6800 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8914636.144104 -115.240144
Monday To Saturday From 07:30 AM To 02:30 PM Monday To Saturday From 05:00 PM To 10:00 PM Sunday From 07:30 AM To 02:30 PM
Neighborhoods: Spring Valley
The food was good, but I kept being pushed by hipsters instagraming their plates. Only issue was that the 700 different flavors made it more exhausting than enjoyable to eat...
Best Breakfast In Vegas – My husband and I were in Vegas for a week and really tired of the breakfast options on the strip. We found Hash House towards the end of the trip...needless to say we would have had breakfast there daily had we discovered this gem earlier. The best corned beef hash I have ever had. Great bloody mary's and fabulous service. We will definetly make this a regular stop our next time in Vegas!
Upscale but still pretty satandard diner fare – I went back to see if I had missed something. The place was waiting lines out into the parking lot so we left without a second shot. My first trip I had the ribs. They were pretty typical diner style ribs baked in sauce, which I do not like, but the rest of the people in our party raved about the meals they selected, so it must have been my selection that was at best, typical.
Massive Amount of Food – Just had a giant pancake the size of medium sized pizza. Fluffy and good. Others at my table had chicken and waffles, others had traditional breakfasts....Thing I didn't like is how they kinda throw all the food together where they mesh, seep into each other. It's a mess. I think you can easily share a dish between two people.
Yuck – This place is awful. I would give it no stars, but citysearch won't let me. I don't know what the big deal is. Apparently, you can put "a go go" on your name, and lame hipsters will eat it. I have had better grub at a truck stop (and I'm a driver, so I hate truck stops), for a quarter of the price. By the way, I grew up in farm country, but I have no idea what this made-up "farm food" is. Pretentious place, greasy overpriced "farm food".
Decided to try it. – This place used to be a Chevy's, which I used to go to all the time, it was at a convenient location, so I decided to finally try this place. The place is modern and obviously newly remodeled and I was treated well, but there was way too much food on the plate, no wonder it's pricey. It's not farm food like I remember, unless that's what they mean by twisted...anyway, if you want something to talk about go here, if you want a simple breakfast, not recommended.
Huge Portions! – I had read how great his place was for about a year before going. I had high expectations but was a bit thrown off by some weird flavors. Have an open mind and don't be thrown off by the garnishes that look like someone plucked them out of a pine tree.
My honey got chicken and waffles which he loved and feasted on for an entire week. I had the pork sandwich which I didn't care for. I did enjoy the rib appetizer and huge homemade biscuits.
All in all it was a positive experience but an acquired taste. I heard breakfast is better so we may try again then.
Huge Portions: Delicious every bite of the way – I love Hash House a Go Go. The Hash House has a very raw, industrial decor. Think, the farmhouse version of a Chipotle. The food here comes in monstrous proportions so you should definitely share with a friend. Don't pay to split a dish... Just share off the same plate and ask for two small ones (smart & cost effective). I have an addiction to their pancakes. Fluffly on the inside, but they have this wonderful nearly crisp outside. The plain pancakes are delicious, but the specialty selections with toppings from blueberries to pecans are to die for. Also, the egg scrables are really good. Who knew a hodge-podge of eggs and other fridge ingredients could have such great flavor!
They have indoor and outdoor seating. But their patio is just lovely on a warm Sunday morning :)
Best breakfast I ever had... – I was visiting LV from Wisconsin, and we have friends there who recommended we eat breakfast here on our last day. Well, had I known how good it was gonna be, I would have eaten every meal there instead of going to all the restaurants in the hotels!! If we ever get back to Las Vegas, we will definately be eating at hash house a go go again!! I would like to try one of the stuffed burgers!! Wish we had one here:(
Avoid over paying – Awful...I ordered a chicken salad with dressing on the side. what i got was a heavy plate that even the waitress couldnt hold. Yes i got want i ordered my dressing on the side all aound the plate where the waitress was carrying it ..I guess i got more then just i wanted. I got an extra serving of sweat, bacteria, and God knows what. Okay to the food the presentation was so over done it was like my late was growng something from the center...The chicken was so greasy outside and dry inside it was so tough to cut... but is was not as greasy as the fried spagetti sticking out of my plate WHY.. I know for fact no one as my table enjoyed with there food and prices didn't make it any better. just plain awful.
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