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  • 2017 Fillaboa Albariño Rías Baixas – Spain, Galicia, Rías Baixas (5/25/2019)
    WIML90

    Tasted non blind.

    Straw color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of lychee, plum and tangerine. Flavors of tangerine, lemon and kumquat. Medium to bright acidity, light to medium body. Drink now. (90 points)

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  • 2014 Gary Farrell Chardonnay Westside Farms Russian River Valley – USA, California, Sonoma County, Russian River Valley (4/12/2019)
    WIML92

    Tasted non blind.

    Light yellow color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of talc, vanilla, spices and yellow pear. Flavors of red apples, lemon spritz and a hint of cherry. Medium acidity, full bodied. Drink or hold. (92 points)

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  • 2016 Château de la Crée Montagny 1er Cru Les Tourelles – France, Burgundy, Côte Chalonnaise, Montagny 1er Cru (2/23/2019)
    WIML90

    Tasted non blind.

    Light yellow color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of apricot, peach and sea foam. Flavors of peach wasser, tangerine rind and minerals. Bright acidity, medium to full bodied. Drink or hold. (90 points)

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  • 2009 Bodegas San Alejandro Garnacha Calatayud Las Rocas Viñas Viejas – Spain, Aragón, Calatayud (5/15/2013)
    WIML90

    Tasted non blind at a wine dinner.

    Garnet color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of blueberries, black berries and plums. Flavors of black berries, black raspberries and black cherries. Medium acidity, medium to firm tannin, medium to full bodied. Drink or hold. I say drink over the next 2-3 years. (90 points)

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Hash House a Go Go
6800 West Sahara Ave
Las Vegas NV 89146
(702) 804-4646
http://www.hashhouseagogo.com/

Andy's Sage Fried Chicken and Waffles

Andy's Sage Fried Chicken and Waffles

June 5, 2011

QUICK REVIEW

Hash House a Go Go is a small and growing chain that serves “twisted farm food” for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant is a colorful blend of bright colored walls and booths mixed with faux steel table tops as well as wall accents. The LOUD and bustling restaurant does not take reservations but if you swing by at an odd time you might luck out and avoid the normally long wait time. We stopped in on a Sunday afternoon a little after 1PM and only had to wait about 15-20 minutes to get a table.

For my entrée I opted for the much talked about Andy’s Sage Fried Chicken & Waffles ($15.95) which is served with a maple reduction syrup. This heart clogging, stomach busting behemoth will throw you into a diabetic coma if you’re not careful. Two huge pieces of sage fried chicken sit on top of four huge waffles that are each stuffed with fried bacon, as if the fried chicken and waffles themselves weren’t enough to send you running to your cardiologist. I found the chicken on top to be of good flavor and quite moist on the inside. The waffles underneath were very tasty, especially when drizzled with a little extra of the diet killing syrup. This dish is recommended if you think you’re big enough to handle it. I made it through maybe half before throwing in the towel.

Service was very friendly from the hostess to the bartender to the waitress. It was a pretty good pace albeit a bit on the fast side; what I would consider to be normal for a quick meal style of restaurant.

Hash House is open daily for breakfast and lunch from 7:30AM until 2:30PM; dinner Monday through Thursday from 5:30PM until 9:00PM. Dinner is served and extra hour on Friday and Saturday nights until 10:00PM. They are closed on Sunday evenings. Attire is casual. Parking is free in the adjoining lot. Major credit cards are accepted.

Hash House a Go Go: recommended for a quick, filling meal.

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  • 2007 Thelema Cabernet Sauvignon – South Africa, Coastal Region, Stellenbosch (1/20/2011)
    WIML90

    Tasted non blind. Opened and served immediately. Followed over about an hour.

    Dark garnet color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of thistle, berries and cherries. Flavors of berries cherries and raspberries. Medium acidity, medium tannins, medium body. Drink over the few years. (90 points)

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