Your Ultimate Guide to Vegan Las Vegas – All The Places Where You Can Eat
When I was looking for a complete and fully up-to-date listing of all things vegan food in Greater Las Vegas recently, I was disappointed to find that nothing I looked at had the latest information on everything that’s happening around town. Of course, there are many websites, blogs, articles, etc., but none of them complete – and currently refreshed – to reflect the fast-changing local vegan food scene.
So here I am, joining the fray of Vegan Las Vegas, and I’m excited to report that our local scene is thriving and well! I also pledge that the below listing will go on our Health, Healing & Happiness website, where we will update it regularly!
Vegan food choices have taken Las Vegas by storm in the years after I started my Health, Healing & Happiness events in 2012. At that time, there were merely one or two options for plant-based food seekers in town, and then it slowly grew, but really started taking off over the last 5 years now.
Our city made it onto VegNew’s list for Top Vegan Cities in the USA and Las Vegas is now being named among favorite vegan destinations worldwide. The city features everything from ghost kitchens to drive-thrus to upscale fine-dining restaurants, all fully plant-based..
From early morning to late night and whether you’re in the mood for Japanese, Italian, Mediterranean, Chinese, Vietnamese, Mexican, Indian, Burgers, Pizza, Donuts, Cakes and Cookies, Raw Vegan or Dining in the Dark– we have specialty places for all of these and more!
Whether you live in town or visit our fair city, you’re never far from a variety of mouthwatering cruelty-free food!
I have been vegan for 13 years, starting here in Las Vegas, and I am fortunate to be personal friends with most of the vegan chefs and restaurant owners in town, so I have tried literally all of the food offered here with only few exceptions.
The pandemic hasn’t slowed down the plant-based movement in our city, with various new ghost kitchens and meal preps popping up since 2020. Unfortunately, we also had our share of closures brought by the difficult macro-economic environment, and we will always fondly remember beloved restaurants like POTs, Go Vegan Café or Violette’s Vegan.
I can’t wait to see what the amazing entrepreneurs behind these concepts are coming up with next!
The listings you find below are comprehensive and feature the “most wanted” sections that you might be looking for while seeking vegan food in Las Vegas. Underneath, the order is alphabetical. I added personal notes in addition to restaurant type, cuisine style, location, service hours, links and contact info.
So, dig in and start looking for whatever vegan food your heart desires!
Restaurants with Dine-In Options
BLACKOUT Dining in the Dark
Rachel and Avi Levi, founders of the One Family Animal Sanctuary have brought us BLACKOUT Dining in the Dark, which is more than just a meal; it’s a journey of the senses that will make you re-evaluate your perception of taste, smell and touch. It’s Las Vegas’ most unique dining attraction offering a complete sensory experience. The mystery menu is fully vegan and will be revealed at the end of your dining experience. Reservations are recommended and a dressy attire is suggested.
Personal note: We went twice with a few other couples and absolutely loved it! You will experience your food like never before. It is so much fun!
Style: Upscale dining
Service: Daily 5 – 11 pm
Location: Close to the Strip - 3871 S. Valley View Blvd. Ste. 8, Las Vegas 89103
The latest addition to the Las Vegas plant-based dining scene just opened its doors on September 27, 2002. Focusing on the functional health benefits of medicinal mushrooms, founder Shane Stuart created Chaga Root with nutritional and functional comfort foods and healing cleanses. The restaurant menu includes burgers, salads, soups and tacos. The cleanse menu offers a variety of multi-day superfood cleanses.
Style: Casual Dining
Cuisine: Functional food
Service: Monday – Saturday 10:45 am – 8 pm
Location: 3318 E Flamingo Rd suite d, Las Vegas, NV 89121, United States
Chef Kenny's Vegan Dim Sum
Chef Kenny Chye is a creative genius and well-loved pioneer of vegan food in Las Vegas, being the first one to bring us vegan burgers, then fancy sushi, and now dim sum! His latest eatery is large and inviting and boasts a huge menu of his signature dishes plus a separate sushi menu and the highly popular dim-sum menu.
