A surefire casual dining hit is headed to Summerlin with a menu famous for oversized spins on casual comfort food and all-day brunch specials.
Islands Fine Burgers & Drinks at The Shoppes at Canyon Pointe will be replaced by the sixth local expansion for Hash House A Go Go, moving into the stand-alone building a short distance from an Olive Garden and locals’ tavern Distill.
The 5,339-square-foot building is smaller than Hash House’s 6,100 square-foot Henderson location, but with room for 150 diners, reported by CREConfidential.
Hash House has been a TV and national media favorite since 2000 for its photo-ready menu of huge dishes. Popular choices at the 11-restaurant chain include sage fried chicken and waffles, giant pancakes, stuffed burgers, and the house hashes and scrambles.
The Summerlin site at the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Pavilion Center Drive, very close to the Red Rock Casino Resort, sits six miles from the westside Hash House on Sahara Avenue. Locally, the brand still operates at The Linq, the Rio, The Plaza downtown, and on North Stephanie Street in Henderson.
Yet to be officially announced, no estimated debut date has been revealed. The Islands burger chain opened its Las Vegas home in 2007, serving a casual American menu surrounded by a tropical theme decor.
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