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A Vegas Hash House A Go Go Breakfast & Coffee

Everything is bigger and better in Vegas right? A lot of things are over the top. This certainly included the Hash House A Go Go breakfast and coffee two friends and I experienced recently. You would find none of us complaining!

Hash House A Go Go has several locations in-and-around Las Vegas. We found ourselves on an early weekday morning at their spot within The LINQ Hotel & Casino.

Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas strip, The LINQ Hotel & Casino

Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas strip,  breakfast

Before the food comas would commence, coffee was ordered. Specialty coffee is not hard to find along the Strip with a Starbucks every where you look. A lot of the hotels have a shop of their own as well, pouring out specialty and basic coffee drinks.

Well Hash House A Go Go cranks that up a notch. I ordered a Frosted Mint latte which came topped with a whole can of whipped cream (I kid, or am I?).

Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas strip, specialty coffee

Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas strip, specialty coffee

One of my friends ordered a Cinnamon Roll A Go Go Latte, which I could have easily consumed in addition to mine. That presentation!

Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas strip, specialty coffee

I had chicken and waffles on the mind for quite some time, so when it came to the menu I only glanced for a few seconds. Looking around the packed restaurant and seeing lots of people enjoying their signature dish reinforced my decision. The Hash House A Go Go Sage Fried Chicken and Waffles it is.

Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas strip,  chicken and waffles

Two sage fried chicken breakfasts sat on my tower of hardwood smoked bacon filled waffles. You heard that right, bacon, bacon, and bacon! It was topped with leaks and a maple syrup reduction. Well it was time to dive in.

Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas strip,  chicken & waffles

Hash House A Go Go serves their large then life comfort food 24 hours a day. One of my friends ordered “a” pancake that could have probably filled up the three of us by itself. What was amazing is that he considered ordering a second one. We might still all be there if that was the case.

Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas strip,  breakfast

The other enjoyed some biscuits and gravy, eggs, mashed potatoes and other breakfast goodness.

Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas strip,  breakfast

We all discussed something on the menu that wasn’t even ordered, the “O’Hare of the dog” which was a 24 oz Budweiser in a bag and side of bacon. It must be popular.

Between the three of us, there was enough food for a small army. None of us came close to finishing, all getting full before setting off on the Las Vegas day. Delicious.

Hash House A Go Go - Las Vegas strip,  breakfast

Besides Vegas, Hash House A Go Go has locations in San Diego, Orlando, Chicago, Connecticut and Texas. I’m sure I will find myself back at a Vegas location when in town next. Maybe to experience their brunch, lunch and dinner offerings.

Where else would your recommend grabbing breakfast in Las Vegas?

Drinking Sambalatte Third Wave Coffee on the Las Vegas Strip

Starbucks. Starbucks. Starbucks. It’s one after another when walking Las Vegas Boulevard and the Vegas Strip. Within the hotels and casinos themselves you’ll find cafes and places where you can get drip coffee, lattes and other specialty drinks. I admit some of these are nice spots with good coffee offerings, however they give off more of a restaurant feel then a coffee shop.

While spending the mornings recently just walking the Strip I went looking for a true, craft coffee shop experience, which lead me to Sambalatte Torrefazione just outside the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. This is one of three locations this popular coffee shop chain to locals has in the Las Vegas Valley.

Sambalatte Coffee on the Las Vegas Strip

Upon entering just looking at the coffee themed art, renderings, gadgets, bags of beans and historical items, I immediate knew this place meant business.

Sambalatte Torrefazione Coffee on the Las Vegas Strip

Sambalatte Coffee on the Las Vegas Strip

Sambalatte Coffee on the Las Vegas Strip

Sambalatte Coffee on the Las Vegas Strip

Sambalatte craft coffee on the Las Vegas Strip

I did a double take when I saw the coffee roaster. Sambalatte is the only coffee shop you will find on the Strip who roasts their own beans. The coffee beans from Brazil and other spots in South America and Africa are roasted on a weekly basis from only sustainable farms, which they personally visit to ensure quality.

Sambalatte coffee roaster on the Las Vegas Strip

I had goosebumps during my initial visit as I was enjoying my first third wave coffee experience in Vegas! You can have your craft coffee made here by every means imaginable. What to get? What to get? On my first visit, I went for a Rwandan V60 Pour Over. Excellent.

Sambalatte Torrefazione pour over coffee on the Las Vegas Strip

Sambalatte pour over coffee on the Las Vegas Strip

Sambalatte pour over coffee on the Las Vegas Strip

Sambalatte pour over coffee on the Las Vegas Strip

Is specialty coffee your thing? On another visit, I enjoyed their signature Rainbow Latte. Smooth.

Sambalatte Rainbow Latte, Las Vegas, Nevada

Sambalatte refers to their Monte Carlo location as “the theater of coffee” and it is hard to disagree. On both visits I just soaked in the open atmosphere, while savoring my handcrafted coffee drinks in colorful mugs. They also offer outside seating in front. I look forward to visiting again soon for another true coffee experience when on the Strip.

You can find Sambalatte Torrefazione on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Where do you like getting your coffee on the Las Vegas Strip?