Gluten Free In Las Vegas, Nevada

Last weekend was spent in Las Vegas for my bachelorette weekend away.  This wasn't exactly your traditional bachlorette weekend, but there was one night of dancing at a club on the strip.  The rest was made up of yummy gluten free food at some neat restaurants, a trip to Red Rocks Canyon, and a visit to the Atomic Testing Museam.
Here were some of our eats;


6435 S Rainbow Blvd #100
Las Vegas, NV 89118
(702) 220-6449


We went here for breakfast twice because it was so delicious!  And they have a gluten free menu (scroll down to the bottom for it)! It was so good and so awesome to come to a breakfast place where I could eat safely.  They even had gluten free pancakes, but I wasn't really in that kind of a mood so I didn't get them.


3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(877) 346-4642


We went here for dinner on the first night and I didn't even know it was Bobby Flay's restaurant.  We ate in the lounge and our server knew exactly what I meant when I said gluten and dairy free and even double checked with the chef on both my orders.  I ordered a tuna nachos dish and a grilled asparagus salad, both were increadibly good, but a bit too spicy for me in my somewhat sick state (I had a cold over the weekend...bummer...I know!).


3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 632-7401


We went here for dinner on our big night out and again ate in the lounge area.  The service wasn't exactly awesome, but the bar manager made up for it well by comping us our drinks ($17 drinks! ridiculous!). The food was also very good and I didn't get sick from it.  Not sure if they were quite as understanding as Mesa Grill though.  I had prosciutto wrapped melon and a salad.


6689 Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 589-7711


Lucky for us there was one of these just past the Mandalay Bay Hotel.  We got some house made guacamole and chips to munch on, some Kind bars, my favorite BBQ sauce, and some new buckwheat pancake mix to try!