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Hash House A Go Go Opens Its Sixth Las Vegas-Area Location in December

The Summerlin restaurant brings massive portions of chicken and waffles

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Chicken and waffles at Hash House A Go Go
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After a spring and summer of donating family meals on Fridays out of its original Sahara Avenue location, Hash House A Go Go gets set to open its sixth Las Vegas area location in December. The newest location, in the works since February, takes over the former Islands Restaurant location at the Shoppes at Canyon Pointe in Summerlin.

By the middle of December, fans of the massive dishes breakfast favorites the restaurant is known for serving, will be able to dine on oversized servings of flapjacks and waffles, sage fried chicken and waffles, scrambles, and hashes, along with the restaurant’s twisted versions of burgers.

Owner and CEO Jim Nyberg says the restaurant will create 75 jobs, with room for 150 diners in the 5,339 square-foot space.

Once open, the restaurant will serve brunch daily from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner from 5 to 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Customers can pick up orders through a separate entrance, or have food delivered.

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