Truth & Tonic. A Canyon Ranch Cafe
Truth & Tonic offers sit-down and take-out. Follow our IG @truthandtoniccafe
Venetian Tower Directions: 4th floor of the Venetian Guest Elevators, Follow Signs for Canyon Ranch Spa + Fitness. Truth & Tonic is located next to the Fitness Center with the Rock Wall
Palazzo Tower Directions: 3rd Floor Guest Elevators, Walk Through the Canyon Ranch Spa + Fitness Entrance and Follow Signs for the Venetian Tower.
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Staff temperature check required
- Contact tracing information collected
Good food (thought pretty pricey for what you're getting). Portions were okay - I left a bit hungry. Side fruit salad thing needs to be improved. Also, when you pay at the register the machine adds gratuity, I didn't know that and I added my own on top of that. I ended up paying $50 for 2 sandwiches which is insane!
I couldn't have been more excited to try the first all-vegan restaurant on the Las Vegas strip. And I couldn't have been more disappointed. First of all, it's not even a full-service restaurant -- it's order-at-the-counter and seat-yourself style, with too-bright lighting and televisions playing daytime TV (i.e., all the ambiance of a strip mall). Why is this even on Open Table?! More importantly, the food was just okay. I had much better vegan food at non-vegan restaurants on site. Mostly, I find it insulting to vegans that the Venetian feels we don't deserve the lovely atmosphere and full service offered at nearly every other restaurant on site.
All plant based. Was finally able to have my wife experience eggs (mung beans made…but so much like the real thing).
We also loved the juices and the smoothie. Highly recommend the inflation fighter…we’d been bouncing around and walking a lot the past few days and it really helped start the day.
The food was delicious and great re-creations of non vegan options. Fresh juice drinks were not so fresh. It tasted like some parts of it was regular juice instead of from a juicer.
Not worth the price. Very small lunch counter type place.
Service was by far some of the best on The Strip. Wait staff was attentive and not only kept our table up to date on courses but kept our drinks full.
Having egg and dairy allergies it’s common that my husband and I have to amend menu options.. Truth & Tonic was a breath of fresh air with a fully Vegan menu. For once we didn’t have to wonder.
We stopped before our flight out of Vegas with a tiny little layover.. this meal kept us full all day!
Fantastic vegan options! Attentive service and friendly staff.
I paid $16 for a Greek salad full of green olives. Salad dressing had good flavor, but I was thrown off by the green olives. Servers were nice and friendly. Service was good.
Food is incredible. There were many people picking up take out and I can see why. If I lived in Las Vegas I would be ordering take out from them all the time. Prices are very good as well. The place...nothing cool. I would not go there for the ambiance or make a reservation again. It's a cafe inside a spa. Hard to find. Not super nice.The food, however, is delicious and worth it. I don't regret going because the food was so good. I would not recommend the experience, though, just the food. If they served this amazing food in a nice restaurant, they would be incredibly successful.
Good for vegan breakfast. We liked the soy chorizo the most. We had it in a taco and in a frittata. It was crowded and we had to wait around 30 min before being attended. The place was really hard to find, it is inside the spa/gym of the Venetian hotel. Place is hidden and has no windows or views to the outside. I don’t recommend it for dinner nor for special occasion, it’s only a good place for breakfast, brunch, smoothies.
Bottomless mimosas and vegan brunch in a quiet spot in Vegas on the strip? Absolutely! This place was great and the staff were super friendly.
The food here is terrible and way over priced. My burrito was tasteless mush, and cost nearly $20.00 for it. I wouldn’t recommend this place to anyone.
Went out for a Mother’s Day brunch with my daughter and young granddaughter. The food was good and very visually appealing. My daughter got the spinach and kale avocado toast and I got the cheddar cheese and soyrizo frittata. Both were very good although the frittata was a little bit dry in my honest opinion. A few breakfast potatoes would be a nice side dish for the frittatas. There was a nice touch of edible flowers on top of both dishes. My granddaughter got the pancakes with bananas and chocolate chips. I thought the chocolate chips might be inside the pancakes but they were on top and melted into a big pancake mess that she loved. What I wasn’t happy about is that a simple cup of green tea, a plain tea bag, in a SMALL cup of water was $7.00 for my daughter. I asked to go to Truth and Tonic for Mother’s Day and I was embarrassed at that outrageous price for a plain cup of green tea. It wasn’t even poured to the top of the cup. I’m glad I didn’t order a specialty coffee. The service was not over the top or impressionable. I may or may not return, just not super impressed.
Horrible. I wish I could give it 0 stars. Would not recommend.
The food was delicious!
This place doesn’t even exist.... went for my reservation to a wall covering the restaurants location saying “something new is coming.”
