15 Best Gluten-Free Restaurants in Las Vegas, NV

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Las Vegas is one of the most popular destinations to visit in the U.S. and for good reason. Everyone wants their shot at winning millions, to stroll down the famous “Strip”, and be amazed by the neon lights and nightlife of Sin City. It’s a one of a kind adventure and everyone should experience it, including celiacs and others with food intolerances. To help my fellow celiacs experience the magic of Sin City without worries, I’ve compiled a list of all the best gluten-free restaurants in Las Vegas, so all you need to do is get on a plane and go! This is the only guide you’ll need to eating gluten-free in Las Vegas.

Restaurants marked with a star (★) are 100% dedicated gluten-free.

Best Gluten-Free Restaurants in Las Vegas on The Strip

Mon Ami Gabi

If you want to devour one of the best gluten-free breakfasts on the Strip while enjoying beautiful views of the Bellagio Fountains, then the French bistro, Mon Ami Gabi, is your spot. Located in the Paris Resort & Casino Hotel, almost everything on the breakfast menu with the exception of the crepes can be prepared gluten-free. From smoked salmon eggs benedict to waffles dripping in blueberry sauce, you’ll be more than ready to explore the Sin City after fueling up here. Besides a great breakfast, Mon Ami also offers fantastic options for lunch and dinner.

The dedicated gluten-free dinner menu includes French classics such as liver pate, filet mignon, crispy duck confit, and my favorite, crème brûlée. To top it all off, every meal comes with warm gluten-free bread, sweet buttercream, and complimentary olives in roasted garlic, and herbs. As a Lettuce Entertain You restaurant, you can expect staff to be knowledgeable and well trained, and for proper procedure to be put in place to avoid cross-contamination. This includes, separate fryers, toaster, and allergy sticks on gluten-free foods.

From fantastic views, and scrumptious meals, to knowledgeable staff and creme brulees, Mon Ami is without a doubt one of the best gluten free restaurants on the Strip. Mon Ami Gabi also has other locations in Chicago, Maryland, and Virginia.

Celiac Note: Some of the items contain oats that are not certified gluten-free, so if you are sensitive, please ask the waiter if any of the food items contain them.

3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA | Visit Website

El Segundo Sol  

El Segundo Sol, is an authentic Mexican restaurant celiacs can trust and love. Not only are the staff extremely knowledgeable about celiac disease, but gluten-free orders are filled on pink slips to let the kitchen know it is an allergy sensitive meal. They have a dedicated fryer, the tortillas are certified gluten-free, gluten-free dishes come out with allergy sticks on them, and they have bottomless salsa and chips which even we can take part of! In case that’s not enough, they also have $5 margaritas during happy hour.

At El Segundo, you’ll always win! Guaranteed! Start eating your way through the dedicated gluten-free menu with bottomless chips and salsa, and freshly made guacamole. Then take your pick of the mouth-watering slow braised pork or the Mahi-Mahi tacos. Not feeling tacos? Then the cheesy, perfectly cooked carne asada enchiladas are waiting to send your taste buds on a trip to Mexico! Located right across from the Wynn, you won’t find a more delicious Mexican gluten-free restaurant on the Strip then El Segundo.

3200 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA | Visit Website


Next door to El Segundo, Stripburger is where you need to go to satisfy your burger and beer cravings. Though there isn’t a dedicated gluten-free menu, Stripburger is part of the Lettuce Entertain You restaurant group which is well known for catering to celiacs and having several procedures in place to avoid cross-contamination. Some of those procedures include allergy sticks, dedicated fryer and prep space, and trained staff who will immediately ask if you have an allergy before ordering. Not to mention, the gluten-free options are plentiful. Whether you’re ordering your burger lettuce wrap or a gluten-free bun, almost all their burgers can be made gluten-free! Stripburger is also a great spot on the Strip for happy hour or a late night bite.

3200 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA | Visit Website  


Throughout my gluten-free travels, I have always found Italian restaurants to be the most accommodating to celiacs, and Veranda at the Four Seasons is no different. From breakfast to dinner you will be spoiled and properly catered to. Start your day with a fantastic breakfast which includes waffles, pancakes, sausages, or a breakfast sampler in which you get a little bit of everything. After sightseeing, come back for more and try almost anything you want off the menu, almost everything can be made gluten-free. The chef and kitchen are very accommodating. As for the rest of the staff, they are well educated on celiac needs and are happy to explain their precaution procedures which include preparing gluten-free food in a separate area with separate, dedicated utensils and equipment. Your gluten-free dining experience at Veranda will be nothing short of extraordinary, so don’t miss out!

3960 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119, USA | Visit Website

Viva Las Arepas

Arepas, arepas, arepas! What can I say, they’re usually cheap, filling, scrumptious, and thankfully almost always gluten-free. The Venezuelan restaurant, Viva Las Arepas is the best and only spot in Vegas to satisfy your arepa cravings. Get ready to sample a variety of arepas, from roasted pork butt, and wood-fire shredded chicken, to black beans and cheese, you can have it all as all the arepas on the menu are gluten-free! I recommend ordering at least two or three, because they’re not only delicious but almost everything else (fried items) is off limits due to contaminated oil. Nonetheless, Viva Las Arepas is worth a visit, especially if you’re looking for an inexpensive gluten-free meal while on the strip.

