Hash House a go go

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Hash House a go go
Type Private
Industry Restaurants
Genre Casual dining
Founded 2000
Headquarters San Diego, California, USA
Products Food service
Website hashhouseagogo.com

Hash House a go go is a restaurant chain founded and headquartered in San Diego, California in 2000. Known for large portions of breakfast food, it has additional locations in Nevada, Illinois, Florida and Connecticut.[1]

Designed and built exclusively by Restaurant Designs Inc. (Don Long Senior Designer).

The original location has been featured on numerous television shows, including Food Paradise, The Martha Stewart Show, Rachael Ray's Rachael's Vacation, and Chefs vs. City.[2][3] One of the Las Vegas locations was featured on Man v. Food.[4]

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  1. ^ Bret Thorn, Hash House A Go Go reaps benefits of specialty beverages, Nation's Restaurant News, September 18, 2012, accessed March 22, 2013.
  2. ^ Frank Sabatini Jr., Batter Up, Pacific Magazine, January 1, 2012, accessed March 22, 2013.
  3. ^ [Hash House A Go Go http://www.foodnetwork.com/local/nv-las-vegas/hash-house-a-go-go-restaurant/index.html#/38.736171/-97.222306/4/], Food Channel, accessed March 22, 2013.
  4. ^ Fried-Chicken Eggs Benedict, Travel Channel, accessed March 22, 2013.

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