While this restaurant isn’t completely new to me, I had never been to the Las Vegas location. We visited the one in San Diego for breakfast while there last month and it was awesome. So we decided we needed to try them for lunch and dinner as well. This visit was for lunch.
They serve ‘brunch’ until quite late in the day, so Kevin was able to order breakfast food at 1:00 when we visited. He ordered the Tractor Driver’s Combo, two eggs with a choice of bacon or potatoes and a choice of pancakes or waffle. He chose the vanilla waffle, the biggest and fluffiest waffle I’ve ever seen. It was really good, not necessarily crisp on the outside but very tasty nonetheless.
I ordered a sandwich, a little more traditional for lunch. I chose the Grilled Portobello Sandwich, with roasted red peppers, pesto and goat cheese. (Don’t knock the goat cheese folks unless you’ve tried it, it’s wonderful stuff!) It supposedly came on a wheat bun, but mine came on a big, fluffy white bun. I don’t like refined flour and I felt a veggie sandwich would have been complimented by a more earthy, grain bread anyway. So I didn’t eat the bun. I chose to have the salad on the side instead of steak fries, I’m not much of a “fry” person. The salad had deep-fried angel hair pasta on top, which made for a nice presentation but didn’t add anything in terms of flavor and actually ended up getting lodged into my gums at one point. That hurt.
I still loved the fresh and different food items. The environment is loud and fun with a DJ playing lots of 80’s hair metal on the day we were there. I can’t wait to try dinner.
Hash House A Go Go
6800 West Sahara Ave
Las Vegas NV 89146