Since opening in 2000, Hash House has received countless awards recognizing their breakfast items. Even when you come hungry, you likely won’t be able to finish a full size entree — unless you’re a competitive eater! Regulars recommend sharing with a friend for a reasonable portion and price.
A breakfast favorite is the Hash House Original Benedict with a red bell pepper cream sauce instead of hollandaise. If you love French toast, their’s is a must have – its made with Amish style milk bread, a banana cinnamon cream and drizzled with pecan maple syrup. For a savory dish for any meal, try the New York Time’s favorite, sage fried chicken on bacon waffles. It's a casual place, no need to make a fuss, just get up and go to beat the wait.