Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas Blvd. South
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- Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas Blvd. South
- Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas Blvd. SouthJan 08, 2013
This place is real, red-white-and-blue American gluttony at its finest. Portions are enough to feed a small family, and at decent prices. We were staying at IP, looking for something convenient, and were glad we came here! Interesting, creative, quality comfort food at great prices.
It was a 20-minute wait, but the food looked so interesting that we waited. 20 minutes was perfect to go downstairs, get some Fat Tuesday and some shots, and come back. Hey, it's vacation!
As we admired other people's sage fried chicken and waffles (which looked like a gargantuan tower), the waitress took our drink orders. Despite having yard drinks in front of us, we decided to try the BLT Mary out of the sheer oddity of it. It was a spicy bloody mary served with a tomato round, lettuce, and bacon slice inside, a bacon salt rim, and a piece of toast. Not the most flavorful bloody mary I've had, but still good and very original.
I went with the Smoked Salmon Hash (house-smoked salmon, scallions, scrambled eggs, potatoes, cream cheese, fruit and a huge biscuit on the side) while my date went with the quesadilla (chicken, jalapenos, potatoes, some other things, topped with chili cream and served over mashed potatoes). Both plates were shockingly huge, and we each got through about 1/3 of them.
I really enjoyed my dish and the combination of ingredients, and the salmon portion was very generous. My date, who usually makes fun of me for being white and not being able to handle spicy things, had to take some of the chopped jalapeno out because there was so much of it. It was a terrific omelet though, very unique, and the chili cream is what made the dish amazing.
Service was fast and attentive. We'll be back!
- Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas Blvd. SouthMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesArt & Design LoversDec 18, 2012
We go to the original Hash House A Go Go in San Diego and decided to try the one at the Imperial Palace. The wait was quicker than in San Diego (due to larger space in Vegas) the meal was excellent. I always have one of their BLT Bloody Mary's which is one of the best. Great food and great service.
- Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas Blvd. SouthNov 21, 2012
This place is worth the wait! I came here recently with my boyfriend. We had the Pork Tenderloin Benedict and the Chorizo & Jalepeno Hash with a Bloody Mary and the Banana Latte (see my pics). The Pork Tenderloin was pounded so thin and fried crispy, I could not stop eating it. The chorizo and jalepeno hash was also good but I could not stay away from the pork tenderloin. The banana latte was fantastic!!! The bloody mary is a huge drink and could use a bit more tomato juice.
- Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas Blvd. SouthJul 08, 2012
I was trying really hard not to take my husband's breakfast plate.
I'm a fan of french toast...I mean, I used to order it EVERY TIME I'd go out for breakfast. But out of all the french toasts my belly has tasted, THIS french toast is by far....the....bestest....french....toast....EVVVVEEEEEEER.
Your french toast comes with a half baked banana on it that you get to mash up and put on your toast. The toast is sweet, fresh, and covered with goodness, you might even forget about those awesome breakfast buffets on the strip and go here.
- Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas Blvd. SouthFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
The local legend is sacking up and opening a spot on the strip, serving up towering day-/night-starters like a house hash made with HH Famous Meatloaf, roasted red peppers, fresh spinach, and smoked mozzarella tossed with crispy potatoes and topped with two eggs; a house scramble with chuck roast, chipotle charred tomato, fresh asparagus & mozzarella; and Andy's Sage Fried Chicken with maple reduction, two eggs, bacon mashed potatoes & a biscuit. There's also a cocktail menu featuring an array of Bloody Marys and a 24 oz Bud Heavy with a side of bacon called O'Hare of the Dog, exactly what you need when you're still snowed in from the night before. http://thrl.st/tKHOrV