Next time you visit Las Vegas you have to try my favorite breakfast place Hash House A Go Go. I’ve been there only two times for breakfast, but I can’t wait to go back. HHAGG is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner and has three locations in Las Vegas and one location in San Diego, California.
Famous for it’s “twisted” gourmet comfort food and enormous portions, HHAGG is unlike any restaurant I have ever been to. HHAGG has won countless food awards and even appeared on Food Network’s Man vs. Food. Not only is their food ridiculously good, but they believe in excitement, entertainment, and excellent service in their dining experience. Last time I was there the staff was dressed in “roaring 1920’s” outfits and there was a Dj near the entrance playing mainstream house music that was piped through out the restaurant, all this at 10:30 am.
The breakfast and brunch menu is a mix of breakfast favorites like egg dishes, pancakes/waffles, bacon, along with burgers, quesadillas, salads, fried chicken, and meatloaf. Each dish is enough for two or three, made with quality ingredients, and is a one of a kind dish that will keep you coming back again and again.
For example, dishes like the Favorite Scramble with house smoked salmon, basil pesto, fresh tomato and melted brie cheese served with mashed potatoes or crispy potatoes and a biscuit, the Sage Fried Chicken stacked with famous bacon waffle, hot maple caramel reduction and crowned with fried leeks, or the Griddled HH meatloaf & 2 eggs served with mashed potatoes, fruit & biscuit.
The only bad thing about coming here is it’s so damn hard to figure out what to order! Last time Steve and I were there we ordered the Farm Benedict, Andy’s sage fried chicken w/ fresh spinach, hardwood smoked bacon, market tomato, griddled mozzarella, chipotle cream and scrambled eggs atop a huge split biscuit and mashed potatoes ($15.95). If that wasn’t enough we got a Chocolate snickers bread pudding ($8.95) that was the size of the log of firewood!
The standouts on the plate were the TWO fried chicken breasts with an extra crispy coating, soft and homemade biscuits, and chipotle cream sauce that weakened my knees. The combination of above on the my plate was literally the best thing to hit my tongue. The Chocolate bread pudding was chocolate lover’s heaven. The homemade bread pudding was served with a huge portion of vanilla ice cream with whipped cream, caramel, and chocolate sauce.
HHAGG will be a regular stop for me and Steve during our Las Vegas visits. For those who are staying on the Las Vegas strip HHAGG just opened a new location in the Imperial Palace. HHAGG is for big eaters only, so dieters stay clear. I can’t wait to go back and try another fabulous dish. To check out their menu, pictures, and locations visit HHAGG online.