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Hash House A Go Go’s Massive, Martha Stewart Approved Breakfasts Land In Plano This Spring

Get ready for epic eggs Benedict and Budweisers served in a bag.

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The Hash House A Go Go location on Las Vegas' West Sahara.
The Hash House A Go Go location on Las Vegas' West Sahara.
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San Diego’s cleverly-named concept Hash House A Go Go is making its way to Dallas-Fort Worth, bringing "twisted farm food" and "house hashes" to Plano’s Preston Park Village in late spring 2016.

The concept first opened in San Diego in 2000, where founder Andy Beardslee attracted attention for his kooky creations like the "O'Hare Of The Dog," a 24 oz. Budweiser served in a bag with a side of bacon and other equally massive breakfast dishes. The concept has since expanded to a location in Las Vegas, where Man Vs. Food host Adam Richman once devoured Hash House A Go Go’s seriously massive fried chicken eggs Benedict. Just looking at this giant breakfast sandwich is enough to spike your cholesterol.

The Plano location will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week, and breakfast is on the menu all day long. Also on offer are seven "house hashes" that can be loaded with corned beef, mushrooms, or smoked salmon, along with braised beef Sloppy Joe sliders and a ridiculously good-sounding crab-stuffed burger. Hash House A Go Go may also quickly become your favorite new brunch spot with its giant pancakes and Martha Stewart-approved meatloaf hash.

No official opening date has been announced for Hash House A Go Go’s arrival in Plano, but the restaurant’s website suggests that it will open at some point in March. Better go ahead and get all the work done on those New Year’s resolutions between now and then, because Hash House A Go Go sounds like the perfect place to blow off your healthy new "lifestyle."

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