What Happens in Vegas (Part 3)

Sunday night we decided to indulge in one last Foodie experience before we had to go home.  We headed to Hash House a Go Go at the Quad.  We'd seen it on Food Network and had recommendations from friends so we had to go try it.  I must admit, I was not hungry after all the liquid I had consumed, but figured it was a good idea to eat.  Everything on the menu was home style cooking and most of it was not healthy, but it was our last chance to go big and we did.  Ashley ordered the chicken pot pie which came with a huge flour shell.  Jason and Lisa each ordered the famous chicken and waffles, which were stacked high.  Mike got the Reuben with bacon and cheese mashed potatoes.  Dustin ordered the crispy fried salmon and I got the chicken and biscuits.  Everyone said their food was delicious, but none of us cam close to finishing our meals.  We might have stayed longer and eaten more had it not been for a table of screaming kids that came in around 9:30 pm.

 Hash House a Go Go at the Quad

Hash House a Go Go at the Quad

 Dustin, Lisa, me

Dustin, Lisa, me

 Ashley, Jason, Mike

Ashley, Jason, Mike

 Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken Pot Pie

 

 Chicken and Biscuits

Chicken and Biscuits


 Chicken and Waffles

Chicken and Waffles

 Crispy Fried Salmon

Crispy Fried Salmon

 

 Reuben with bacon and Cheese Mashed Potatoes 

Reuben with bacon and Cheese Mashed Potatoes 

After dinner, we headed to the Mirage, where Dustin and Lisa were staying, to do a little more gambling.  We tried out several machines before finding that the Family Guy machine was the way to go.  Not only was it amusing, but Jason made some decent money on it and I won a little bit, which I promptly gambled away.  Mike was also excited to find some giant slots perfect for those with visual impairments.  As we were leaving the Mirage, we had one final Las Venture, with walking back to our hotel in pouring rain.  

 Slots at Mirage

Slots at Mirage

 Easy to read slots

Easy to read slots