Choose from a wide range of Asian fusion dishes with tofu, vegetables, or various vegan meats. Crowd favorites include all dim sum, crispy beef, sushi roll, walnut shrimp, wonton ramen, kung pao chicken, ice cream and cheesecake.
Personal note: this is my go-to place in Vegas as I’m a big Chinese dumpling (dim-sum) fan! Chef Kenny and his business partner Mimi are dear friends, and we take everybody to their restaurant, vegan or not, as the food is always great and everybody loves it. My favorite dishes: Mixed Mushroom Dumpling, Chived Cake, Mushroom Tofu Wrap Roll, Curry Ramen (Laksa), Chow Mein Noodles, Vegan Crunchy Roll, Vegan Spicy Tuna Roll, Cilantro Salad
Style: Family dining
Service: Daily 11:28 am – 9:33 pm. Closed for one hour 3:30 – 4:30 pm
Location: West side – 5570 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Chef Kenny's Asian Vegan Restaurant
Chef Kenny Chye’s second restaurant in town serving Asian vegan delights like sushi, noodles, stir frys, curries and much more. Crowd favorites include orange beef, sushi roll, catfish, walnut shrimp, wonton ramen, kung pao chicken, and chow mein.
Personal note: This was Chef Kenny’s second Asian restaurant in town and is still going strong. The food is consistently good and it’s a great place to bring your non-vegan friends too! Here we order Singapore Noodles, Kung Pao Chicken, Cilantro Salad and Sushi Rolls.
Style: Family dining
Service: Daily 11:28 am – 9:33 pm. Closed for one hour 3:30 – 4:30 pm
Location: West side – Korea Town Plaza - 6820 W Spring Mtn Road, Las Vegas 89146
Chikyu Vegan Sushi Bar & Izakaya
NOTE: closed until further notice
Nevada's first fully vegan Japanese restaurant opened in 2020 by Chef John Le, the original sushi chef at San Francisco’s famed Shizen restaurant. The restaurant is chic, trendy and higher-end, with every dish being a work of art. The Chikyu chefs apply classic Japanese culinary techniques to vegetables, fruits, mushrooms, and flowers to create delicious dishes that are beautiful to behold and gentle on our planet. Most of the menu is also gluten-free. Tip: they don’t accept reservations and operate on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Personal note: we have come multiple times and are always delighted by the freshness and beauty of the food! Favorites include Yuba Salad, Mariposa Lily Sushi, Stream Orchid Sushi, Shizen Shiitake
Style: Upscale dining Cuisine: Japanese
Service: Tuesday – Saturday 4:30 – 9:30 pm
Location: Henderson – 1740 E Serene Ave #130, Las Vegas, NV 89123
Las Vegas’ latest fully plant-based fine dining restaurant is the second outlet of acclaimed chef Tal Ronnen’s famous Crossroads Kitchen in LA. It is located prominently inside the Resorts World Casino and features Mediterranean-inspired and Italian plates. A full bar and stylish dining room await. Think vegan versions of Caviar and Foie Gras alongside interesting appetizers, pizzas, pastas, protein main courses, and desserts. Tasting menus are available and they recently started offering brunch. Reservations are recommended and the dress code is business casual.
Personal note: We have come twice so far and will be back for more. The restaurant is beautiful and the food is great. Personal favorites: Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms, Cheese Plate, Spicy Rigatoni Vodka, Squash Blossom Pizza, Truffle Potatoes (a must!)
Style: Upscale dining Cuisine: Mediterranean / Italian
Service: Brunch Sat & Sun 10 am – 2 pm / Lunch Mon – Fri 11 am – 2 pm / Dinner daily 5 – 10 pm (11 pm Fri & Sat)
Location: Las Vegas Strip – inside Resorts World - 3000 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
Daikon Vegan Sushi
Chef Mindy Lim brought her own take on vegan sushi to her new home in Las Vegas in 2020 to create a small vegan Sushi and Japanese restaurant with high quality made-from-scratch food. It’s a fast-food restaurant with delicious fresh, hand-made meals. Check out their ramen special on Thursdays!
