Looking for a vegan-friendly restaurant in Las Vegas for some late night dining? While we don’t have any all-vegan restaurants open to or past 11 p.m., there are plenty of restaurants in Las Vegas with vegan options that are open late. In fact, there are tons! We’ve pulled a few late nights (and also did some digging) to unearth the vegan-friendly restaurants in Las Vegas that honor the night owls. From the Strip to the suburbs, here’s where you can find vegan food late night in Las Vegas. Not sure where to start? Check out the map of late night restaurants serving vegan food.
Organic when possible, El Dorado has flavorful vegan options. Don’t let it’s location next to Sapphire’s alarm you, it’s a legit restaurant serving up really good Mexican food … non-stop.
Late night munchies have a home at Madhouse Coffee. The 24-hour coffee shop features the Impossible Burger, as well as plenty of other vegan eats and drinks to give you some late night fuel.
If you’re craving some pho, head to Pho Kim Long, a staple in Chinatown Las Vegas on Spring Mountain. Order the pho, obviously.
Craving some late night (or early morning) Thai food? Head to this spot on Paradise Rd.
The Bronze Cafe, Friday – Sunday
If you’re Downtown and want healthy (or just healthier) Bronze Cafe inside The Market on Fremont East has plenty of eats from salads to sammies to tasty snacks and treats.
Located inside the vegan heaven of Wynn Las Vegas, Allegro is open straight through the night. With two vegan options — an organic ancient grain penne and Gardein Chick’n Pamrigiano, these dishes will set you back a pretty penny, but hey, you’re at the Wynn.
Evel Pie, 4:20 a.m.
We dig Evel Pie not only for the pizza, but also its vibrant location and excellent people watching. They use Daiya, so if you’re not a fan, hold the cheese.
Perfect Scoop, Friday – Sunday
The ultimate late night snack? Perhaps. Perfect Scoop has a variety of vegan ice creams to enjoy until way late.
Most Ethiopian Restaurants
Nearly every Ethiopian restaurant we’ve come across is open late … like until 4 a.m. Our favorite is Merkato (open until 1 a.m.), but we also dig Lucy’s Ethiopian (4 a.m.) and Abyssinia Ethiopian. They’re all right around the same price for a veggie platter (between $12 – $15) and open as late as 4 a.m.
Jinya, Friday – Saturday
The best ramen in town (or so we think!), Jinya is a hopping spot nearly every hour it is open. If you head there late, be prepared to wait a little — especially Thursdays – Saturdays. But, the wait is worth it for that spicy creamy vegan ramen and battered brussels sprouts with truffle oil.
Our top pick for Mexican food in Las Vegas in the Las Vegas Vegan Food Guide, Nacho Daddy offers a massive vegan menu (try the queso!) and is open until 3 a.m.
Located on E. Sunset Rd. (nearby one of our beloved top picks for pizza in the Valley, Pizza Company) is Pure Indian. While the times we have been there service has been meh at best, the vegan Indian eats are good, and the spot is open late.
Hanging late after a Golden Knights game, or just hungry because there are so few vegan options at T-Mobile Arena? Hop on down the lane to Beerhaus at The Park and order up one of their two vegan dogs to chow on.
If you want a vegan pasty, it’s not always a sure bet, but you never know! If they’re out of vegan pasties at Cornish Pasty Co., you can always nosh on a salad or their jalapeño and garlic fries.
We’ve died and gone to vegan chicken sandwich heaven at Flippin’ Good. They’ve got our top pick for the city’s best vegan sandwich, plus vegan onion rings.
Halal Guys, Thursday – Saturday
The menu here is pretty simple, so it’s easy to order. Falafel. Babaganouj. Hummus. Bam.
Jinya, Sunday – Thursday
Perfect Scoop, Monday – Thursday
SushiSAMBA, Friday – Saturday
One of the only sushi spots in town to offer an entire vegan menu, SushiSAMBA inside The Palazzo has sushi, tobanyaki and more to feast on. Late. Plus, sake samplers to keep the night going.
Tacos & Beer, Monday – Saturday
Jackfruit tacos. Craft beer. A scene. It’s a bar, dinner and party all in one.
Twin Peaks, Friday – Saturday, Eastern Ave.
There aren’t many options here, but they do serve the Beyond Burger (just hold the basics like cheese, sauce and bun).
Pop up Pizza
If you’re staying Downtown on Fremont or hanging at the Fremont Street Experience, bop into Pop Up Pizza inside The Plaza for a late night slice.
Beerhaus, Saturday – Thursday
Located in a nondescript strip mall off of Industrial Daddy’s Delight has heaps of vegan options from salads to sandwiches to pasta with organic tofu. If this spot isn’t on your radar yet, add it.
Paymon’s, Sahara Ave.
Mediterranean spot Paymon’s has some excellent vegan options — like their falafel — in a chill setting.
SushiSAMBA, Sunday – Thursday
Tacos & Beer, Sunday
Taco y Taco, Friday – Saturday, Eastern Ave.
This Chipotle-style spot lets you create burritos, bowls and more, plus has a salsa bar. And booze.
Twin Peaks, Sunday – Thursday, Eastern Ave.
Five50 Pizza Bar, 12:30, Aria
If you’re on The Strip and looking for a basic pizza, head to Five50 Pizza Bar. They don’t have vegan cheese, but their crust is nice and fluffy and you can add veggies to the flavorful sauce to make it a meal.
Halal Guys, Sunday – Thursday
This chain restaurant complete with a dog-friendly patio has quite a few vegan options like our favorite teriyaki bowl with tofu on a bed of brown rice. With two locations, it’s a sure thing if you’re near Town Square or hanging in Summerlin.
Nobu, Friday- Saturday, Caesars Palace
Our top pick for an indulgent dinner, Nobu has some amazing (albeit pricey) Japanese and Peruvian vegan eats.
Slice of Vegas, Friday – Saturday
Whether you want pizza, a Beyond Burger or some creamy cauliflower alfredo pasta, Slice of Vegas has an entire vegan menu to enjoy. Don’t skip the garlic bread with pesto. Seriously.
Paymon’s, Maryland Pkwy.
Twin Peaks, Las Vegas Blvd.
Like Slice of Vegas a restaurant down in the Shops at Mandalay Bay, Hussong’s Cantina has an entire vegan menu. Add some tequila and its a party.
Mint, 11:30 p.m. E. Flamingo location; 11:15 p.m. Friday – Saturday Durango
Indian food is always a good idea and Mint’s two locations and later hours make it easy to get that Indian craving sorted.
Nobu, 11 p.m. Sunday – Thursday, Caesars Palace
Slice of Vegas, Sunday – Thursday
Taco y Taco, 11 p.m. Sunday – Thursday, Eastern Ave.
The Bronze Cafe, Monday – Thursday