Updated: Sept. 26, 2023
Are you planning a Las Vegas vacation? Or, are you looking for a vegan restaurant in Las Vegas to try that’s doing something unlike any other restaurant in town? Look no further. These are five unique vegan restaurants in Las Vegas you’ve got to check out.
What makes these restaurants unique? Simply put: they’re doing something special in town. Whether it’s a ginormous offering of tacos to delicate vegan sushi, these are the spots that are one-of-a-kind in Las Vegas. Except Tacotarian. They are four-of-a-kind, but you get the idea.
If you still need more ideas, check out my list for the 10 best vegan restaurants in Las Vegas.
1. Chef Kenny’s Vegan Dim Sum
PHOTO: Chef Kenny’s Vegan Dim Sum
Chef Kenny’s Vegan Dim Sum is where your vegan dim sum dreams come true. The only vegan dim sum restaurant in Las Vegas, it also features favorites from the now-closed Chef Kenny’s Asian Vegan Restaurant, too. Feast on dim dum or staples like his orange chicken that is sure to fool even the most staunch non-vegan pal.
What to order: any of the dim sum, obvs
2. Tarantino’s Vegan
Another fast-casual Las Vegas vegan restaurant is Tarantino’s. This family-owned restaurant offers an entire menu of Italian favorites, veganized.
If you’ve been craving vegan chicken parm, this is where to go. They’ve also got salads, soups, pasta, flatbreads and more to feast upon.
Finally, end your meal with a gorgeous Italian pastry.
What to order: stuffed mushrooms, chicken parm, any dessert
The biggest vegan restaurant group in Las Vegas with four locations in the Valley, Tacotarian isn’t your normal Mexican spot.
This vegan Mexican restaurant in Las Vegas boasts the self-proclaimed largest selection of tacos in the universe, which comes in at nearly 20 varieties. They’ve also got a range of apps like Taki-encrusted elote, creamy queso fundido and cauliflower ceviche.
In addition, they serve burritos, salads, soups and more, as well as a variety of desserts. Tacotarian also has booze, including specialty margaritas, and a killer brunch. As if that all wasn’t enough, they’re home to the “world’s largest taco.”
What to order: queso fundido, any of the tacos, coconut cream cake
4. Daikon Vegan Sushi & More
Daikon Vegan Sushi & More has it all. Amazing vegan sushi. Amazing vegan Asian food. Amazing flavors. It may have taken me forever to check them out, but now I regret taking to long to get to Northwest Las Vegas because Daikon is excellent.
What to order: katsu, sushi
5. Blackout (Dining in the Dark)
Like the name suggests, Blackout features an entirely blacked out dining room.
Guided by servers wearing night vision goggles, your other senses are heightened as you go through their coursed, set menu in pitch black. At the end, you can see what the meal you consumed was … but not until then.
Although they don’t market themselves as vegan, the menu is 100 percent vegan.
What to order: a drink to go with your set menu