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Hash House A-Go-Go


Which came first? The chicken or the egg? Actually, they came at the same time on my breakfast plate. On our final morning in Vegas, we checked out, and headed to Hash House A Go Go.

I first saw the place on a Rachel Ray Goes to Vegas show on the food channel. There is another location in San Diego. If you are ever in either location and VERY hungry for breakfast, GO!

I ordered the "Indiana Favorite": Andy's Sage Fried Chicken with maple reduction, 2 eggs, bacon mashed potatoes and a biscuit! I couldn't get through half of it! The maple reduction was wonderful, and those potatoes were amazing. The chicken was, well, you just have to taste it!


Brad ordered a "Farm Scramble" with bacon, avocado, onion and swiss cheese. The plates you see are really platters!


We had a great doggie bag, but a 4 hour drive with traffic was tough after that meal. We were in a food coma, and needed the windows down and the music loud!

Check out the menu and photos. How can you go wrong with "twisted farm food"?


Comments (4)

Amazing stuff going on in your head, Palma dear. Anyway, here is the old New Englander asking what is a maple reduction except maple syrup?
Those breakfasts were sinful. I'd eat that.


What a fabulous name for a diner! I love anything named "--a go-go"!

And what could be better than "twisted farm foods?"


It was thicker and "caramelier" than just maple syrup. Maybe like maple syrup mixed with corn syrup, or reduced to a very sticky, delicious consistency!

That looks GOOD! Especially those mashed potatoes. But I think I would prefer them for dinner...

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