Best Farm To Table Restaurants In Las Vegas

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On the off chance that eating at farm-to-table restaurants in Las Vegas was unfathomable to you, unconventional even, this post includes a CATALOG of the best ones to try. Believe not what you hear about the sinning and gambling. That may be true for some, but the rest of us live a normal life. Sorry to disappoint you. It may come as a surprise, but we have cows. Gardens, farms, and even horse stables. I live near one actually. Behind my house, across the street to be exact. Horse parked next to me at a green won’t let me forget it. Local ingredient sourcing in Las Vegas is as real as the many times you didn’t hit the jackpot. Dig in:


Coffee shop slash undercover farm-to-table ninja. Sourcing ingredients from local farms only and making everything else from scratch. Located at 1126 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101.




Growing up in Hilo Hawaii, Chef Roy collided his upbringing surroundings by farmers, foragers and fishermen to Harvest at Bellagio.


Approaching American cookery with Chef Brian’s travels, classic training, and Midwestern roots sustainably and locally sourced through Chinatown markets is Sparrow + Wolf. Located at 4480 Spring Mountain Road, Suite 100.


Reintroducing the neighborhood butcher shop farm-to-table style is Echo & Rig using fresh local produce. Look out for a selection of prime meats coming to your table before being grilled. Located at Tivoli Village.

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Interpreting American comfort foods using locally sourced is not easy, but SOMEHOW Carson Kitchen does and comes up with dishes like the Bacon Jam topped with baked brie. Located at 124 S. 6th St., Suite 100.

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Farm fresh cuisine at Herringbone inside Aria Resort & Casino involves line-caught seafood and meats. Don’t forget to come on an empty stomach.




It’s hard to believe that vegan food can be so damn good, but with Vegenation’s local produce ingredients it’s kinda hard not to find yourself accidentally turning vegan. Located at 616 E. Carson Ave.

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Surprise! MTO Cafe has proven to be more than a cafe serving up food made with high quality fresh ingredients. Located at 500 S Main St, Las Vegas.

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Proving the desert is no match when you’re set on a farm-to-table inspired menu, tasting and experiencing Honey Salt quite literally doesn’t feel like you’re in Las Vegas. Located at 1031 S. Rampart Blvd.

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Soulful, quality food is the signature at “eat” mixed with American comfort classics with French culinary twists using sustainable, fresh, locally sourced, organic ingredients. Located at 707 Carson St., on 7th.

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