While the menu is not full-on vegan, there are enough dairyless options to get the waffle party started. For breakfast, you can ingest a vegan waffle with choice of fruit toppings or opt for the Churronimo (vegan waffle tossed in cinnamon and sugar) or the Viva Las Elvis (vegan waffle topped with bananas, peanut butter, almonds and agave). I dropped in for lunch and ordered the Guru Burger (vegan patty, tomato, arugula and guru sauce on a warm waffle) and an Avocado Dream smoothie (avocado, almond milk, agave, vanilla).
The smoothie was just kind of meh, but the burger tasted great. Not sure what's in that guru sauce, but it's downright addicting. I may never eat a sandwich that isn't served on a waffle ever again! You can add a side of housemade chips if you're feeling extra naughty or order one of Tiabi's additional vegan offerings, such as a vegan salad, specialty coffee drink or a fruit smoothie. I will be back soon to wrap my lips 'round that Churronimo.
Tiabi is located in the Target strip mall on the corner of Flamingo Road and Maryland, not too far from the strip. Definitely don't try walking it in the summer. You'll die in the 111 degree heat and no waffle is worth your life.
Remember, my best advice to vegans planning a Vegas vacation is to rent a car while you're there. Having wheels in Sin City opens up a world of plant-based food options. Trust me, it's worth the extra scratch, and besides, a few decent hands of Blackjack will more than cover the rental cost.