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Waking Up to Hash House a Go Go

A pile of epicness.
A pile of epicness.

I usually prefer not to wake up early in Vegas, but when I do it is either to hit the pool or to find some awesome food. Fortunately we found the latter with Hash House a Go Go. Located in The Quad (some confusing newfangled hotel/casino), Hash House is some sort of farm fresh. This I don’t quite understand because I feel like there aren’t any farms anywhere within a 200 mile radius of Las Vegas, but I digress. Whatever you want to call it, it looked good.

We decided to order two things to split because they just looked too amazing. The first (pictured above) was a Farm Benedict called Andy’s Sage Fried Chicken with fresh spinach, hardwood smoked bacon, market tomato, griddled mozzarella, chipotle cream and scrambled eggs. It was also called a pile of epicness by our mohawked server. My buddy wanted the veggies so I let him have them knowing I could eat around them.

A tower of power.
A tower of power.

The other was their Sage Fried Chicken and Waffles. This one came with a hardwood smoked bacon waffle tower, hot maple reduction and fried leeks. By the way, that “hardwood smoked bacon waffle tower” is actually composed of waffles with bacon IN the waffles. And not just bacon bits, like full slices of bacon.

Once the dishes came, I pretty much spent my entire stomach consuming the chicken and waffles. This is not to say the benedict wasn’t good. It was damn good, with each bite tasting different from the next. Nonetheless, I loved the flavors that went into my tower of deliciousness. If there was a way to eat it all, I couldn’t find it. What I did find was perfectly crispy and juicy chicken, delicious waffles and crispy bacon; it was all a man like me could ask for.