Personal note: Try to grab a patio table in nice weather and indulge in one of their excellent ramen dishes! I love the creative Kale Tostada, Black Dragon Sushi Roll, Tomato Ramen, and Curry Ramen
Style: Casual dining Cuisine: Japanese
Service: Monday – Saturday 11 am – 9 pm
Location: West side – Whole Foods Plaza - 7210 W Lake Mead Blvd #1, Las Vegas 89128
Photo: Daikon Vegan Sushi - Ramen Trio
From pop-up stand with the longest lines at any event, owner Leslie Marroquin has found a home with this cute eatery on the west side of Las Vegas. Her signature Mexican dishes are gourmet vegan street fare with specialty items like Stone IPA Beer Battered Avocado Tacos, Jack Asada Tacos, and their infamous Crispy Chick’n Sandwich. Some only come for the decadent soft serve!
Personal note: we like coming for lunch on the patio for the best Chick’n Quesadilla in town and some amazing Pulled Jackfruit Tacos. Don’t miss the vegan Soft Serve! They come in changing flavors and are always delightful.
Style: Fast casual dining Cuisine: Mexican
Service: Wed – Sat 11 am – 7 pm / Sun 11 am – 3 pm
Location: West side – Sprouts Plaza - 7550 W Lake Mead Blvd Ste 8, Las Vegas 89128
Govinda's Vegan / Vegetarian Buffet Restaurant
Pure vegan / vegetarian food cooked with love and devotion at the ISKCON Temple. The food is Indian and they also offer a burger and a pasta dish. The menu changes regularly.
Personal note: we brought our “Vegan Dining Around Town” group here and it was a hit with everyone. Go for the Govinda Vegan Thali – a great sampling of Indian delicacies from the buffet.
Style: Buffet dining
Service: Lunch Mon – Sat 11 am – 2 pm / Dinner Mon – Sat 5 – 8 pm / Sun 11 am – 5 pm
Location: East Side – ISKCON Temple - 8825 Escondido St., Las Vegas 89123
Graze Kitchen is one of the newest vegan dining places in town created by Amelia Cooper and restaurant veterans Tabitha & John Simmons. It boasts a chic dining room and a full bar. You can enjoy cult classics and new favorites like the Korean BBQ Nachos with house made Cashew Queso and Gojuchang Aioli. They also offer brunch with a choice of bottomless mimosas and everyday delightful boozy drinks, because – and I quote: “we’re vegan, not sober!”
Personal note: We’ve come here for lunch and dinner and always had a good time. My favorites: Carrot Ginger Soup, Crab Cakes, Cheese Board, Korean BBQ Bowl, Golden Milk, Tea with Adaptogens
Style: Chic casual dining Cuisine: International
Service: Daily 9 am – 9 pm
Location: West Side – close to Rhodes Ranch and I-215 – 7355 Buffalo Dr. Ste 2
Me Diet Café
Health-forward breakfast and lunch staples define the menu, alongside power juices and superfood lattes & smoothies. They also offer cleanse programs. Tip: the Me Diet Café food truck tours the city and you can see the schedule on their website.
Personal note: I like their superfood lattes, smoothies and nut mylks. The omelet is nice, but ask them to make it with some juicy extras like mushrooms or spinach.
Style: Casual dining Cuisine: Omelets, Sandwiches, Juices
Service: Daily 9 am – 4 pm
Location: West side - 7293 W. Sahara Ave, Suite 8, Las Vegas, NV 89117
Vegan Deli, Dine-In and Drive-Thru run by the team Sebastian Mueller and Alecia Ghilarducci, serves up house-made vegan meats and cheeses on breads, salads or to go. Popular sandwiches include Pulled NoPork or the Aloha NoRib or NoTuna, and the amazing Greek sandwich. Don’t miss the NoEgg Salad and NoBacon Cheese Balls.
Personal note: we love ordering The Greek on Spring Salad, which makes for a lighter, very satisfying meal with the amazing Tzatziki Sauce. I take the NoEgg Salad as side dish
Style: Fast-food dining Cuisine: Deli, Sandwiches
Service: Daily 11:30 am – 6:30 pm
Location: West side – Walmart Plaza - - 3565 S Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Pancho's Vegan Tacos
A family-run vegan franchise of authentic Mexican food. It features a range of classic dishes in vegan versions including enchiladas, burritos, tostadas, tortas, tacos, pozole, nachos, and sopes. They also have weekly specials and themed days: Meatless Monday, Taco Tuesday, Nacho Wednesday, Tostada Thursday, Burrito Friday, Sope Saturday and Chilaquiles Sunday.
