Hash House A Go Go To Open At Mohegan Sun


Twisted farm food with Midwestern roots hits the East Coast
UNCASVILLE, CT  – Mohegan Sun is about to get a little twisted with the arrival of Hash House A Go Go, a new all-day dining spot opening in mid-December 2012. Hash House A Go Go will serve “twisted farm food” for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner at the restaurant group’s first East Coast location. Conceived of Midwestern roots, the concept launched in San Diego in 2000 and now boasts six additional outposts in Las Vegas, Reno and Chicago.
Hash House A Go Go, a name fusing the ideas of “old-style food” and “something new,” creates a fun, lighthearted dining experience offering traditional diner fare, spiced up with bold flavors and off-beat, over-the-top presentations.  Founder Andy Beardslee developed the wide-ranging menus based on his Indiana upbringing, incorporating fresh ingredients and generous portions. Hash House A Go Go offers a wide range of options, including these highlights:


Andy’s Sage Fried Chicken Benedict
with maple reduction, eggs, bacon, mashed potatoes and split biscuit

HH Famous Meatloaf Hash
 roasted red peppers, fresh spinach and smoked mozzarella

Blueberry Pecan, Brown Sugar Banana, Blackberry Granola, Snickers, Apple Cinnamon, Mango Coconut


Crispy Hand-Hammered Pork Tenderloin Benedict
with market yellow tomato, spinach and barbecue cream, topped with scrambled eggs

Tractor Driver Combo
two eggs with bacon, sausage or potatoes with a buttermilk flapjack, vanilla waffle or griddled
French toast

O’Hare of the Dog
24 oz. Budweiser in a bag with a side of bacon


Famous One Pound Hash House Stuffed Burgers
Stuffing options include: fresh mushroom and Swiss cheese; roasted red pepper and griddled smoked mozzarella; apple wood-smoked bacon and mashed potato; crumbled blue cheese, hardwood-smoked bacon, avocado and cheddar

The Kokomo
griddled meatloaf, roasted tomato & smoked mozzarella on old fashioned milk bread

Andy’s Sage Fried Chicken Salad
tossed mixed greens in mango vinaigrette with green apple, caramelized pecans, crumbled blue cheese, and fresh tomato, crowned with sage fried chicken breast


Sage Fried Chicken and Waffles
two sage fried chicken breasts with a hardwood smoked bacon waffle tower, hot maple reduction and fried leeks

Roasted Market Butternut Squash
big ol’ squash stuffed with risotto, crowned with cornmeal crusted shrimp, fresh asparagus and sundried tomato olive oil

Stuffed HH Meatloaf
with fresh spinach, roasted red peppers, mozzarella cheese, marsala cream sauce & griddled mashed potatoes

HH Famous Roasted Chicken Pot Pie
upside down crust stuffed with house-roasted chicken, red potatoes, veggies and pan gravy served with mashed potatoes

Fittingly, Hash House A Go Go’s beverage program is full of colorful and spirited cocktails to go along with the lively fare. Drinks like Johnny’s Famous BLT Mary trimmed with a fresh tomato wheel, smoked bacon slice, rib of romaine lettuce and toast or the Champagne Super Nova with mint and bubbly, will make the brunch crowd very happy.  An eclectic wine and beer list round out the spirited portion of the menu. On the non-alcoholic side, the drink list showcases an assortment of freshly squeezed juices and lemonades like the Hash House favorite kiwi watermelon lemonade. For the caffeine addicts, the restaurant offers a variety of lattes and coffee drinks, including flavors like ‘smores mocha, caramel all over mocha and the banana latte.
The restaurant’s décor, like the food, will be one part farm, one part urban. From the old-school black-and-white farm photos to the relaxed booths or the all-new modern Tractor Bar, Hash House A Go Go is about having a good time—sophistication with no pretention. The restaurant will seat 210 guests, including the new Tractor Bar.
Hash House A Go Go has received national recognition from the likes of Martha Stewart, Al Roker, Rachel Ray, Dr. Phil and Adam Richman of the Travel Channel’s “Man Vs. Food.” The team behind the wildly popular restaurant looks forward to opening its first East Coast restaurant at Mohegan Sun. “We couldn’t be more excited to bring our twisted Midwestern fare to this region of the country,” said Jim Rees, Chief Operating Officer. “Hash House A Go Go will be a lively gathering place playing on the high-energy and fun-loving style of Mohegan Sun while treating guests to inventive, farm-fresh food, presented in a style that’s all our own.”
About Hash House A Go Go
Located inside Casino of the Earth, Hash House A Go Go will feature twisted farm food, blending traditional dishes with bold flavors. The restaurant will be open daily with breakfast served all day through lunch and selected signature breakfast items available at dinner.  Breakfast service will start at 7:00am, continuing into lunch from 11:00am until 5:00pm. Dinner will be served from 5:00pm to Midnight with 24 hour dining on Friday and Saturday. 
Brunch service will also be offered on Saturdays and Sundays from 7:00am to 5:00pm. For more information, please visit www.hashhouseagogo.com, “like” them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @hashhouse_mosun.
About Mohegan Sun
Mohegan Sun, owned by the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, is one of the largest, most distinctive and spectacular entertainment, gaming and shopping destinations in the United States.  Situated on 185 acres along the Thames River in scenic southeastern Connecticut, Mohegan Sun is within easy access of New York, Boston, Hartford and Providence and located 15 minutes from the museums, antique shops and waterfront of Mystic Country. More information is available by calling 1.888.226.7711 or visiting mohegansun.com.  Connect with us on facebook.com/mohegansun, follow us on twitter.com/mohegansun and view us on youtube.com/mohegansunvideos.