We were not staying at the Bellagio but came there just for a plant-based restaurant. Even with reservations, it was extremely difficult to find. Once discovering it was in the spa and convincing security we intended to dine there, we were disappointed that it was counter service only as we'd been searching for this place for 45 minutes . The gal who took our order was rude and it was apparent that washing pens was more important than us or all the people lined up behind us. The food was delicious and I would eat here every morning if not for the security hassle, long line, and terrible customer service. (She obviously did not want to be there taking order much less making coffee and drinks for people. The lady in front of us waited over 10 minutes just to order a coffee, and there was no line in front of her.)
The food was very good but it was a little confusing when we got there. We had reservations and there was no direction of what to do.
It was great
Very very very difficult to find inside the Venetian.
NOT a restaurant, more like a cafeteria, only a handful of tables. Monotone service. Had to walk up to the counter to place order and pay, waited 5 minutes to be acknowledged. Order was missing one item. Certainly not worth $120. Won’t ever go back.
Food was great service was great!! If you want vegan food and healthy you have to eat here
Great service and the restaurant area was better than expected.
Quite a walk to get to but food was delicious! A little pricey for what you get but it was nice to have plant based options.
Tucked away at the hotel, good place to grab a quick bite if all the other places are booked - like for brunch.
Their customer service is subpar for a hotel like the Venetian.
Food and service were fabulous. I recommend asking for outdoor seating- the view is spectacular.
My family and I loved this place. The food is outstanding. The people helping us were so friendly and helpful. So glad that we were able to find it. We ate here 4 times in 3 days!
Went for Valentine’s Day brunch. The setting was pretty basic. The Just Egg frittata was rly good. The home fries were a bit small in terms of portions and not very seasoned. The salad was good as well, chopped portobellos. The vibe is casual. You order at the counter and then sit down. They were pretty flexible with meal options.
Jillian was phenomenal. She seemed to be running the whole place.
The two servers here are wonderful!! I have been waiting for the Venetian to add a plant based restaurant and this is a great start. My husband and I had the breakfast tacos and they were absolutely delicious. I have a severe dairy allergy so eating at vegan restaurants is always on my radar even though my husband and I are not vegan. We loved the tacos so much we came back the next day to have again.
I’m disappointed that the strip’s first vegan restaurant is hidden away back in the depths of a labyrinth. We asked five people who’s job was to give us information, and we got five different wrong answers how to get there. And then when we got there, it’s a glorified snack bar. Yet my bill with as much as a four-star steakhouse dinner. This was for what was surely frozen and reheated premade sausage, and just egg, with melted pieces of what looks like American cheese. This was for the breakfast tacos. I expect a little bit more artistry. Then, the portobello salad, was mostly little cubes of potatoes. In all of my Vegan experimentation, I can truly say I’m never going to put potatoes and a salad after this experience. One star.
Super hard to find in the resort. Poor signage. Rude staff. Fully vegan
Very expensive. We purchased 2 coffees, a Just Egg scramble, and two tacos, and it was $47.39. Seems way overpriced, and the food was unremarkable.
It was also very difficult to find and not on any of the Venetian’s maps. We asked two employees of the Venetian and were told incorrect directions both times. We then called the restaurant and were given vague directions about it being in the Canyon Ranch Spa Club. We found it although we were 15 minutes late for our reservation and walked 2 miles.
Amazing breakfast! The tacos.. In addition to its fresh juice blends and coffee. Fantastic service. Well worth the journey to find it. Especially for those looking for a healthy morning start.
The restaurant was nearly impossible to find. No signs and it’s on a floor with rooms, nowhere near the other shops and restaurants. Good food, but wouldn’t recommend unless you are a guest in that tower of the hotel.
Truth and Tonic is a vegan place and was really great. My boyfriend is vegan and I am not and I still enjoyed the food. I recommend the breakfast tacos. The coffee was also really great. The service was so kind and brought us extra salsa without even having to ask. I would recommend Truth and Tonic to anyone looking for a good meal, not just vegans. We both thoroughly enjoyed our experience.
great food and drinks. loved the layout and style of the place . Fast service (it was only two couples there during the time).
Good luck finding it. This is really just a snack bar for the Canyon Ranch Spa and they do not expect anyone not attending the Spa to show up. It’s at the end of a labyrinth of plain corridors so you can at least get a workout trying to find your way there and back.
ALL VEGAN FOOD - and it was delicious! We had the burrito, chick'n wrap, veggie burger, avo toast, and a Portobello salad - so delicious, full of flavor and filling!
It took us a while to get service - we just stood there waiting at the counter for a while. But once we got started, it was great! Our server was friendly and attentive.
And finally, this place is super hard to find! You can access it from the Venetian and the Palazzo. It's right across from the Canyon Ranch Spa - so just ask for that. It's with the rooms, so you'll have to be granted access by the security guard - they just looked at my ID and wrote some info down.
Truth & Tonic. A Canyon Ranch Cafe offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (702) 414-3633.
Truth & Tonic. A Canyon Ranch Cafe is rated 4.1 stars by 52 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.