Personal note: I usually order the juicy Wet Burrito with both sauces!
Style: Casual dining Cuisine: Mexican
Service: Sun – Thu 10 am – 8 pm / Fri & Sat – 11 am – 9 pm
Location: East side - 1775 E. Tropicana Ave #29, LV 89119
Plant Power Fast Food
The first Vegas installment of the California vegan fast food chain offers breakfast, lunch and dinner featuring a variety of croissants, muffins, burgers, wraps, chicken tenders, salads, milkshakes and kombucha on tap. Leave room for soft serve or one of the delicious brownies!
Personal note: I like their Southwest Avocado Wrap, Chicken Tenders with Chipotle Sauce, Kombucha and the Epic Goji Berry Brownie
Style: Fast-food dining Cuisine: Burgers
Service: Daily 8 am – 9 pm
Location: Northwest - 7090 W. Craig Rd. Suite 120 Las Vegas NV 89129
Saffon - Vegetarian/Vegan Restaurant
Upscale, beautiful restaurant in the heart of Chinatown, serving elevated foods sourced from many local and responsibly grown origins. We found only one non-vegan item on their menu, so Saffron made it onto our list!
Style: Upscale Dining Cuisine: Asian Fusion
Service: Tue - Sat 5 - 10 pm / Sun Brunch 10:30 am - 3:30 pm and Dinner 3:30 - 9:30 pm
Location: 3545 S Decatur Ave, Las Vegas NV 89103
Soy Mexican Veggie-Vegan Eatery
A husband and wife team bringing you the real flavor of Mexico City to Las Vegas. Soy Mexican wants to share a bit of its flavorful culture with us. They have a food stand at the colorful El Mercado inside the Boulevard Mall. Specials include Taco Tuesday, Taco de Guisado Wednesday, and Burrito Thursday.
Style: Fast-food dining Cuisine: Mexican
Service: Daily 11 am – 10 pm
Location: East side – Boulevard Mall - 3542 S. Maryland Parkway, Mercado, FC#6, Las Vegas, NV, United States, Nevada
Four plant-based Mexican eateries in Las Vegas created by the power team of two couples (Regina & Dan Simmons / Kristen & Carlos Corral) who are restaurant veterans and bring the flavor of Mexico to our town with the largest number of vegan tacos anywhere! If you’re not in the mood for tacos, try a birria, flauta, enchilada, quesadilla, burrito, nacho, queso fundido or elote. Pair these with a kombucha on tap, margarita, craft beer or agua fresca. Frequent specials are offered too. Tacotarian is a fast-growing Vegas-born chain of restaurants, which also started expanding into San Diego recently.
Personal note: I love the Tacos, Queso Fundido, Takis Elote, Quesadilla, Kombucha on Tap, and Tamarind Margarita! If there’s room left I’ll share a Coconut Cake.
Style: Casual dining Cuisine: Mexican
Service: Daily 11 am – 9 pm
Location Southwest: 6135 S Fort Apache Unit #402, Las Vegas 89148
Phone: (702) 979-9329
Location Downtown: 1130 S. Casino Center Blvd., LV 89104
Location Henderson: 75 S. Valle Verde #200, Henderson NV 89012
Location Blue Diamond: 5025 Blue Diamond Road, #111, Las Vegas, NV 89139
Photo: Tacotarian Collage of Dishes
Tarantino's Vegan is the first 100% plant-based Italian restaurant in Las Vegas, offering everything that your Italian food-loving heart desires. From pastas to pizzas to antipasti to Italian mains – you will be delighted! Make sure to leave room for one of the decadent cakes and desserts, as owner Michael Tarantino loves to create new irresistible sweet temptations. Gluten-free options abound, and the dining room is charming and inviting. Tip: come for lunch to enjoy the amazing pasta bar and build your own dish with plenty of options – plus a side salad or steamed vegetables and garlic crostini.
