Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Las Vegas

Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Las Vegas

If you are a vegetarian or vegan and plan to go to Las Vegas, you can rest assured about the food! In addition to restaurants focused solely on meatless food or animal products, you will also find special menus in most locations. Some of them I mentioned to you in another post about restaurants in Las Vegas, if you want to read just click here.
This time, I chose the best vegetarian restaurants in town for you to add to the itinerary. Only one of them also has part of the meat, but it is still perfect. Even those who do not follow this type of food should try the food in one of these places, because they are delicious 🙂

VegeNation

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Among the best-recommended and most famous vegetarian restaurants in Las Vegas, VegeNation skyrockets in directions. The owner of the place, chef Donald Lamperle, seeks to the fullest a menu based on local ingredients. He even grows some herbs to keep these ingredients fresh.
The chef’s main proposal is to recreate dishes, going beyond those that in the recipe do not have any type of meat. For this reason, you will find a variety of tacos, sushi, hamburgers, organic spaghetti and African-style stew. Everything was very well seasoned and prepared with great care.

Panevino

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For a good vegan pasta, with an incredible combination of flavors, just go to Panevino. The variety of menu options is surprising, especially considering that they make two different menus – one for people who eat meat and one for vegetarians and vegans.
Among the menu options are grilled eggplant lasagna with zucchini, pumpkin, roasted tomatoes, roasted peppers and mushrooms in a vodka and creamy tomato sauce; spinach ravioli with organic “ricotta” and ground nuts, topped with creamy vodka and tomato sauce. Just imagining it made me want to eat both!

Café & Juice Bar Vegan Organic Violette

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Anyone who does not give up fast food, such as snacks or salads, can not fail to go to Violette’s Vegan Organic Cafe & Juice Bar. The cafe has a very cozy atmosphere and is great for those who do not want to spend a lot of time having lunch or dinner.
Some of the local dishes are named after recipes traditionally made with meat and even look like meat. However, everything is done with some type of vegetable base or other variations. A good example of this is the buffalo wings made with seitan, which is a “meat” of gluten.

Vegan Coffee

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Like Violette’s Vegan Organic Cafe & Juice Bar, Go Vegan Cafe is geared towards faster and more practical meals. Don’t go to him expecting elaborate dishes, you know? They make simple foods, but full of flavor. For you to have an idea of ​​the options, some of them are burrito, wraps, pizzas and salads.
In case you are looking for a different brunch option, they are also a good option. In addition to the dishes I have already told you about, it is also possible to order pancakes, sandwiches and a huge variety of juices and smoothies.

Simply pure

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The star of the Simpy Pure restaurant is Mama Mia Lasagna, stuffed with ricotta tofu, vegan mozzarella, fresh spinach and basil. All customers who go there and taste this dish are happy with the choice.
Depending on when you go, you may find special versions of this lasagna, such as when they serve it with sweet pepper sauce, sriracha and pesto. Their juices are also a hit! They make different and even unusual mixtures, such as kale, celery, romaine and cucumber.
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I confess that these restaurants do not have that ostentatious Las Vegas look, but they are perfect for those who want a specialized environment just for vegetarians and vegans. If you want to discover even more things to do there, just click here to see 😉

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