The insanely massive portions at Hash House A Go Go are ready to make life a little easier for Henderson. Come February, the restaurant opens its fifth location, this time taking over a 6,100-square-foot former Tony Roma’s at Stephanie Street and Sunset Road.
Owner Jim Rees says construction starts Dec. 1 in the power shopping corridor. "We have been looking in the Henderson market for quite some time and when this opportunity became available, we were very excited."
The restaurant has nearly the same footprint as the original freestanding location on West Sahara Avenue, where a line forms especially on the weekends for enormous portions of sage fried chicken Benedicts and massive pancakes. Rees expects new lines to form similarly in Henderson. "With our reputation, it won’t take too long for people to know we’re there," Rees says.
"We know how people are in this town. They don’t like to go from the east side to the west side or go to the Strip," says Rees, who adds that the other four locations haven’t cannibalized growth from each other.
One new facet exclusive to this location is an extended brunch that combines the breakfast, lunch and dinner menus all day long. "This is the first time we will serve the brunch menu in the evening as well. We thinks it adds something to the selections with the ability to offer dinner specials."
Expect the fifth Vegas Hash House a Go Go to have room for 150 guests for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. The restaurant will be open 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week.
Aside from West Sahara, Hash House has locations at the Plaza, the Rio and The Linq.