Late Night Vegetarian Dining in Vegas

You’re in Vegas. It’s late. And as you leave the bar there is only one thing on your mind: food! We’ve all been there. But, as a vegetarian in Las Vegas, it can be a bit difficult to find a restaurant with vegetarian options–let alone a vegetarian restaurant that’s open all night. But have no fear, meat-free sustenance can be found on The Strip, even at 3am. Here’s where:

Cafe Vettro at Aria

This is a huge, sit down restaurant that is open 24 hours and rarely has a wait. Located at the back of the casino floor, it’s the perfect spot for a late night (or early morning) omelette with your choice of fillings. They’ve also got salads, an ooey-gooey grilled cheese and an amazing Belgian waffle.

The Henry at The Cosmopolitan

This is another 24 hour sit down restaurant, conveniently located right inside the doors facing Las Vegas Boulevard. Breakfast features prominently on the late night menu, including omelettes with your choice of filling and a to-die-for cinnamon roll french toast. Deep fried mac ‘n beer cheese or their signature truffle tots also make a great snack.

Sugar Factory at Paris

While this may sound like a dessert-only place (and they do desserts quite well) Sugar Factory also offers quite a few vegetarian dishes and is blissfully open 24 hours a day. With breakfast served 11pm-1pm, crepes and omelettes make a great late night meal, as well as their 24 hour offerings, including a double-decker veggie burger, deep fried mac ‘n cheese and salads.

America at New York, New York

When it’s late and you don’t know what you want, head here: they’ve got a little bit of everything. From edamame and salads to veggie burgers and pizza (and of course, breakfast faves like pancakes and omelettes) there are lots of vegetarian and vegan  options at all hours of the day and night.

Planet Dailies at Planet Hollywood

Per usual, breakfast abounds at this 24-hour spot, but there are also some pasta options and sandwiches that could easily be made vegetarian. Vegan eats are slim, but there are salads and sides served all night so you’ll always find something to eat.

Carnegie Deli at Mirage

Their menu is a large and can be hard to sift through (especially late at night) but this 24 hour deli serves enormous portions and has plenty of vegetarian and vegan eats. Breakfast abounds, as well as traditional deli sides and salads. Meat eaters will love their oversized sandwiches, so everyone goes home happy.

Café at Bellagio

The 24/7 menu at this upscale late-night eatery includes eggs any style, a grilled portobello sandwich, pancakes and a bananas foster waffle. It’s a bit off the beaten path; head towards the meeting rooms past the Conservatory to find this late-night vegetarian dining haven.

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6 Responses to Late Night Vegetarian Dining in Vegas

  1. Saving Dinah says:

    This is a great resource – if we’re ever in Vegas, this blog will come in handy =)

    Many thanks,
    Saving Dinah crew

  2. VegetarianVegas says:

    Thank you! Hope it helps, let me know if you have any questions.

  3. Kelley says:

    I like to take cooking classes when I go on holidays. Do you have any ideas about where to get a veggie cooking class (or sort of veggie one) in Vegas?

  4. Samantha says:

    Hussong’s Cantina and Slice of Vegas in Mandalay Place have recently announced a lineup of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options for National Vegan Month in November. Let me know if you’d like more details!

  5. VegetarianVegas says:

    Hey Samantha, I’d love to hear more! Thanks.

  6. Daryl says:

    This is good info for people visiting Vegas. But as a local, the last thing I want to do is drive to the strip for food. I’m a new vegan in Vegas & I’ve been eating pretty much just subway for a late night meal. I’m really hoping for something more.

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