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Casino Owner Steve Wynn Makes Vegan Options Mandatory At Las Vegas Properties

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Casino owner Steve Wynn has gone vegan…at least that’s the rumor!

What’s not a rumor is that Wynn has made it mandatory that every restaurant at his Vegas properties provide several vegan options. Best. News. All. Day!!!!

Some of the new dishes include Fava Bean Puree with sautéed hon shimeji mushrooms, snap pea salad and aged balsamic vinegar, Risotto con Verdure di Stagione, and Watermelon Gazpacho with avocado, jicama, tomato, cucumber, cilantro and yucca crisp.

Las Vegas Sun columnist John Katsilometes — who’s chronicling his decision to go vegan in a summer blog series — was elated by the news.

“I swear to God, I was thrilled” Katsilometes said. “The places that are really vegan-friendly in Vegas are nowhere near the Strip. … This very well could have a domino effect. You could see the other resort chains announcing, ‘We’ve got vegan menus, too.'”

We’re totally jazzed about Wynn’s decision and look forward to visiting his casinos soon. Will this decision inspire you to support Wynn’s empire of veggie casinos? Leave a comment and let us know!

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