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Massive Pancakes and Mountains of Chicken and Waffles Unleashed on Summerlin

Hash House A Go Go opens its sixth Las Vegas-area location

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Chicken and waffles at Hash House A Go Go
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Steering wheel-sized pancakes, monster helpings of scrambles and hashes, and fan favorite sage fried chicken and waffles make their way to Summerlin when Hash House A Go Go opens today. The sixth location in the Las Vegas area brings a 5,339-square-foot restaurant to the Shoppes at Canyon Pointe, taking over the former Islands Fine Burgers & Drinks space, near an Olive Garden and locals’ tavern Distill.

Since 2000, Hash House dazzled diners with its photo-ready menu of huge dishes, dubbed twisted farm food. Stuffed burgers, house hashes, and homemade biscuits and jam join mammoth bloody Marys and kiwi watermelon lemonade, served from a full-service bar. The new location hired 75 people to handle the brunch and dinner restaurant

The Summerlin restaurant joins area locations at the Linq, the Rio, The Plaza downtown, on Sahara Avenue at Rainbow Boulevard, and on North Stephanie Street in Henderson.

The restaurant with room for 150 diners is open for brunch from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily and open for dinner service from 5 to 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Delivery and curbside pickup, complete with its own separate entrance, is also available.

Hash House A Go Go, Shoppes at Canyon Pointe, 10810 W. Charleston Blvd., 702-718-4646. Head online to order ahead.

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Islands Fine Burgers & Drinks

10810 West Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89135 (702) 360-3845 Visit Website

Hash House A Go Go

1 South Main Street, , NV 89101 (702) 384-4646 Visit Website

Distill

10820 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89135 (702) 534-1400

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