A favorite among tourists, locals, celebrities and TV shows like Man V. Food, Hash House A Go Go is a casual dining option at Harrah’s Reno. This restaurant is open daily with eye-popping plates of “twisted farm fresh food” and country-style décor with an urban flair.
At breakfast, feast on scrambles, hashes, flapjack, benedicts and the signature dish – sage fried chicken and applewood smoked bacon waffles with fried leeks and hot maple reduction.
For lunch and dinner, try the Kokomo griddled meatloaf sandwich, one pound burgers stuffed with items like bacon and mashed potatoes or crumbled bleu cheese. Other mouth-watering choices include fresh swordfish, an 18 oz. bone-in rib-eye steak and for smaller appetites, a “Grazing Menu” of specially selected smaller plates.
"Come to this quirky purveyor of so-called "twisted farm food" with a gargantuan appetite and a considerable sense of humor. The spacious restaurant done up with nostalgic roadhouse accoutrements aims to please its patrons by stuffing them with heaps of savory comfort food, prepared with vaguely modern twists. A typical entrée could serve two. At breakfast, you'll find items such as savory pork tenderloin Benedict with homemade barbecue cream. Dinner options might include sage-fried chicken salad, the Kokomo meat-loaf sandwich with griddled smoked mozzarella, and duck mac-n-cheese (with pancetta, of course). You may not have room for the fresh-fruit cobbler, but consider taking it home in a box—it's that good."