Hash House a Go Go
LINQ & High Roller
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3535 Las Vegas Blvd S · interesting places nearby
Hash House a Go Go information
Fill up on this SoCal import's 'twisted farm food,' which has to be seen to be believed. The pancakes are as big as tractor tires, while farm-egg scrambles and house-made hashes could knock over a cow. Meatloaf, pot pies, chicken ’n’ biscuits and wild-boar sloppy joes are what’s for dinner, but it's more popular for breakfast and brunch.
Additional locations downtown at the Plaza and west of the Strip at the Rio are open shorter hours.