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Best vegan breakfasts in Las Vegas

I’ve always been a firm believer that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So since going vegan, I’ve made it my mission to find the most indulgent, delicious vegan breakfasts wherever I go and Las Vegas was no exception. Here is your guide to the best vegan breakfasts in Las Vegas, enjoy!

Vegan pancakes: Tableau at the Wynn Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip

The Wynn Hotel is a beautifully modern and luxurious addition to The Strip and has a fond place in my little vegan heart. Not only does it offer one of the best vegan breakfasts in Las Vegas but was also my first vegan breakfast experience in the states ever.

Outside the Wynn Hotel with a blue sky
Image credit: Andreas Wulff via Flickr
Inside the lobby area of the Wynn hotel in Las vegas with bright and flowery decor
Image credit: William Warby via Flickr

Inside their fine-dining restaurant, Tableau you’ll find a lovely menu built on seasonal ingredients for market-fresh breakfast, lunch and brunch dishes. But it is their veganised pancake breakfast that makes them stand out in my opinion!

Whilst Tableau doesn’t provide a wide variety of vegan options, they do the best vegan pancakes I have ever had which is why their place in this ‘best vegan breakfasts in Las Vegas’ post is secured!

The two vegan options available are Avocado Toast with grilled tomato, red onions and jalapeno jam and the Blueberry Whole Wheat Pancakes with pickled blueberries, blueberry citrus butter and maple syrup.

Mel wearing a blue dress and cardigan holding a knife and fork looking happy over blueberry pancakes at Tableau in the Wynn Hotel Las Vegas

Now, as any self-respecting vegan will tell you, I love me some avocado on toast but the chance to try Tableau’s spin on vegan pancakes was too good to pass up! The Blueberry Whole Wheat Pancakes come as a traditional american pancake stack and have a lovely fluffy texture. The blueberry parfait topping gave the pancakes a really nice tangy and fruity taste.

Very hearty. Very tasty! Just make sure you let your waiter know you’re vegan so they don’t add any eggs or butter to the pancakes.

Blueberry pancakes at Tableau in the Wynn Hotel Las Vegas

For drinks I kept it simple with a glass of water and cup of coffee but Tableau do a load of healthy juices and smoothies which will compliment any breakfast choice.

My favourites were the Red Deliciousness made with fuji apples, bell pepper, pomegranate, beets and lime and the Purify made with honeydew melon, green apples, kale, spinach, cayenne pepper and organic agave.

Something that makes this breakfast experience that bit more special is the fine-dining aspect of Tableau. I sometimes feel a bit out of place in fancy restaurants like this (especially when it’s only breakfast!) but I loved the elegant feel of the restaurant with the sparkling chandeliers, bright coloured walls and quirky tribal artwork on the back of the chairs.

Table and chairs in Tableau in the Wynn Hotel Las Vegas

As you’d expect with a high-end restaurant, Tableau unfortunately has higher-end prices with breakfast setting me back around $25 all in. Having said that though, the portion sizes are so large, this breakfast kept me full all day until dinner so in the end I saved money by skipping lunch!

French toast: Vegenation in downtown Las Vegas

Vegenation is an absolute vegan food gem. Based in downtown Las Vegas it was by far my favourite place to eat during our entire trip and definitely does the best vegan breakfasts in Las Vegas!

Outside sign of Vegenation in downtown Las Vegas

What I also love about this restaurant is how it promotes itself as community-based and in their own words: “on a mission to lead a food revolution”. And there’s no place better than sin city!

The food is 100% plant-based and uses fresh street food grown vegetables from local school garden programs, community gardens and freight farms.

Vegenation serve food all day and night with a pretty cool cocktail menu but it is their breakfast selection that really makes them stand out. They serve a wide range of vegan breakfast choices. From the more basic such as Super Food Porridge and Avocado Toast to the more indulgent such as the Waffles and Stuffed French Toast.

Mel holding up the Vegenation menu up to her nose, smiling at the food choices inside vegenation downtown Las Vegas

For drinks it’s not just your standard underwhelming morning coffee or tea but a selection fresh juices, smoothies, chilled refreshments and unique spins on your favourite cup of joe in the morning. Superfood coffee blend with jasmine green tea, cacao, hemp seeds, and coconut oil for a ‘Perky Potion’ anyone?

When I visited I went alllll in, ordering the Stuffed French Toast with vegan cream cheese and berry jam and a fruit bowl. I’ve never had cream cheese that tasted as good as this, (even b.v – before veganism!). Combined with the berry jam, it was the perfect filling in the already sinfully delightful french toast.

French toast with cream cheese and jam filling with a side of fruit at vegenation downtown las vegas

For a drink I opted for the Orange Burst which was an amazingly fresh juice with orange, carrot, ginger, pineapple and a cheeky dash of tumeric to give it that little extra ‘kick’.

In addition to the food, I really love the thought that Vegenation has put into giving themselves such a distinctive look and brand identity. The restaurant decor really encapsulates this with vegan inspired imagery and artwork. Also the quirkier aspects to their ‘look’ such as the massive chalkboard at the entrance with hand-written phrases such as, ‘vegans baby!’, ‘vegans burgers are for life’ and ‘food not bombs’.

Picture of some animals stuffed toys in a simulated slaughterhouse vehicle at vegenation downtown las vegas
artwork with a pig on a rainbow background with the words friend not food over it at vegenation downtown las vegas
chalk board with vegan messages on it at vegenation downtown las vegas

Compared with Tableau, Vegenation is far more affordable with a main here costing around $10 and I was still full until teatime!

All in all I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed breakfast time in Las Vegas! I can’t wait to travel back there again and start working my way around all the other incredible vegan food options they have to offer.

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About the author

Hi! I'm Mel a full-time Marketeer and part-time adventurer. I’m a British travel blogger who loves nothing more than immersing myself in different cultures and exploring new places. My goal is to inspire all of you office dwellers to follow your travel dreams whilst still working your 9-5.