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Vegan-friendly Burritos on The Strip
Food Court or Street Vendor
Chipotle is a national burrito chain, owned by the McDonalds corporation. The rice and black beans are cooked without animal products and Chipotle has a number of vegetables and a variety of vegan salsas to put on the burritos.
on Dec 30 08
(last updated Dec 30 08)
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Chipotle is very tasty and it's a quick option for vegans on the go. You can order a burrito with no tortilla - cilantro lime rice with black or pinto beans, fajita type veggies, salsa (a few choices), and lettuce and guac. While Chipotle is good - and there are quite a few of them in Vegas - try Qdoba. Same type of food, but they have both grilled veggies (zucchini, squash, onions...) and the fajita veggies to choose from. They also have a tasty mango salsa that Chipotle doesn't offer.
I wouldn't normally write a review about a chain restaurant owned by McDonalds, but I thought that the following information might be useful for other vegans visiting Las Vegas:
There are a number of vegetarian restaurants in Vegas, but unfortunately they're off The Strip and generally pretty far away from the tourist attractions and tend to close fairly early. The other vegan-friendly options that seem to show up a decent amount on VegGuide are the hotel buffets. Unfortunately, most of these buffets stop serving food by 10:30 PM. Fortunately, Chipotle is centrally-located (right across Las Vegas Boulevard from the Forum at Caesar's Palace and The Mirage) AND it's open until midnight.
I would have probably gone to bed hungry after a long day of travel if I hadn't stumbled across this place at 11:30 PM.
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Located at Harrah's, inside of a food court.