It can be hard to stick to a healthy diet especially when you travel to a city that’s filled with good food and Michelin-star restaurants. However, if you know where to find spots that offer food that are both healthy and yummy, dieting in a city like Las Vegas can be very manageable. If you will be visiting Vegas soon, here are three places that you might want to check out when you want to eat something that’s good for you.
Go Raw Café
Go Raw Cafe uses only the finest organic nuts, grains, seeds, and produce. It is one of the most popular go-to restaurants of vegans who have the strictest of diets around. One of Go Raw Cafe’s most popular entrees is the Mock “Salmon” Sushi, which is a vegan sushi that is made of alfalfa sprouts, Enoki mushrooms, mustard, avocado, yam, garlic, ginger, and, of course, rice. Anyone who’s looking for guiltless pleasures will always find something to munch on here at Go Raw Cafe.
Ahh, wonderful Greek food. Greek food has always been associated with healthy choices, and you can find some of the best of them at this restaurant. For starters, there’s Grilled Octopus, which is made of sashimi-quality Mediterranean octopus. For the main course, the Shrimp Saganaki is highly recommended, which is made of cous cous, tomato, and feta. As for dessert, this restaurant serves the best-tasting Greek yogurt in Las Vegas!
Society Cafe Encore
Society Café Encore was ranked by About.com as the number one breakfast spot in Las Vegas and for good reason. Instead of offering the usual American breakfast, the restaurant’s head chef Jeremy Pacecho puts a healthy twist on some of the U.S.’ oiliest food items. Society serves bagel not but not with peanut butter and jelly. Instead, its bagel goes with cream cheese, capers, onions, tomatoes, and salmon – a perfect meal to start the day. There’s also the Popeye Omelette, which is made with spinach, mushrooms, onions, and herb-roasted Yukon potatoes.
Society Café Encore is located at the Wynn, which is one of the most revered casinos in Las Vegas that suffered huge losses when online casinos became a big hit in the 90s. The Wynn, along with other casinos on the strip, scrambled to offer new services to its guests, and one of its solutions was to bring in more clientele by offering EDM music – one of the most popular musical genres today — to its club attendees. In addition, it hired expert chefs like Jeremy Pacheco to give guests a reason to travel to the establishment and enjoy his spectacular menu. To this day, InterCasino, quite possibly the biggest casino gaming provider in the world, remains one of the toughest competitors of land-based gaming businesses by tapping not only countries in the West but also the East, and offering support to Asian languages and currencies. Hence why so many casinos like The Wynn need to offer a varied array of dining and entertainment options to gain a larger reach when it comes to potential new markets.
Finding the best, healthy spots in Las Vegas isn’t that hard. All you need is to take a look around this great city and you’ll eventually find something to your liking.