Personal note: we mostly come for the pasta bar at lunch and my choice is Rigatoni with Spicy Tomato Sauce, Meatballs, Basil, Spinach, Mushrooms, Olives and Steamed Veggies on the side. Dessert will be the delicious Cannoli or one of Michael’s latest cheesecakes.
Style: Cozy casual dining
Service: Daily 11 am – 8 pm (Fri & Sat 9 pm)
Location: Southwest – 7960 South Rainbow Blvd Ste 8000G LV 89139
The Modern Vegan
Vegan comfort food served in a trendy dining room curated by Gia Schultz, with an enormous menu of breakfast, lunch, dinner and desserts, coupled with a full bar. You can find everything here: breakfast staples, burgers, pasta dishes, sandwiches, salads, protein Buddha Bowls, sausages and more. The location is inside a small strip mall just two blocks off the Strip. Tip: bring cash to get a discount on your bill.
Personal note: I like the Zoodles with Bolognese and Pad Thai the most
Style: Casual dining Cuisine: International
Service: Daily 10 am – 10 pm
Location: Close to Strip/airport - 700 East Naples Dr. Ste. 111 Las Vegas 89119
Truth & Tonic Vegan Wellness Cafe
The first fully vegan café restaurant inside a Strip casino. Located inside the Venetian Resort, this café offers health-forward plant-based options to dine in or take out for breakfast and lunch in a relaxing setting. You can choose between frittatas, toasts, fruity breakfasts, salads, breakfast staples, wraps, smoothies, fresh juices, coffee drinks – or boozy brunch drinks. To access the café, use the guest elevators to the 4th floor and follow signs to the Canyon Ranch Spa & Fitness entrance.
Personal note: I like the Mediterranean and Mexican Frittatas and the Spinach & Kale Avocado Toast
Style: Casual dining Cuisine: International
Service: Wednesday – Sunday 7 am – 2 pm
Location: Venetian Resort – 4th floor Canyon Ranch - 3335 S LV Blvd #1159, LV 89109
Chef Donald Lemperle created a vegan icon with his Downtown-based hip eatery that invites you for weekend brunch and everyday dining. The menu contains all-time guest favorites like Sushi, Pizza, Super Green Foods, Cauliflower Wings, Chicken Pot Pie, Eggplant Stacks, Salads, Smoothies and more. Decadent desserts await! Tip: show your parking ticket for a small rebate on your bill.
Personal note: I love the Save the Tuna Sushi Roll, Dumplings and Pamela Anderson Raw Power Tacos
Style: Hip casual dining Cuisine: International
Service: Mon - Fri 11 am – 8 pm / Sat & Sun 9 am – 8 pm (brunch until 3 pm)
Location: Downtown - 616 East Carson Ave., Suite 120, Las Vegas 89101
Vegano's Kitchen serves fresh, hand-crafted vegan food in a small North Las Vegas strip mall. A large menu of both Mexican and American dishes is offered with breakfasts, pizzas, sandwiches, burgers, Mexican entrees and more. Daily specials: Taco Tuesday, Pizza Wednesday, Nacho Thursday, Sandwich Friday, Burrito Saturday, Chilaquiles Sunday
Personal note: I have tried the Quesadilla and Classic Burrito
Style: Fast food dining Cuisine: Mexican, Pizza, Burger
Click here for orders
Location: North Las Vegas - 3149 N Rancho Rd., Las Vegas 89130
Vegas Vegan Culinary School & Eatery
Las Vegas now has its own vegan cooking school since 2021 in the Las Vegas Arts District, thanks to founder Heather Heath. The location also features a vegan deli with a nice patio where you can choose from breakfast eats, sandwiches, pasta dishes, crab cakes, mac n’ cheese, salads, sides and sweets. The cooking school offers events, workshops, and lectures taught by the in-house chef and other vegan chefs. Virtual classes are available too.
