Veggy Street makes plant-based eating easy

The Veggy cheeseburger and yucca fries at Veggy Street.
Photo: Steve Marcus

Modern, “catchall” vegan restaurants have been popping up all over the Valley in recent years—some tasting better than others. One of the best, Veggy Street, is celebrating one year of businesses this month, and there’s no surprise as to why it’s going strong.

Inside the casual, black-and-white eatery are a handful of tables that can easily sit small groups, and a communal working space in the center. But the food is the important aspect here, and it should appeal to non-meat-eaters and meat-eaters alike.

If you’re looking for something filling, the cheeseburger ($10.75) is a must-order. Veggy Street uses Beyond Meat patties, butter lettuce, tomato, red onions, quinoa and vegan American cheese—all in a delicious and soft pretzel bun. Don’t let other places fool you with promises of an In-N-Out knock-off. Veggy Street’s burgers pack plenty of savory umami and meaty mouth-feel without trying to imitate any one flavor.

Vegan Mexican food can also be hit or miss, but Veggy Street’s tamale di Po’lenta ($8) is mostly hit. Wrapped in a kale leaf, the polenta masa is a riff on the Mexican staple, cooked with meatless “grounds” and vegan mozzarella and served with black beans. Other must-haves include the gluten-free street tacos ($6.25), served in soft-but-firm tapioca dough tortillas, and an infused H20 Bomb ($3.50)—water with your choice of crushed cucumber, pineapple or apple, with mint, acai-lychee jelly, guarana and B-12. Now that’s what I call eating and drinking to your health. 

VEGGY STREET 5135 S. Fort Apache Road #110, 702-798-0708. Monday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

Tags: Dining, Food
Photo of Leslie Ventura

Leslie Ventura is a staff writer at Las Vegas Weekly and Industry Weekly. She’s picked the brains of rock stars ...

Get more Leslie Ventura
  • Clevelander Michael Symon’s beef brisket is smoked so the fattiest bits melt in your mouth, in strong contrast to the charred skin. Equally noteworthy is ...

  • Priced at just $3.50 (!), it’s a faithful and toothsome version of Vietnam’s national stacker—crispy baguettes stuffed with pork pâté, pork sausage and roast pork ...

  • The Wynn cafe offers breakfast all day, including green tea pancakes, stuffed French toast and a spicy chicken sausage and potato omelet, along with a ...

  • Get More Dining Stories
Top of Story