Plant-Based Options In Las Vegas

Plant-Based Options In Las Vegas

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By UNROOTME

If you’ve ever watched any of our travel day videos on YouTube, I’m sure you know these days go something like this… Pack-up our belongings, drive to our destination, load everything into our AirBnB, find food. Delicious plant-based food! It’s the little sliver of routine we have managed to develop.

 

And our favorite part of that routine is finding the food. Well, at least when we’re in areas like Las Vegas.

 

There’s loads of food! And not just salads either! We ate burgers, breakfast burritos, cakes, donuts, raw cheese fries, soups, and so much more.

 

Let me tell you where.

“Let Food Be Thy Medicine And  Medicine Be Thy Food”

                              -Hippocrates

 

Simply Pure

707 Fremont St #1310

Las Vegas, NV 89101

http://www.simplypurelv.com/

Simply Pure is the first restaurant we had the chance to eat at while visiting Las Vegas. It’s a tiny cafe located inside the container park which is a shopping center made from several shipping containers. There’s also a kids playground, courtyard with stage and a fire throwing, praying mantis out front.

 

The focus seems to be on raw food and juices. They do, however, offer other options.

 

We ordered the two juices and the Ultimate Platter which came with a vegan taco, “chicken” salad lettuce wrap, Zuccuni pasta trio, spring roll, and Jicama Chili Cheese Fries. It all was delicious!

Mac Daddy Burger

“Chicken” Parmesan Sandwich

Kids Vegan Grilled Cheese

VegeNation

616 Carson Ave #120

Las Vegas, NV 89101

https://vegenationlv.com/

VegeNation is a community-based restaurant located new the famous Fremont Street. Everything on the menu is 100% plant-based and has a positive impact on our environment.

We ate here on my birthday and ordered two Mac Daddy Burgers with fries, A Pop Up Meal which was a “chicken” Parmesan Sandwich with soup and another grilled cheese with fries. The food here is superb and my personal favorite.

Whole Foods

6689 S Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas, NV 89119

https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/tenaya

I know, Whole Foods technically isn’t a restaurant, but they offer so many prepared vegan options. We made regular visits on our way to the strip picking up things like donuts, falafels, breakfast burritos, smoothies, and even a prepared cake for my birthday. That’s the first cake I’ve had on my birthday since becoming vegan. Unfortunately, I’m the only one that knows how to bake vegan good in our home.

 

Plus, I’m sure you’re going to need some groceries during your visit and Trader Joe’s doesn’t offer everything, making Whole food a great option.

4) Violette’s Vegan Organic Cafe & Juice Bar

8560 W Desert Inn Rd

Las Vegas, NV 89117

https://violettesvegan.com/


Violette’s Vegan Organic Cafe & Juice Bar is a little ways from the strip, but certainly worth a stop. Their focus is good vibes and great food, which is free of GMO’s, artificial ingredients, and homemade.

 

We ordered the kids grilled cheese, Both a small and a large Red Rock Nacho of the sampler menu and Agape Love Wrap. The kids and Justin loved their food (nachos and grilled cheese). I personally found mine plain Jane. I ordered the Agape Love Wrap.

 

Okay, so the last two on our list we didn’t get the chance to visit but wish we had. We were on our way to one of them and missed a turn that put us completely out of the way, so we ended up at VegNation. Good and bad thing! We would have loved to eat at Nacho Daddy but sure glad we found VegNation.

Nacho Daddy

3663 S Las Vegas Blvd #595

Las Vegas, NV 89109

https://nachodaddy.com/

Nacho Daddy is a gourmet nacho place that isn’t 100% vegan, but they do offer a menu just for vegans. It’s not a skimpy menu, either! They offer fajita, burritos, quesadillas, tacos, and nachos that look delicious.

 

Maybe next time

Panchos Kitchen

5201 W Charleston Blvd

Las Vegas, NV 89146

https://panchos-kitchen.business.site/

We don’t know much about Pancho’s Kitchen other than it’s a Mexican restaurant with a whole menu for vegans. Enough said for us! Bummed we didn’t know it existed until we left the area.

 

Do You Know of any Plant-based restaurants in Las Vegas?