Hash house a Go Go the Best Breakfast in Las Vegas

Hash house a Go Go the Best Breakfast in Las Vegas

Hash House a Go Go is the best breakfast in Las Vegas in my opinion. Their version of twisted farm food is the best breakfast place in Vegas I have been to so far. They serve lunch and dinner too, but the breakfast is so good it’s the only time we’ve gone. They have unique and delicious food that is served up in massive portions. They make art out of your food. And best of all it’s kid friendly. Here are some pictures of things we’ve had there.

Best Breakfast In Las Vegas

Hash House a Go Go breakfast in Las Vegas
 

ANDY’S WORLD FAMOUS SAGE FRIED CHICKEN BENEDICT

This mound of food is incredible. Man versus Food came to Vegas and this is what he had. You and a friend can split this and have plenty of leftovers. It’s layers of mash potatoes, spinach, biscuits, eggs, bacon, fried chicken, tomatoes, gravy, and spicy sauce. Oh, and fruit on the side!

Hash House a Go Go breakfast in Las Vegas

SAGE FRIED CHICKEN & WAFFLES

This is the tower of chicken and waffles. Apparently this is the item they sell the most.

Hash House a Go Go breakfast in Las Vegas

The country hash.

Hash House a Go Go breakfast in Las Vegas

Big O Pancake

Their pancakes are gigantic. This picture doesn’t really do it justice. Here is a cinnamon pancake that Eden and I split and couldn’t finish.  It was so good, I didn’t even put syrup on it.

Hash House a Go Go breakfast in Las Vegas
My brother in law pictured here ordered fried chicken something. It looked incredible and he ate every bite! Don’t worry though he did not have a heart attack.

Hash House a Go Go breakfast in Las Vegas

This is the Farmer’s daughter off the kids menu. French toast with a fried banana, eggs, pecans rolled in something yummy and fruit.

Hash House a Go Go has locations all over Las Vegas now and they have one in Orlando, Florida and Plano, Texas. If you want to stick to the strip, then the best location is the one inside the Linq casino. The Linq used to be the Imperial, in case it seems unfamiliar to you.

My second favorite place for breakfast is a toss up between old school Peppermill and the restaurant inside the lobby at the Trump that has killer bananas foster croissants.

By | 2018-11-08T13:28:57+00:00 January 11th, 2011|Las Vegas, Vegas|1 Comment

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Meagan is the author and host of Mommy Travels, a family travel and lifestyle blog. She has been traveling the world with her three kids for over a decade and loves sharing her adventures and tips with others.

One Comment

  1. Rodino Ayala May 16, 2014 at 5:14 am - Reply

    I agree with you that Hash House A Gogo is a good breakfast spot on the strip. Great value for the portion size, if you get the chance, checkout some other breakfast spots off the strip. About 10 minutes drive from Las Vegas Boulevard there are a slew of awesome breakfast joints. Three of my favorites are Jams, Babystacks and the Egg&I. If you are centrally located, these places are easy to get to by bus or taxi as well. I will be doing a blog post on my website about a few places nearby soon.

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