Imperial Palace is proud to announce that one of Sin City’s favorite eateries, Hash House A Go Go will open its second Las Vegas location inside the hotel-casino on Dec. 10. Hash House A Go Go is famous for its creative menu offerings, over-sized portions, unique presentation and a tradition of using only the freshest ingredients.
“Hash House A Go Go has such a loyal customer base, we’re confident it’ll be a draw to both locals and tourists alike,” said Rick Mazer, President of Imperial Palace. “It’s a fresh, funky dining experience and there’s not currently anything like it on the Strip.”
The first Hash House A Go Go opened in San Diego in 2000 and became an instant success. Years later, Jim Rees convinced owners of the San Diego-based restaurant to expand outside of California. With partners Bill Underhill and Jim Nyberg, RUN Restaurants was created to make way for the Hash House A Go Go opening in Las Vegas in 2005. A local and tourist favorite, the restaurant’s concept of twisted farm food has become a success throughout the city. Since 2005, Hash House A Go Go has been featured on The Food Network’s “Rachel Ray’s Vacation,” the Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food,” the Fine Living Network’s “Martha Stewart,” NBC’s “Dr. Phil” and ABC’s “What Would You Do?”
“Hash House A Go Go offers patrons an exhaustive list of breakfast, lunch and dinner options. Some of its standout, signature dishes include Sage Fried Chicken, stacked with bacon waffles, hot maple caramel reduction and crowned with fried leeks; the HH Famous Roasted Chicken Pot Pie, an upside down crust stuffed with house roasted chicken, red potato, veggies and pan gravy served with mashed potatoes; and Andy’s Crispy Indiana Style Hand-Hammered Pork Tenderloin with griddled smoked mozzarella, caramelized onions, fresh spinach, Portobello mushrooms, house charred tomato and bar b’ que cream all served with horseradish mashed potatoes and grilled corn o’ cobb..The restaurant also features a bar, complete with a full menu of adult beverages and creative cocktails.
Founder and executive chef Craig “Andy” Beardslee says his restaurant has two main objectives, “To keep the fun in food while pulling from the experiences of farm fresh agriculture, live stock, and old recipes with a twist and to maintain a level of excitement & entertainment within the dining experience, while ensuring excellent service each and every day.”
The Imperial Palace location will operate under the direction of Hash House A Go Go co-owner and Nevada Restaurant Association’s 2009 “Nevada Restaurateur of the Year,” Jim Rees.
“We couldn’t be more excited to bring Hash House to the Strip,” said Rees. “Since we opened our doors in 2005, our customers have been asking when we’ll have a Strip location; I am delighted that we are finally able to make that request a reality.”
Hash House A Go Go has earned a myriad of accolades in recent years including: “Las Vegas Review Journal Best Breakfast 2008” Editors Pick; “AOL City Guide Best Breakfast in Las Vegas 2007 & 2008”; “Las Vegas Weekly Readers Choice Best Breakfast 2007 & 2008”; “Las Vegas Life – Best Sandwich 2007 – Big O’ Crispy Pork Tenderloin”; “Las Vegas Review Journal Best Place for Breakfast 2007” on-line readers poll; “Las Vegas Review Journal Summer Sandwich Tour 2006” – “Best Sandwich” ; “Spin Magazine – October 2007 – 72 Hours in Vegas – Best Breakfast”; Travelocity – Hash House A Go Go Las Vegas “Top Insiders Spot 2007”; “The 5 Best New Restaurants in Summerlin” 2006 Hash House A Go Go – What’s On.
Imperial Palace’s Hash House A Go Go location is located on the second floor, directly above the casino. The restaurant will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.