1616 S Las Vegas Blvd #120, Las Vegas, NV 89104, USA | Visit Website

Cucina by Wolfgang Puck – CLOSED

Located in Crystals, the upscale luxury shopping mall, the Italian Cucina knows how to treat celiacs right. Homemade gluten-free pasta, gluten-free pizza, as well as waiters and staff who are well-versed on cross-contamination make up the gluten-free perks of this location. Though there isn’t a dedicated menu, the waiter will gladly walk you through which meals on the main menu can be adapted to be gluten-free as well as to accommodate other allergies. Popular gluten-free choices include rigatoni with pomodoro sauce, ravioli, flourless cake, and some of the best gluten-free pizza in Las Vegas! Cucina is a must if you are craving a delicious gluten-free pizza while on the Strip in Las Vegas.

3720 S Las Vegas Blvd #240, Las Vegas, NV 89158, USA | Visit Website

Sushi Roku

The inventive Sushi Roku restaurant is well known in Las Vegas for providing an exceptionally unique sushi experience the likes of which you won’t find anywhere else in Nevada. Luckily celiacs can enjoy this experience as well. Sushi Roku’s dedicated gluten-free menu highlights traditional Japanese dishes like miso soup, yakitori, sashimi, and of course sushi. Actually, all their sashimi and sushi can be made gluten-free even the baked crab rolls, as they use real crab meat. To make it even better, they make their own gluten-free soy sauce and ponzu. Now that’s what I call accommodating. Sushi Roku uses fresh, seasonal, global ingredients to create a unique sushi experience which no gluten-free eater should miss during their trip to Vegas!

3500 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA | Visit Website

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

Seafood lovers rejoice as you’re in for a treat at Joe’s Seafood restaurant. Located in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, this Lettuce Entertain You restaurant has an extensive dedicated gluten-free menu which you’ll drool over. It includes oysters, king crab legs, scallops, fish tacos, shrimp, lobster, filet mignon, New York strip steak, and lamb chops. Whatever you do, make sure to have the famous stone crab and their signature sides, like the hash browns. As for the staff, they are very aware of cross contamination and knowledge about celiac disease. Joe’s Seafood restaurant is without a doubt the best gluten-free restaurant in Las Vegas for seafood.

3500 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA | Visit Website

Best Gluten-Free Friendly Buffets In Las Vegas

As a celiac, one of the first things we learn to avoid are buffets due to the high possibility of cross contamination. However, in the buffet capital of the world there are a few gluten-free friendly restaurants which can cater to us. Though I cannot give a personal account, many celiac travelers have stated that they ate safely at the following buffets in Las Vegas, and would highly recommend them. As always, make your own judgement on whether it’s safe or not to eat there as no one has your level of strictness or tolerance.

At each of these buffets you should let the waiter know that you have celiac, they’ll then ask if you would like the chef to walk you through the buffet to show you what is and isn’t safe to consume. Also, all the chefs are willing to make some dishes specially for you in the kitchen if you request it.

Here are the best gluten-free friendly buffets in Las Vegas according to the celiac and gluten-free community.

ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas  

Aria makes every effort to keep gluten-free items separate from gluten items whenever possible. They offer made-to-order gluten-free pizza and pasta, while the buffet includes options like prime ribs, tiramisu, crab legs, and more.

Buffet At Wynn

Wynn is said to have one of the largest gluten-free options in Vegas. Made-to-order options include gluten-free pancakes, brownies, pizza, and waffles to name a few.

Wicked Spoon

Located at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, Wicked Spoon is one of the most highly rated gluten-free friendly buffets by the celiac community. The restaurant offers a buffet in which every item is labelled whether it’s gluten-free or not. Some made-to-order items include: french toast, pizza, and pasta. The buffet is said to have plenty of gluten-free options, and an entire gluten-free dessert section.

Best Gluten Free Restaurants in Las Vegas (Off The Strip)

House of Manchester Caribbean Grill ★

When it comes to Vegas, there’s a variety of different types of cuisine, from Mexican to Italian, however in the Caribbean department it falls short. Luckily, House of Manchester’s Caribbean Grill is there to fill that gap and give gluten-free eaters a delicious dining experience. Succulent jerk chicken, coconutty rice and peas, flaky Jamaican patties, fried sweet plantains, and perfectly stewed curry goat are just a few of the long lists of dishes awaiting you at this small restaurant in North Las Vegas. The food is not only homemade and unbelievably delicious, it’s also 100% gluten-free. The owner and staff members are super friendly and accommodating to other allergies as well. If you’re seeking a different and scrumptious gluten-free meal while in Vegas, House of Manchester is worth leaving the Strip for. You won’t regret it.

