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Crossroads Kitchen


3000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
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Whether you’re vegan, with somebody who says seriously that they’re flexitarian, or just want to enjoy a meatless meal, Crossroads Kitchen is the place to go for fine dining that just so happens to be plant-based. The dining room feels a bit like a music industry executive’s formal dining room (think lots of dark wood and rock ’n’ roll photography on the walls). Start with the famous Impossible Cigars, a Moroccan-style egg roll made of savory vegan meat wrapped in a flaky, crispy wrapper that’s served with an almond yogurt sauce and presented in a wooden cigar box. The restaurant recently expanded its hours (and menu) to include lunch and weekend brunch, but you should really come here for dinner before catching one of Resort World Theater’s headliners.

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