Hash House a Go Go
There’s something just a little bit mortifying about eating in a place that serves food in vessels with a striking resemblance to troughs. It’s best just to get past this, though, and enjoy the food, which is as good as the portions are enormous. Its now three locations in Las Vegas serve what’s characterized as “twisted farm food,” and the one closest to the Strip—inside the Quad hotel—serves around-the clock. Try the massive sage-fried chicken breasts with waffles, “farm scrambles” (of items like eggs, bacon, avocado and Swiss cheese) that are the size of small children, or the massive meatloaf sandwich. Even the single child’s portion flapjack is delicious but exhaustingly large.