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Truth & Tonic at The Venetian Las Vegas

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Truth & Tonic

Truth & Tonic is the first fully vegan restaurant on the Las Vegas strip and offers a healthy alternative for breakfast and lunch.

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Location

The Venetian

Today's Hours

Sunday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm

Monday Closed

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm

Thursday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm

Friday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm

Saturday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm

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Price

$$

Cuisine

Cafe

Phone

(702) 414-1000

Website

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CityRat

356 Points
7/21/2024

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Truth & Tonic is a fantastic vegan restaurant that serves 100% plant-based dishes. Located in the Venetian, you can access the restaurant through the guest elevator near Fat Tuesdays. Even if you're not staying at the Venetian, you can still visit by presenting your ID at the elevator. Security may ask if you have an appointment, but you don't need one to dine in, so don't worry. Once on the 4th floor, follow the signs to Canyon Ranch Spa to find the restaurant. I tried the frittatas during my visit and they were absolutely delicious.

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VortexA

350 Points
7/9/2024

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Truth & Tonic is a great spot for anyone looking for a healthy meal while exploring the Strip. The plant-based menu offers a variety of delicious options at typical Vegas prices. Some visitors have mentioned that the location can be a bit tricky to find, but there are a few different ways to get there. You can access Truth & Tonic through the fourth floor of The Venetian tower or the third floor of the Palazzo tower. Just use the guest suite elevators, which require access control on the ground floor. If you're not a guest at The Venetian, you'll need to show your ID to the security guard for access. Another option is to head to the shopping area on the second floor and take the elevators from there (no access control required).

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x7NdP

456 Points
4/18/2024

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I found Truth & Tonic by chance while strolling through the Venetian and it was an unexpected delight! The frittata had a great texture that felt like real eggs, and each bite was delicious. The mushroom hummus sandwich was also fantastic, especially towards the middle of the sandwich. My only complaint was that the salt on the table was white, so I recommend bringing your own Himalayan or Celtic salt grinder for a better experience.

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BetJinx

559 Points
4/17/2024

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Accessing Truth & Tonic at the Venetian was a bit of a challenge, as we had to navigate through security and have our IDs recorded in their system. It was frustrating not to see any signs or clear directions to the restaurant, making the journey even more difficult. Once inside, the atmosphere was pleasant and cozy. However, we experienced a delay in getting our food, waiting over 20 minutes for it to arrive. Despite being seated before another guest who ordered after us, their food arrived first. Unfortunately, some menu items we were interested in were unavailable, like the Lion's mane roll. When we tried to order something that caught our eye from another table, the waiter brought us a completely different dish instead. Although the food tasted good and flavorful, portion sizes were on the smaller side. The sourdough bread was disappointing, lacking the expected sour taste. To top it off, we found a long, light-colored hair in our salad towards the end of the meal. Overall, Truth & Tonic had its ups and downs, but the quality of the food and cozy atmosphere made the experience memorable.

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F4isher

403 Points
4/16/2024

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Truth & Tonic offers an all-vegan menu that my companion and I recently tried out. We ordered the breakfast "egg" tacos and the coconut milk French toast, both priced at $16 each. Despite getting our food to go, it was ready in just 10 minutes. The total bill came out to just under $40, with gratuity and service fee added on for to-go orders. While the prices are a bit steep, this is to be expected on the strip and in vegan establishments. Despite our food being cold by the time we got to eat it, an hour later, we both found it to be incredibly delicious. The breakfast tacos came with a small salad, while the French toast was topped with blueberries, strawberries, bananas, sliced almonds, and real maple syrup. I did not experience any of the security or ID check-in mentioned in other reviews. I accessed the restaurant through the shoppes on level 2 near the gondolas, taking the elevator next to Man Cave. It's a bit of a walk from the front entrance of the Venetian, so plan for at least a 5-minute journey.

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Blaze3Bear

359 Points
2/22/2024

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Truth & Tonic offers an all vegan menu, perfect for plant-based eaters. We ordered the breakfast "egg" tacos for $16 and the coconut milk French toast for $16, opting for a to-go order. The food was ready in just 10 minutes, although there was a gratuity and service fee added. The total came out to just under $40, which may seem expensive but is in line with other options on the strip and in vegan places. Despite eating our food an hour later when it was cold, we found it to be delicious. The breakfast "egg" tacos came with a small salad, while the coconut milk French toast was adorned with blueberries, strawberries, bananas, sliced almonds, and real maple syrup. It was a satisfying meal that we both enjoyed. Although some reviews mentioned having to check in with security or show ID for access, we did not have to do so. We accessed Truth & Tonic from the shoppes on level 2 near the gondolas, taking a single elevator next to Man Cave. Be prepared for a 5-minute walk from the front entrance of the Venetian to reach the restaurant.

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