cinnamon roll chain has taken vegan cuisine to a new level, providing gourmet cinnamon rolls topped with decadent frostings and fixins. One of their most popular creations is the Nuts Over Chocolate Roll, made with chocolate frosting and topped with walnuts, pecans and almonds.
7920 W Tropical Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV 89149
Keep it Local
VegeNation is a community-based restaurant, meaning that they work with local entities to source their ingredients such as small businesses, school garden programs and community gardens. This friendly, locally-inspired spot specializes in serving fresh, plant-based, street food, like these carne asada tacos, topped with guac and sour cream and served with a side of posole.
616 Carson Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Let’s Taco Bout It
Some people think that being vegan, means you’ll miss out on many delicious cuisines. Pancho’s Tacos aims to dispel that idea, providing Las Vegas with authentic plant-based Mexican food. They obviously specialize in tacos, but they also provide enchiladas, burritos, sopes and huaraches.
Pancho’s Vegan Tacos
4865 S Pecos Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89121
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Simply yummy our “CICI” bowl: kale, spinach, gala apple 🍎, sweet potato 🍠, garlic almond, dried cherries with balsamic maple dressings. Add a protein of your choice (optional) served with complimentary vegan bread @purplepotatolv #vegan #vegasvegan #henderson #summerlin #lasvegas #vegas #healthybowl #saladbowl #vegassalad #greens . . @samuel_zr1 @juliatucker_ @bratney.m.j @wandering_jess @lauraliii17 @bunnykendra @ali.the.gemini @vegastastes @gregorius2424 @eliseapricot @jeanettepadillavega @vegasvegfest @samanthaannelyse @karlos_vegas @ericalandis @kaelovesyou @realtorshannonp @ramseyhong @sam.moth @dongkyuvery @gizzyfit73 @hungryinvegas @one7pr @hibsyoga
The Purple Potato has an extensive plant-based menu, but they specialize in bowls and wraps, including the Cici bowl, which contains kale, spinach, gala apple, sweet potato, garlic almond, dried cherries and balsamic maple dressing. They also provide an option to make your own bowl or wrap, in which customers choose their base, protein, dressing and other fresh veggie toppings.
10090 S Eastern Ave, Ste 110
Henderson, NV 89052
Take a Pizza My Heart
This Americana vegan spot features delicious vegan alternatives to dishes that everyone loves, like this pizza. Vegan “parmesan,” anyone?
Go Vegan Cafe
5875 S Rainbow Blvd, Ste 104
Las Vegas, NV 89118