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The Las Vegas Vegan Dining Guide 2021

The Las Vegas Vegan Dining Guide 2021

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The Las Vegas Vegan Dining Guide 2021

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Dec 5, 2020


The Las Vegas Vegan Dining Guide 2021 is the definitive guide to the best vegan food at restaurants in Las Vegas. From Asian to Wings and everything in between, Las Vegas vegan dining expert Diana Edelman shares what to eat and where in Las Vegas. The guide features nearly 50 dining categories, more than 100 restaurant recommendations and a full listing of every vegan restaurant in Las Vegas.

Dec 5, 2020

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Diana Edelman is the voice behind Vegans, Baby, a multi-faceted endeavor with a focus on dining that is dedicated to making vegan life approachable and easier in Las Vegas and beyond.Founded in 2016, Edelman and Vegans, Baby have gained international recognition for serving as a catalyst for the explosive growth of the vegan dining scene in Las Vegas. In 2019, she partnered with the prestigious James Beard Foundation to curate vegan dinners featuring Las Vegas chefs at the famous James Beard House in New York City and showcase the talent in plant-based cuisine in Las Vegas. She also curated The Farm Stand, the first all-vegan culinary experience at the three-day Life Is Beautiful festival in Downtown Las Vegas.Through her work with Vegans, Baby, Edelman launched a successful vegan dining month -- Veganuary Las Vegas -- held every January that benefits local organizations and the international Veganuary organization. She also runs vegan tours in Las Vegas, Asia and Europe. Her Downtown Las Vegas tour was named as one of the top nine vegan tours in the world by Travel + Leisure in October 2019.A public speaker, Edelman has traveled around the world speaking about responsible elephant tourism (she spent nearly three years in elephant rescue in Thailand), how to be a leader for change using positive messaging and her experience as a female entrepreneur. She’s spoken at renowned events including SEED Summit in Miami and the Toronto Vegetarian Festival.

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The Las Vegas Vegan Dining Guide 2021 - Diana Edelman


Welcome to the Las Vegas Vegan Food Guide 2021

Well, it’s been … a year. Despite the pandemic and restaurant shutdowns and limitations, the vegan dining scene continues to thrive.

Remarkably, no vegan restaurants closed their doors permanently because of the pandemic. Instead, they adapted and began offering contact-free carry-out and adhered to State requirements limiting their dining capacities.

Even more remarkable, amidst the pandemic, the city’s hottest new vegan restaurant opened its doors — Chikyū Vegan Sushi & Izakaya. The restaurant even nabbed the top spot in Yelp’s Top 50 Place to Eat in Las Vegas. It was one of seven all-vegan restaurants to make the list.

In keeping with the growth from 2019, this year more restaurants added vegan options to their menu, like the popular Honey Salt.

With so many options to choose from, where does a vegan foodie (or any foodie) begin? The Las Vegas Vegan Dining Guide is here to help — it highlights the very best vegan food all over the city, served at both vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants. It’s based on nearly five years of stuffing my face creating the content for Vegans, Baby, the city’s most comprehensive guide to vegan food in the Valley.

Due to the pandemic, please call ahead to ensure the restaurant is open and offering their vegan options.

For more vegan dining and guides to other cities around the world, be sure to visit www.vegansbaby.com.

Bon appetit!


The Black Sheep

8680 W. Warm Springs Rd.

The Black Sheep is a hidden gem in Southwest Las Vegas. Chef Jamie Tran’s Vietnamese-influenced menu taps into her French technique and American ingredients to create sensational dishes. She’s no stranger to the Las Vegas culinary scene, her mentor is acclaimed Chef Vincent Pouessel.

The Black Sheep is one of the city’s best spots for creative and flavorful plant-based cuisine.

The scallion pancakes are a must. These light, crispy pancakes come topped with spicy braised shiitake mushrooms, jicama, pickled radish and micro cilantro.

Next, there are the Vietnamese glass noodles. Tossed in a spicy gochujang sauce, it comes with Chinese broccoli, Hen of the Woods mushrooms, and roasted Heirloom carrots.

There’s also the cous cous curry. This hearty dish features yellow curry couscous, sautéed Chinese broccoli and a charred plum sauce.

Finally, there’s the smoked eggplant salad that comes to the table smoking.

The Black Sheep is also flexible when it comes to tweaking dishes to make them vegan. For instance, modify the grilled peach salad (hold the goat cheese) and the citrus mixed green salad as well.

What to order: scallion pancakes, cous cous curry

$18 - $25

Graffiti Bao

7355 S. Buffalo Dr.

Chef Marc Marrone focuses on seasonal ingredients, textures and flavors coming straight from plants, herbs and spices at Graffiti Bao.

Marrone has created some fantastic vegan dishes at this fast-casual spot in Southwest Las Vegas. Think dishes worthy of high end dining … but in a quick and casual setting and that’s Marrone’s cuisine.

Offering gorgeous and vibrant plant dishes with seasonal touches like pomelo in the Nuoc Cham cauliflower with fresh herbs and chilis, green chili garlic noodles, and roasted chili tofu, Graffiti Bao is as good as Asian food comes.

He also serves the best vegan bao. It’s a sweet potato bao stuffed with seasonal veggies. Swoon.

What to order: veggie bao, green chili garlic noodles

$6.88 - $10.88

Chef Kenny’s Asian Vegan Restaurant

6820 Spring Mtn. Rd.

There’s something for everyone at Chef Kenny’s Asian Vegan Restaurant. Perhaps the most recommended vegan restaurant in town by locals, Chef Kenny’s offers the gamut of Asian from Chinese to Japanese to ramen and pho.

Mott 32

The Palazzo, 3325 S. Las Vegas Blvd.

While Mott 32 may be known for its duck, this upscale (and stunning) restaurant at The Venetian also offers a ton of veggie options to enjoy. It’s got everything from vegan dim sum to mushroom lettuce wraps to perfectly braised tofu that melts in your mouth.

VeggiEat Xpress

390 N. Stephanie St., 4195 S. Grand Canyon, 1910 Village Center Cir.

These restaurants offer well-rounded menus of Asian fare. VeggiEat Xpress is a dream for vegans, offering up plant-powered versions of a variety of Asian cuisines. From sandwiches packed with mushrooms and faux meats, to soups like pho and wonton, fried rice, stir-fried noodles, sushi and chef specialties, this spot is also a safe bet to bring non-vegan pals, so everyone can feast together.

Veggie House

5115 S. Spring Mountain Rd.

Chef Kenny’s former restaurant, Veggie House, continues to bring in the vegans (and non-vegans) thanks to its massive menu featuring a wide range of Asian dishes and sushi.



1225 S. Main St.

Part-bar, part-antique shop, ReBar has a hip Vegas vibe and a local crowd. They’ve got rad events at night when restrictions are lifted and offer vegan eats to go with their booze.

The spot features two vegan salads, one of which is a cabbage salad tossed with tamarind vinaigrette, oranges, carrots, ginger and cashews. They’ve also got a hummus platter with veggies, olives,

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