Personal note: I’ve tried the delicious Veggie Puff and the Fluffy Bacon, Spinach & Mushroom Quiche
Style: Deli dining
Service: Daily 9 am – 4 pm
Location: Downtown Las Vegas Arts District - 1310 S. 3rd St. #130, Las Vegas, NV 89104
Founder Victoria Plourde runs this popular and lovely Henderson restaurant with a large menu of Asian fusion dishes crossing Japan, Thailand, Taiwan, China and Vietnam. They specialize in faux meats and the dishes burst of flavor. Try the sushi rolls, Banh Mi sandwiches, curries, chef specials, noodles, or noodle soups.
Note: Victoria will soon open her first VeggiEat in Sedona AZ.
Personal note: my favorites include the Pot Stickers, Spicy Basil Tofu Eggplant, Curry Vegan Chicken, Spicy Lemongrass Noodle Soup, Teriyaki Chicken Jumbo Roll
Style: Casual dining Cuisine: Asian
Service: Daily 11 am – 8:30 pm. Closed for one hour 3:30 – 4:30 pm
Location: Henderson - 390 N Stephanie St., Henderson 89014
Photo: VeggiEat Sushi Roll
Plant-based fast-food eatery with two locations in town that caters to comfort food lovers with freshness and flavor. Owner Jorge Melatti has created trendy spaces that focus on a low environmental footprint. The menu offers tasty variations of pretzel-bun burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs and salads. Don’t miss a side of the delightful Brazilian chickn or beef poppers with red hummus! Fresh fruit infusion drinks, superfood smoothies and milk shakes round up the meal. Combo meals are available. Tip: get extra sauces to make your meal even more juicy. You can also take a bag of the delish poppers home with you from their frozen food section!
Jorge is also about to relaunch his Italian "Veggy Trattoria" concept with expertly cooked Italian pasta classics. Check out the menu at their Fort Apache location!
Personal note: I like the Gourmet Chickn Teriyaki Wrap, BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger, Chick’n Poppers and Matcha Milkshake
Style: Fast food dining Cuisine: Burgers, wraps and hot dogs
Service: Daily 11 am – 9 pm
West side location: 5135 S Fort Apache Rd #110, Las Vegas 89148
East side location: 1110 E Silverado Ranch Blvd SUITE 100, Las Vegas 89183
Phone: (702) 263-7774
Photo credit: Melita's Table - Vegan Latin Skillet
Take Out / Delivery / Ghost Kitchens
Vegan caterer Gabriela Perez offers authentic Mexican Tacos on Tuesdays in Las Vegas. Click on the name for a link to her Facebook page for more info and pop-up events.
Style: Delivery Cuisine: Tacos
Service: Tuesdays 12 – 7 pm
Vegan ghost kitchen operating out of Ori’Zaba’s Mexican Grill in Downtown Summerlin offers flavorful Latin vegan meals like burritos, empanadas, flautas, tacos, chimichangas, and nachos.
Personal note: The dishes are based on original recipes commissioned from my friend Vegan Chef Mayra, and while I don’t know if they still stay true to her amazing flavorful style, I would definitely try the Poblano Enchilada and a Latin Skillet with Jack Asada.
Style: Dine-in / Delivery / Take-out Cuisine: Mexican
Service: Mon – Sat 11 am – 8 pm / Sun 11 am – 7 pm
Location: West side - Downtown Las Vegas - 11015 Sage Park Dr, Suite 120, Las Vegas, NV 89135
Prone to Plants
Vegan delivery kitchen offering wings, nachos and sandwiches
Style: Delivery / Take-out Cuisine: Wings
Service: Fridays 6 – 10 pm / Sundays 10 am – 3 pm
Location: 6250 McLeod Dr, Ste 100, Las Vegas, Nevada 89120
Smash Me Baby
100% vegan smashed burgers, nuggets and fries created in a cloud kitchen between the Strip and Downtown Las Vegas. I have yet to try it, but the Smashed Truffle Burger sounds amazing!
Style: Delivery / Take-out Cuisine: Burgers & Fries
Service: Daily 10:30 am – 1 am
Location: 333 W St. Louis, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Ta's Caribbean Spice
Las Vegas based family business with veganized Caribbean American dishes, empanadas, patties, spices and more! They have veganized many classic Caribbean classics like the Jamaican patties, to offer a healthier option. All their spices are salt-and sugar-free. Order from their website every Wednesday.
