by Stefanie Bailey

As you may have noticed from our past blog posts on dining in Vegas, there are no shortages of restaurant options in this town. Las Vegas is not only a place for partiers and gambling enthusiasts, it is also a place for food lovers. However, for individuals on special diets dining out can be more challenging. Not to fear, Las Vegas has many restaurants that cater to people that are vegan, vegetarian or gluten free.

Photo: courtesy of Sun Rise Coffee

 

Start your morning off right with a stop at Sunrise Coffee, located close to the airport. This little coffee house gem offers vegan breakfasts burritos, croissant sandwiches and delicious baked goods. If you’re on the east side near University District, check out Tiabi Coffee & Waffle for their delicious vegan waffles. Other local breakfast spots around town include Ronald’s Donuts (vegan and amazingly yummy even for non-vegans), Pura Vida Bakery & Bystro, and Red Velvet Café.

 

Photo: courtesy of Eating Vegan in Vegas’ 

 

As a tourist town Las Vegas tries to cater to all visitor’s tastes and diet needs, and there are several vegan-friendly restaurant options in most of the Strip casinos. Wynn and Encore Resorts offer vegan menus at many of their restaurants and also feature a vegan page on the room service menu. Slice of Vegas Pizza inside the Mandalay Bay offers diners vegan and gluten free menu items to enjoy in a fun and casual atmosphere. If you want to enjoy alfresco dining with a view of Las Vegas Boulevard, check out Dal Toro Ristorante inside the Palazzo. It offers diners both vegan and gluten free menu options, and the vegan Avocado Pesto Linguine or the gluten free Penne alla Genovese are not to be missed.

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Photo: courtesy of Dal Toro

If you’re Downtown during lunchtime or dinnertime, check out the Triple George Grill on 3rd Street. The restaurant offers a separate vegan menu for diners so make sure to try the Gardein Chicken Marsala or the Vegetable Vegan Burger and Truffle Fries. If you’re in the mood for pizza, head next door to the fun and lively Pizza Rock. Pizza Rock offers a gluten free vegetarian pizza and a gluten free pancetta gorgonzola pizza. There are also several new restaurants in the downtown area catering to vegan diners, including Nacho Daddy, MTO Café, and Simply Pure at the newly opened Container Park. So if you’re looking for a variety of vegan options Downtown is a good bet for a dining destination.

Photo: courtesy of Eating Vegan in Vegas

Photo: courtesy of Eating Vegan in Vegas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Before your trip to Las Vegas, you can check out Eating Vegan in Vegas Blog online at http://eatingveganinvegas.tumblr.com/. Eating Vegan in Vegas features mouth-watering food photography and great restaurant tips for eating vegan around town.

References:
Dal Toro
Eating Vegan in Vegas
Nacho Daddy
MTO Café
Pizza Rock
Pura Vida Bakery & Bystro
Red Velvet Café
Ronald’s Donuts
Simply Pure
Slice Of Vegas Pizza
Sunrise Coffee
Tiabi Coffee & Waffle Bar
Triple George Grill
Wynn Resorts Las Vegas

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