Hash House A Go Go
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- 75%Local Culture
- 69%Family Travelers
- 63%Budget Travelers
- 57%Business Travelers
Member Reviews (34)
- Hash House A Go GoJul 05, 2012
Amazing breakfast spot with ridiculously sized portions. They are enormous. One plate is enough to feed a family of 4 comfortably. So bring your appetite and a doggie bag and get in line early so you can experience this breakfast experience!
- Hash House A Go GoMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversJul 04, 2012
If you're a die hard fan of good food that comes in behemoth portions, this is the place for you. I had arrived with the intention of having their bacon waffle, but once I saw their list of benedicts, I would've been a fool not to get one. The roasted chicken benedict with pesto cream was absolutely...wait for it...pheNOMenal! So much covering the plate that I wish they had placed a marker on it somewhere saying, "Start here." I eventually got around to it and wondered during the first few bites where the eggs were. Right on top of all the other stuff, covered in the sauce. I really had no idea until I had to poke around at everything.
I felt like I was throwing myself into my own (Wo)man vs Food challenge with this one. As an obvious result, food won. But it was a winning moment for me too in that I was able to bring the leftovers back to my hotel to feast upon later. Not too much of a wait for our party of 2, being seated in our own space near the bar out of the main dining area and an excellent server (Kelly). That's a definite win. I have no fear in going against Hash House in the future.
- Hash House A Go GoMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 1Jul 04, 2012
The portions are HUGE!!! Order one entree per at least two people is the rule of thumb here. The line can get pretty daunting on the weekends, we had to wait over an hour on a Sunday morning. The prices are reasonable and the service was pleasant. Try the famous sage fried chicken.
- Hash House A Go GoMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jul 04, 2012
I would say the biggest down side of this place is the wait. The wait is typically 1-2 hours long. However, if you have the patience to hang around, the portions are huge and the flavor combos pretty amazing. Two of us ordered just one of Andy's sage fried chicken salad. We were stuffed and had leftovers too. The fried chicken was juicy and went so well with the biscuit. Make sure to try the sauce drizzled on the plate with the salad too. Just be prepared as you might have to sit at the bar inches away from another party with your huge entree plates fighting for space on the counter.