Personal note: I like their Kale Empanada, Spicy Beef Empanada, Beet Empanada, and the Spinach Artichoke Puff Pastry
Vegan burger delivery service. Offers burgers, fries, tots, shakes and drinks. They operate "underground" out of other veg-friendly kitchens in town and are currently located at Tacotarian Blue Diamond.
Style: Delivery / Pickup Cuisine: Burgers, Tots & Fries
Service: Daily 11 am – 9 pm
Pickup at Tacotarian Blue Diamond: 5025 Blue Diamond Rd. #111
Vinny’s Vegan Pizza
Classic NY style vegan pizza with great ingredients, crust, and tastes with the large variety of specialty and custom choices. Their offers include gluten-free versions, calzone and stromboli too.
Style: Delivery Cuisine: Pizza
Service: Daily 11 am – 11 pm
Photo credit: Simply Pure by Chef Stacey Dougan - Vegan Lasagna
Vegan Pop-up Kitchens at Events or at Fixed Locations
Araujo’s Plant Powered Food Truck – Mexican Food
Family-owned 100% vegan Mexican fast food truck serving street tacos, burritos, burgers, deep-fried ice cream and more. Click on the name above for their Facebook link or on their Instagram below to see their location and schedule. Hours and location vary.
Down2Earth Plant-based Cuisine – Comfort Food
Chef Stephen Parker II serves plant-based comfort foods like pizzas, sandwiches and more at festivals or at the Vegas Test Kitchen restaurant (VTK) on a rotating schedule. The menu changes weekly and often includes pizzas, burgers, sandwiches and more.
See the appearance schedule for Down2Earth at VTK here.
ERB's Vegan Kitchen - Comfort Food
ERB’s is the highly popular pop-up kitchen by Erica Hidalgo, who is committed to producing the highest quality vegan meals using organic, non-GMO, local products (when available) to ensure great tasting food. They can be found at farmers' markets and events around the city. Erica also offers weekly meal prep menus that she publishes on her social media sites, along with her pop-up schedule.
Personal note: ERBs has some very tasty comfort foods like the Steak Quesadilla and Moxxarella Chez Bites
O.G. Lola’s – Filipino Food
Traveling vegan Filipino comfort food touring Las Vegas, California and Florida. Check their online event calendar to see when they are back in Las Vegas. The dishes are home cooked Filipino favorites, including Lumpia, Pancit and more. They offer Vegan Kamayan as catering or in a pop-up kitchen. Check on the name above to see their event schedule.
Off The Vine Food by Chef William Henry - Comfort Food
Chef William hosts the monthly Vegan Wonderland event in Las Vegas, where he also has a pop-up stand. Click on the name to see their Facebook page for the next event pop-ups.
His Off The Vine business also offers meal plans for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They are committed to simplifying meal-prep with ready-to-enjoy plant-based food that’s flavorful and fun.
Website for meal plans
Phyto's Vegan Eats – Hot Dogs
Vegan Hot Dog Cart run by husband and wife team Monica and Anibal Flores that specializes in hot dogs with different toppings, including a Mexican Jalapenos and Avocado topping, a BBQ sauce topped hot dog, and a Korean Kimchi version. Click on the name to check their Facebook page for pop-up schedules.
Simply Pure by Chef Stacey Dougan
Chef Stacey is a master vegan chef with over 10 years of culinary experience. Her impressive culinary background includes training with James Beard Award winning chefs, a tenure as the vegan banquet chef at Wynn Resorts and owning her own restaurants. With her brand Simply Pure she offers delicious health-forward meals that are high in flavor and nutrition. For the last few years, she also specializes in cannabis-infused foods and treats.
At the present time Chef Stacey can be found at events around town and will soon bring back her popular infused dinner series too. Catch her social media updates for her latest appearances.
Personal note: Chef Stacey’s Lasagna is my favorite in town and the most popular item on her menu!
Simply Pure Facebook
The Edible Bunch
Mobile vegan kitchen that you can find at farmers' markets and events around Las Vegas. Founders Valencia and Myles have culinary and restaurant backgrounds and are veganizing their favorite meals in our city with The Edible Bunch since 2018. Check their Facebook page below for appearances.
