Another national chain of healthful restaurants, True Food Kitchen is a newcomer to the Las Vegas area, with a second one in the works for the Forum Shops at Caesars in early 2020. The cafe serves healthful dishes that include vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, keto, and paleo options, as well as seasonal selections. An ideal spot for lunch or happy hour, healthy eaters can enjoy salads, pizzas, bowls, burgers and sandwiches, and desserts (like a clever vegan squash pie with a graham cracker crust and coconut whipped cream). There’s also a full bar, for those who still want to enjoy a cocktail or some bubbles with their meals.
VeggiEAT Xpress is a fast-casual vegan concept that serves predominantly Asian-influenced items like sushi, curries, stir-fry noodles, fried rice, noodle soups, and favorites like sweet and sour shrimp and General Tso's chicken -- all made with soy, pea, and wheat-based proteins.
You have to respect a place that puts it right in the name. At Café No Fur, everything is vegan, which means nothing comes from anything with fur (or feathers, or feet, or fins). The menu could easily pass for a classic American bar and grill, except for the fact that it's all vegan. Start your morning with a grand slam breakfast or loco moco, and for lunch or dinner try a burger topped with bacon, a Philly cheesesteak, pizza, corn dogs, brats, wings, ribs, tacos, loaded fries, buckets of fried chicken or popcorn shrimp. The cafe even has its own creamery that uses almond milk to make a variety of inventive ice cream flavors and creative ice cream desserts.