Perhaps the third time’s a charm. A new vegan restaurant takes over the former Blinders Burgers & Brunch space in Centennial. Blinders lasted less than a year and replaced VegeWay, originally run by chef Kenny Chye.
Now Vegan Bliss takes over the space with a menu covering breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily.
Dishes include breakfast burritos with vegan sausage, potatoes, onions, bell peppers, spinach, and tofu; smoothies; salads; an all-day breakfast menu with pancake bites and banana bread bites made like French toast; and a roster of burgers made with Impossible meat.
Owner Kim Wescott says that one of the early favorites is the is the Triple Threat burger with grilled onions and mushrooms, jalapeños, and mozzarella.
Other sandwiches include a pulled no pork in barbecue sauce, tacos made with no pork or no beef crumbles and topped with pico and guacamole, Buffalo bites, and a strawberry salad.
The restaurant also features a kid’s menu with chicken nuggets and burger combo.
Vegan Bliss fills 2,060-square-foot casual space at the Centennial Square retail center.
Vegan Bliss, 6410 N. Durango Drive, 702-685-5939. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.