Hash House’s signature dish—fried chicken and waffles—arrives like most other things on this menu do: big enough to feed a small country and stabbed with a knife and a freakishly large rosemary sprig. It looks impressive, but when you find that the chicken is haphazardly fried (burnt some places, the meat dried out), the shock and awe wears off. This is bad news, because for most of this food—squishy waffles stuffed with bacon; a blueberry-pecan pancake the size of an extra-large pizza—shock and awe is the only redeeming value.
|Venue name:||Hash House A Go Go||Contact:|
1212 N State Pkwy
|Cross street:||between Division and Scott Sts|
|Opening hours:||Breakfast, brunch (Sat, Sun), lunch, dinner|
|Transport:||El stop: Red to Clark/Division. Bus: 36, 70.|
|Price:||Average main course: $22|
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If you've ever found yourself eating fried chicken and waffles on a bed of bacon mashed potatoes smothered in sausage gravy and thought to yourself "you know what would make this meal even better? If I had 3x as much food on my plate!" Well then Hash House is the brunch spot for you. Known for it's obscene portion sizes and ridiculous flavor combinations Hash House is one of the most popular brunch spots in Chicago (fun fact: there is also a Hash House in Las Vegas and San Diego!) If you arrive after 10am on the weekend plan for an hour or longer wait, but trust me, it's worth it.