A Hash House for Plano

Celebrity-approved restaurant whips up breakfast all day in Plano

Celebrity-approved restaurant whips up breakfast all day in Plano

Hash House A Go Go
Hash House A Go Go serves breakfast all day.Hash A Go Go is coming to North Texas. Photo courtesy of Hash House A Go Go

A San Diego restaurant concept with a witty name is coming to North Texas. Hash House A Go Go will open its first Dallas-area branch in Plano in spring 2016.

The restaurant will open in Plano's Preston Park Village, at the northwest corner of Preston Road and West Park Boulevard, where it will serve its so-called "twisted farm food" for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. Breakfast items are served at lunch and dinner too.

Founder Andy Beardslee developed the menu based on his Indiana upbringing. The restaurant serves traditional comfort food dishes spiced up with bold flavors and offbeat, over-the-top presentations.

For breakfast, there are seven "house hashes" that run from the classic corned beef hash to hashes made with chicken, meatloaf, pork, salmon, ground turkey, and a vegetarian one with mushroom, artichoke hearts, sundried tomato, and spinach. There are multiple scramble options with various ingredients mixed in such as ham, ground turkey, and bacon. All come with a biscuit and choice of griddled mashed or crispy potato.

For lunch, there are burgers, salads, and sandwiches such as roast beef sloppy Joe, meatloaf, and a BLT with a lot of B. Dinner entrees include chicken pot pie, fried chicken and waffles, and pork loin with mashed potatoes and corn on the cob.

There is also brunch and a patio.

Hash House A Go Go has received national recognition from the likes of Martha Stewart, Al Roker, Rachael Ray, and Travel Channel’s Adam Richman.

"We're thrilled to bring our twisted Midwestern fare to Texas," says COO Jim Rees. "We guarantee this will be a lively gathering place that treats guests to our farm-fresh food and inventive adult beverages, presented in a style that's all our own."

Beardslee launched the concept in San Diego in 2000. There are now 10 outposts in Las Vegas, Reno, Chicago, Orlando, and Connecticut.