Wing King

Are you looking for vegan wings in Las Vegas? 

Wing King in Spring Valley is a laid-back, reggae themed spot (its theme is peace, love and wings) serving up wings and other bar favorites. It’s rare to find anything vegan other than carrots and celery sticks at a wing joint, but Wing King is one of the city’s only vegan-friendly wing restaurants.

With green V’s clearly labeled on the menu, its apparent that this wing joint gets being vegan  … so you can relax and know you’re getting served legit vegan wings and sauces. And with over 100 different sauces (all created by the self-proclaimed sauce-ologist himself, owner Brian Peace), you’ll find plenty of reasons to keep coming back.

Wing King is serving up vegan options including vegan wings made in house! For more vegan restaurants in Las Vegas, visit www.vegansbaby.com

Plan on getting your fingers dirty, it’s worth it!

Obviously, the must-try item on the menu is Wing King’s Vegan Wings. These bad boys are made in-house and can be tossed in your choice of sauces. Our pick? The Triple Garlic Hot.

Feeling indecisive? It’s all good. You can taste a few before you make that all-important sauce decision (which is really tough because they’re all delicious).

What’s in the vegan wings at Wing King? They’re non-GMO soy-based creations that include a mock bone to keep its shape. The Vegan Wings debuted this fall, but the results thus far have cemented they’re staying power: they’re reeling in vegans and non-vegans.

Wing King is serving up vegan options including vegan wings made in house! For more vegan restaurants in Las Vegas, visit www.vegansbaby.com

Not in the mood for wings?

Find the Vegetarian/Vegan section on the right of the menu. Items such as the Vegan Incognito Burger (with a Beyond Meat patty) and the Vegan Chick’n Sandwich (Gardein) are topped with Veganaise, mustard, red onion and tomato, then wrapped in a romaine lettuce leaf and served with a side of fries.Wing King is serving up vegan options including vegan wings made in house! For more vegan restaurants in Las Vegas, visit www.vegansbaby.com

The vegan menu items don’t end there.

Hidden under “BYO” Pizza are plenty of veggie options along with vegan cheese and Gardein chick’n strips. If meat substitutes aren’t your thing, Collie Buds tossed in one of the many sauces are the way to go.

Wing King is serving up vegan options including vegan wings made in house! For more vegan restaurants in Las Vegas, visit www.vegansbaby.com

If you’re into it, ask your server for an infusion of CBD oil. CBD can be added to any sauce on the menu, but perfectly compliments a side of vegan ranch with your fries.

— Kathryn Hartwig, recipe blogger at GrassFedKat – Food For All

4235 S Fort Apache Rd, Ste 250, Las Vegas 89147 | 702.431.9464

Open daily: Monday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 10pm; Sunday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.

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