Posts Tagged with #The Quad Resort and Casino

Hash House A Go Go

Hash House A Go Go was packed with people, even during lunch. We had to reserve and wait 30 minutes before entering so make sure you book in time. Staff was super polite! You get seated comfortably and there's a lot of unique options to choose from. I chose Andy's sage fried chicken and my friends took other dishes, such as chicken and waffles. They come up with weird combinations that do seem to work! The chicken in itself isn't the best chicken I ate so far, but I love the potato hash and mashed potatoes, and especially the condiments or gravy that you can get with it. You get a really big portion so make sure you have enough room in your stomach! Might wanna share a plate even. All in all, I give it 5 out of 5 for the originality and the service, the food isn't perfect but it's still really nice and filling! Would defo recommend everyone to at least try it once!!
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Hash House A Go Go

Bit of a chore to get into this place from the outside if you don't know where your going. Once in we were greeted kindly and seated. It was about 8:30 am, with a 3 min wait or so. I've visited this place before so I knew what to expect. The portions are massive so I knew to share a plate unless I wanted to take home the rest. Pot pie is the biggest plate on the menu. Buy it if your super hungry. The server told be she hasn't seen anyone finish it to date, it's that big. I ordered the crab benedict, I shared with my wife and we were both full. The service was great here I must say. When I was leaving there was a ton of people waiting to get in, I inquired about wait times and was told 30 min, so even if there is a lot of people they move people in and out quick. To wrap it up, food and service is great , large portions ... recommend.
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Hash House A Go Go

Happy hour is only at the bar and not in the rest of the restaurant. Not very child friendly. We definitely did not take the kids into the bar nor late at night. We told the server we wanted happy hour but she never bothered to tell us until 25 mins later after she seated us.
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Hash House A Go Go

Over a week stay in Vegas this was our favorite place to eat while we were there. Everyone in my party was very satisfied with our meals. They were tasty and very well put together. I had the Chicken and Waffles, one of their signature items. I was a little skeptical at first, while the idea of Chicken and Waffles sounds like it should be good I do not find many that are. However, this was terrific! The other dish of notice was the Chicken Pot Pie. It was artistically done yet still traditional and was great! The staff was very friendly and nice. Pricing compared to other restaurants in this part of the strip was very reasonable. I cannot wait for our annual trip back to Vegas so we can stop here for dinner, probably on the first night!
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Hash House A Go Go

Had the banana cream French toast. It was delicious, and filled me up. I came at 1am and saint expect super good food since it was so late but was blown away by the taste and presentation. My friends got the sage Benedict fried chicken. The portion for that easily could feed four people and it was delicious as well. The sage chicken was unique and you could taste the sage but it wasn't overpowering. The order of fries we had was probably some of the best fries I have had. One of our mixed drinks never came out but we weren't really bothered by it, had it removed from the check. Overall a great place to eat.
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Had a great time at Chayo (I think it was called). The food was incredible! I had some meat, corn on the cob, chicken, and tortillas. The flavor and texture of the beef and corn on cob were amazing! I was craving it again the next day and wishing I could have more. The heaters outside can keep your group warm on a cold day. It was a lovely experience! I hope to go back sometime soon!
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This is a hotel for the younger crowd with less money. Which is fine if that's what you are looking for. They do not have many tables. But they have lots of other things to do. I enjoyed our pool side Cabana but did not like how every time someone shut the door on our Hall it sounded like it was slammed. Honestly I had to be pretty drunk to get any sleep because you could hear every conversation from room to room. This is for sure the party hotel. Lots of places to play beer pong.
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We love this place. The shopping and food are great. Feels like a whole new world. Really enjoyed beinign my family on the High Roller. Staff were excellent with us and our children. Made everyone feel welcome. The views are awesome at 550ft during the day and even more wonderful in the evening. there is even a Happy half hour for adults that is a pod with a bar and DJ.
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The LINQ is a fun place to visit. Been there many times to wander around, see the promenade, and for food. The promenade is always fun, the stores and restaurants are a good mix. The LINQ also has one of the best restaurants, the Hash House. Its reasonably priced and the food is amazing. A must visit place on the strip.
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We stayed here on a whim due to the low cost and the great location on the strip. We have been really happy with the experience. The bed is comfy, the house keeping people accommodating, and the casino fun and inviting! The elevator to get to the rooms is slow and they get really crowded which is my only really complaint. For the cost and location, this is a great place to stay!
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