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Healthy Vegan Food in Las Vegas: Interactive Map

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Las Vegas isn't usually the place to go when you're eating healthy. One would assume it's also not great for vegans either, but when you look closely and do your research both assumptions are quite false. You may have seen my reviews from my trips to Vegas in the past, but those were the old days - my diet has changed and the city is getting healthier and healthier, so I can't wait to go back and try it all out. 

This post was inspired by my boyfriend's trip to LV - he's headed there for a week and is doing the Crazy Sexy Diet cleanse with me. At first I was practically positive his clean diet wouldn't last, especially without me there to guide him, but after several hours of intensive internet scouting I found plenty of fantastic options so I figured I should share them with you too.
The following is a interactive map and list of restaurants that offer the healthiest food in Las Vegas - if you have a device like the iPhone click here to view the map on it. Each recommendation is vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, vegetable and grain based, and low in soy and oil whenever possible. Since the cleanse focuses on fresh foods and juices, I've listed those options as well. You should always confirm with the waiter/cashier to make sure the ingredients match your diet. If you're looking to do some vegan indulging (and who can blame you in the city of sin?!), check out my older posts, be sure to visit the Wynn hotels and Pure Vida, and visit the resources at the end of this list. 

View Healthy Vegan Food in Las Vegas in a larger map

Things To Order While Eating Clean:

  • Anything raw vegan
  • Salad
  • Roasted vegetables
  • Brown rice & beans
  • Gluten-free, vegan pasta
  • Baked potatoes (without butter and sour cream)
  • Fruit
  • Oatmeal
  • Falafel with brown rice, hummus
  • Most Mexican, Asian & Indian food with brown rice (no bread)

Things To Stay Away From While Eating Clean:

  • Coffee
  • Alcohol
  • Sugar
  • White bread, pasta, rice
  • Processed foods (including fake meats and cheeses, though Daiya is OK)
  • Chips (including corn chips)
  • Curries (will likely have sugar)

Places to Go on The Strip and What To Order:

Smoothies & Juice:
make sure there's no yogurt, sherbet, or sorbet added - just fruit & juice

  • Serendipity 3 (Caesar's Palace)
  • Canyon Ranch Grill and Cafe (Venetian)
  • Grand Lux Cafe (Venetian)
  • Jamba Juice in Fashion Show Mall (across from Wynn)

Canyon Ranch Grill (Venetian) - tofu scramble, oatmeal, mediterranean chopped salad  (no feta), winter quinoa salad,  vegetable stir-fry, black bean chili,

Canyon Ranch Cafe (Venetian): fresh fruit smoothie, juices, oatmeal, breakfast tofudilla

Wynn & Encore hotels:

  • Terrace Pointe Café
  • Bartolotta - salads, chickpea cake, risotto, grilled vegetables
  • Botero - tomato caprese, broccoli salad (without croutons), tofu & eggplant, 
  • Country Club - salads, tempeh crab cake, quinoa pasta, wild mushroom napoleon, seared tofu, grilled vegetables
  • Society Cafe - kabocha squash soup, roasted tomato bisque
  • Lakeside - salads, grilled hearts of palm
  • Sinatra - salads, soup
  • SW Steakhouse - salad, tomato soup, roasted broccoli
  • Switch - tofu carpaccio, polenta-mushroom cake
  • Tableau - tomate bisque, salads, savory tofu napoleon
  • Wazuzu - sushi, edamame, salads, Buddha's Feast

Red Velvet Café (in Fashion Show Mall, across from Wynn) - chopped salad, sautéed vegetables, any tea but black (stay away from vegan "meat" and cheese)

Chipotle: veggie bowl with guacamole and fresh salsa (no cheese or sour cream)

California Pizza Kitchen (in Fashion Show Mall, across from Wynn) - lettuce wraps with Chinese Vegetables, Roasted Vegetable (no Dijon balsamic), Field Greens Salad (no Dijon balsamic or candied walnuts)

Cheesecake Factory (at Caesar's Palace) - edamame, grilled artichoke, Fresh Vegetable Salad (without cheese), Fresh Vegetable Platter

Chin Chin (at New York, New York) - Spinach with Garlic, Vegetable Lettuce Cups, Sauteed Broccoli, Fragrant Vegetables, String Beans, Green Vegetable Trio, brown rice

P.F. Chang's (Aladdin/Planet Hollywood) - edamame, spinach stir-fried, snap peas, vegetarian lettuce wraps, buddha's feast

Meskerem Ethiopian Restaurant & Market (at Convention Center)

Grand Lux Cafe (at the Venetian) - Manhattan Salad, Shaved Vegetable Salad , Vegetables with Brown Rice, Baked Potato

Simon (at the Palms) - fresh juice, oatmeal, edamame, raw salad, bamboo steamed vegetables

Julian Sarano (at Aria) - vegan menu: roasted red pepper salad, sautéed padron peppers, sautéed baby spinach, lobster gazpacho (ask for no lobster)

Panevino Gourmet Deli (south of the airport): grilled veggies, Mediterranea salad, mixed greens salad, lentil salad, organic lemon and cranberry quinoa,

Just North of the Strip:
Pura Vida Bakery & Bystro - Completely vegan! You can get almost anything, as long as it's unprocessed and gluten-free. Smoothies. Healthy options: sage veggies and brown jasmine rice, “The Latin’tude” breakfast burrito, Bean Salsa and chips, Chicken fettucini & biscuits

Bar+Bistro @ The Arts Factory: red lentil soup, vega mofongo, stuffed pequillo peppers, potatoes brava, trio roasted tomatillos, vega paella tapa, vega salads, vega paella velazquez, à la barilla vegetales

Off the Strip:
Go Raw Cafe - raw vegan

Greens and Proteins - healthy juices and smoothies, salads, grain dishes

Mantra Masala - Everything cooked without oil. Order off the vegetarian section and make it vegan.

Miko’s Izakaya Sushi & Tapanese - Choose gluten-free, un-fried options off the vegetarian/vegan menu

Firefly: Gazpacho soup, Garden Variety Salad, Roasted Baby Beet Salad, Padron Peppers, Tomato-
Basil Soup, Veggies & French Lentils, Warm Spinach Salad, Big Bowl Salad, Vegetable Paella

Rachel's Kitchen: fresh juice, smoothies, salads

Elixir Cafe & Lounge: organic juice, smoothie, soups, salads

More Las Vegas Vegan Resources:

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