The Edible Bunch Facebook
Vegas Vegan Provisions
Formerly called Pie Roller Desserts is a vegan pastry pop-up business by Colleen Clayton, offering delicious sweet and savory pastries at Las Vegas farmers’ markets. You can find them primarily at the Downtown Summerlin Farmers Market on Saturdays at this time. A large offering of anything for pastry lovers awaits! Click on the name to see their Facebook page for updates.
Personal note: I tried all their savory pastries and they are delicious!
Yaqui Zen Kitchen
You can find this amazing vegan Mexican Street Food by Chef Ivon Valenzuela all around town at events in Las Vegas. See here for event schedule. You can also check their Facebook page below for updates.
Personal note: I love their Quesadilla Birria!
Yaqui Zen Kitchen Facebook
Photo credit: Jamie's Bakery
CannaCakeBabe is a small batch vegan pickup/delivery bakery by founder Nandi Shange, serving up a variety of beautifully artistic & delectable treats. It’s currently the only vegan bakery in town that serves cannabis infused treats. Check her Facebook page below for updates.
The popular nationwide chain of Gourmet Cinnamon Rolls are intentionally vegan, including the sugar. Explore these decadent treats in a variety of different flavors made with ingredients to tickle your taste buds. They have four locations around the city, so you’re never far from a Cinnaholic fix when you feel like it.
Summerlin Location: 4165 S Grand Canyon Dr., Suite 103, Las Vegas 89147
Phone: (702) 248-0244
Centennial Location: 7920 W. Tropical Pkwy, Unit 110, Las Vegas 89149
Phone: (702) 248-0244
Henderson Location: 1500 North Green Valley Pkwy., Suite 230, Henderson 89074
Phone: (702) 248-2600
Blue Diamond Location: 4860 Blue Diamond Dr, Unit 100, Las Vegas 89139
Phone: (702) 248-0095
A local vegan cookie baker appearing at farmers' markets and events around town. Click on the name to check their Facebook page for locations and dates. Also available at the Vegas Test Kitchen (VTK) - click here for dates.
Cookies A'More Instagram
Las Vegas 1st fully vegan donut shop for pick-up also appears at events around town. Click on the name for their Facebook page to see appearances and dates.
Pickup-up location: 333 W St Louis Ave, LV 89102
Las Vegas' only 100% gluten-free and vegan home-based bakeshop created by Jamie Pallera, who has 10 years of food & beverage experience. She specializes in very creative custom cakes and desserts. Click the name to see their order form and more info.
Jamie's Bakery Facebook
Little Batty Bakery
Little Batty Bakery is a cottage operation run by our friend Maria Gara, bringing vegan sweets, treats and delicious cakes and cupcakes to fairs, farmers' markets, and events in the Las Vegas area. You can place delivery orders outside of events too. Check their Facebook link below for appearances.
Personal note: I like the “This Is Bliss” Cake, Triple Chocolate Brownie and German Chocolate Cupcakes, but the Dark Chocolate Almond Pistacchio Fudge is to die for!
Little Batty Bakery Facebook
Photo: Little Batty Bakery Chocolate Fudge
Nutriente Pastry Studio
Decadent pastries, cakes, chocolate confections and macarons prepared with great attention to nutritional value and diet restrictions - dairy free, gluten free, nut free and plant-based ingredients that are sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Location: 7225 S Durango Dr, Suite 101, Las Vegas, NV 89113
Poppy Red Pastry
DeeAnna Myles created this vegan and mostly organic pastry shop out of a passion for baking. Her creations include cupcakes, bars, cookies, sweet bread, coffee cakes and muffins. Check her Instagram page below for specials.
Poppy Red Pastry Instagram
The Cupcave is an all-vegan bakery by Taylor Cummings, offering high quality, mostly organic products that are indulgent and delicious without all the guilt. She also appears at events and farmers' markets around town. Check her Facebook page below for the schedule.
The Cupcave Facebook
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Pan Dulce Mexicano and Conchas that are 100 % vegan. You can find them at pop-up events and message them on social media for delivery service. Click on the name for the Facebook page.