2256 Losee Rd suite e, North Las Vegas, NV 89030, USA | Visit Website

Fruits and Roots Wellness Kitchen

Las Vegas is filled with spots serving unhealthy options, however at Fruits and Roots you’ll get exactly what the body and mind needs, nutritional, organic, and real food! The 98% gluten-free menu focuses on cold pressed juices, smoothies, acai bowls, build-your own wellness bowls, and wraps with many vegan and vegetarian options. The few options which aren’t gluten-free can’t cause cross-contamination as the wraps, wellness bowls, granola, dressings, and acai bowls are all gluten-free. An added bonus is that they have a drive thru. A drive thru with a 98% gluten-free menu, now that’s what I call winning in Vegas. Fruits and Roots also has a second location on Blue Diamond Rd.

885 W Sunset Rd #180, Las Vegas, NV 89113, USA | Visit Website

Lazy Joe’s Fish and Chips

Sinfully good fried food which happens to be gluten-free is Lazy’s Joe’s specialty. All the fried foods at this small hidden gem are 100% gluten-free! Gluten-free fish and chips, chicken fingers, onion rings, fried calamari, and mozzarella sticks, need I say more? You should try the sampler option, so you can get a little taste of everything, then get a bit more of whatever you enjoyed. The made-to-order, perfectly seasoned, crispy fish and chips always takes me back to the amazing fish and chips I devoured on my gluten-free London trip.

The homemade batter is made of corn flour and everything is fried in soybean oil, so my celiac friends allergic to or who can’t handle corn or soy, this spot is not for you. Though some gluten containing items are on the menu like sandwiches, wraps, mayo, and hush puppies, the staff are knowledgeable and understand cross contamination. For a sinfully good gluten-free option while in Sin City, head to Lazy Joe’s.

7835 S Rainbow Blvd #22, Las Vegas, NV 89139, USA | Visit Website

FireFly Tapas Kitchen

If you are looking for a fun eating experience with a group while in Vegas, then Firefly’s small shared dishes will be a hit. The beauty of tapas is that they are small portions, and thus allow you to get a little taste of everything while enjoying communal eating. As for what you can eat here, the possibilities are more than you can imagine. The dedicated gluten-free menu has traditional Spanish dishes such as tortillas, paella, patatas bravas, and grilled octopus. Did I mention you can have sangria too? If you manage to save room for dessert, there are also plenty of options to choose from. Just a word of advice, this place is packed all the time, so be sure to make a reservation to avoid long wait time.

3824 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89119, USA | Visit Website

Best Gluten-Free Bakeries In Las Vegas

GlutenZero Bakery ★

With a motto, “for gluten-free people by gluten-free people, you can rest assured that you will be taken care of at this 100% gluten-free bakery in Las Vegas. The friendly celiac owner takes great measures to make sure none of her ingredients contain gluten and that her bakery is truly a safe haven for celiacs. Hence why she makes everything on site from scratch. From oatmeal raisin cookies and cupcakes, to pizzas and pies, you’ll find that whatever you choose will exceed your expectations. Some of my favorites from GlutenZero, are the chewy and chocolatey cookies and carrot cakes. If you want to win while in Vegas, definitely make a visit GlutenZero Bakery.

9500 S Eastern Ave #130, Las Vegas, NV 89123, USA | Visit Website

Senza Gluten Free Bakery ★

Senza Gluten-Free Bakery is one of the best gluten-free bakeries in Las Vegas, and for good reason. It’s 100% gluten-free, the goodies are exceptional good, the prices are affordable compared to other gluten-free bakeries, and they are very accommodating to other allergies, specifically dairy. As for the menu, it has some creative and must-try adventurous goodies like cheddar jalapeno donuts, and grapefruit sandwich cookies, alongside classic gluten-free treats like cupcakes, tiramisu, donuts, and even pretzels and cream puffs. Their cinnamon buns, and Brazilian cheese puffs are not to be missed. I highly recommend visiting Senza Bakery during your gluten-free trip to Las Vegas, it just might be the highlight.

9640 W Tropicana Ave #119, Las Vegas, NV 89147, USA | Visit Website

Scratch Made ★

Scratch Made is the new kid on the block, but it’s quickly making a name for itself. The dedicated gluten-free bakery has taken a spot in downtown Las Vegas, not far from the Strip, and is offering scrumptious baked goodies which will satisfy your sweet-tooth or snack cravings. Sweet treats includes lemon bars and cinnamon and coconut cakes, while the savory items include pies, quiches, and even pierogis. Scratch Made is also a great choice for a gluten-free breakfast if you are near the Strip.

1015 S 3rd St, Las Vegas, NV 89104, USA | Visit Website

With this excellent list of the best gluten-free restaurants in Las Vegas, you won’t have to gamble with your health, just with your money! So what are you waiting for?

Ben is the founder of Happy Celiac and a seasoned globetrotter with over 15 years of experience living gluten-free. He has embarked on a full-time travel adventure for the past decade, crisscrossing the globe from Europe to South East Asia and the Americas, exploring gluten-free dining options in every corner of the world. His first-hand experience in navigating the culinary intricacies of gluten-free travel has given him a unique perspective on travel and adventure, which he shares through his writing. His expertise and authority in the field make him an excellent resource for anyone looking to explore new destinations.


  1. Three of the places listed here appear to be permanently closed: House of Manchester Caribbean Grill, GlutenZero Bakery, and Scratch Made.


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