By Judy Thorburn

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Hash House A Go Go at the Imperial Palace

Hash House A Go Go, the eatery famous for its creative menu offerings and enormous portions opened its second Las Vegas location inside the Imperial Palace Hotel-Casino on Dec. 10, but the Official Grand Opening celebration took place on January 22. Along with invited members of the media, there were several celebrities in attendance including female impersonator Frank Marino, George Wallace and acapella singing group, Mosaic.

According to Founder and executive chef Craig "Andy" Beardslee, 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.”

We couldn’t be more excited to bring Hash House to the Strip,” said Jim Rees, Hash House A Go Go co-owner and Nevada Restaurant Association’s 2009 “Nevada Restaurateur of the Year.” 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 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, and Andy’s Crispy Indiana Style Hand-Hammered Pork Tenderloin with griddled smoked mozzarella, caramelized onions, fresh spinach, Portobello mushrooms, house charred tomato and barbeque 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.

During the opening celebration guests were treated to samplings of tomato salad on parmesan crisp, fried shrimp, mini chicken pot pie, chicken topped polenta, crab cakes, fried breaded chicken strips, and pork tenderloin sandwiches as well as platters of fruit, vegetables and cheese.

Imperial Palace’s Hash House A Go Go at the Imperial Palace is located on the second floor, directly above the casino. The restaurant is 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.

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George Wallace
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Laura Ishum, Entertainment Director for the Imperial Palace and Female Impersonator Frank Marino
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Hash House Chefs
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