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CT Foodie Destination: Hash House A Go Go

Hash House
Written by Greg Rappa

I first discovered Hash House A Go Go on a Las Vegas trip and was blown away by the portion sizes and uniqueness of the menu. With brunch all day and dinner in the evening, Hash House serves up “twisted farm food” that should be on every foodie’s bucket list.

Words couldn’t describe my excitement when I discovered that they had a location right here in Connecticut at Mohegan Sun.

The Atmosphere

Hash House A Go Go offers a cool, casual atmosphere that somehow manages to blend modern aesthetics with a traditional diner-like environment. The Mohegan Sun location features a seemingly small entrance way that boasts large signage highlighting what the restaurant is known for.

The walkway to be seated displays a series of floor graphics with large arrows that point the way (in case you need reassurance that you are headed in the right direction). The main dining area has large photos scattered throughout the walls that transport you to the agricultural scene of the Midwest USA. Seating consists of booths and heavy duty, steel-like tables that look like they could take a beating.

And if you like dining at the bar or are just interested in drinks, Hash House has what they call their “Tractor Bar,” which is visible from the entrance. I hear they have an interesting collection of cocktails but have yet to try any so I can’t comment. The B.L.T. Mary does sound pretty fantastic though!

The Food

The menu boasts a wide range of farm fresh food with unique spins and bold flavors. Brunch is served all day with an additional dinner menu added in the evenings. The portions are huge and dare I say of epic proportions. For those with big appetites, you will walk away satisfied (aka stuffed to the gills). If you don’t like to overindulge, it’s acceptable and even recommended by Hash Hash House House staff to split or share meals with other members of your party.

I’ve been to Hash House a number of times and always gravitate towards one of their most popular dishes, Andy’s World Famous Sage Chicken & Waffles. With two sage fried pieces of chicken and four bacon filled waffles, this towering meal consistently delivers on flavor, size, and presentation. If you are a fan of chicken pot pie, you have to try their Big O’ Chicken Pot Pie. It’s gigantic and served in what I describe as an open-faced style pie with the crust (oh so good crust) on the bottom.

hash house pancakes

Their breakfast is nothing short of phenomenal that has something for everyone – featuring a variety of hashes, scrambles, flapjacks, and waffles. The flapjacks/pancakes are massive and a must try. You can order them in red velvet, blueberry, snickers, brown sugar banana, blackberry, granola, apple cinnamon, pumpkin, or the classic buttermilk.

All menu items are reasonably priced, especially for a restaurant located in a casino. The prices start to climb slightly on the dinner menu, but you won’t be sorry when you see the portion sizes.

If You Want to Go

Hash House A Go Go is located in Mohegan Sun at 1 Mohegan Sun Boulevard, Montville, CT. The restaurant is located in the Casino of the Earth.

Brunch is served all day with a dinner menu added at 5 pm. They are open 8 am to 9 pm Sunday through Thursday and 8 am to 12 am Fridays and Saturdays.

About the author

Greg Rappa

Greg Rappa is a CT-based marketer, graphic designer, and lover of extreme food. He may or may not have a tattoo of a hamburger somewhere on his body.

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