Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Las Vegas: Hash House A Go Go




April 6, 2015

Visit Las Vegas: Hash House A Go Go

After arriving in Las Vegas on a red-eye flight, our family was famished.

We headed straight to Hash House A Go Go at The Linq, and the 20-25 minute wait for a table did not deter us.
Hardwood Smoked Bacon, Avocado, Onion & Swiss Cheese Farmer's Scramble with Crispy Potatoes

Kid's Choco-Chip Pancake

Kid's Blueberry Pancake

Andy's Sage Fried Chicken and Bacon Waffle Tower

Kid's Bacon Waffle
I had the Farmer's Scramble, and there was so much deliciousness on one plate.  The scramble itself was super yummy, the potatoes were seasoned well and cooked to crisp perfection, and even the biscuit was fantastic.  It was so much food - I had a lot leftover for lunch!

My husband had the towering chicken & waffles, which was quite a sight.   The chicken was outstanding, and how could you not love a waffle stuffed with bacon?

Portions were gigantic - even the kids meals.  We were all shocked to see how big the pancakes and waffles were.  Needless to say, my kids ate leftover pancakes and waffles for lunch.

Service was excellent, the food was awesome, and it was a great way to start our first day in Las Vegas.

Hash House A Go Go
The LINQ Hotel & Casino
3535 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109 
 (702) 254-4646
Hash House a Go Go on Urbanspoon

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