Hash House A Go Go Coming to Plano’s Preston Park Village
DALLAS – January 5, 2016 – CBRE | UCR announces a new retail lease for Hash House A Go Go in Plano’s Preston Park Village (1900 Preston Road, at the northwest corner of Preston Road and West Park Boulevard). Serving “twisted farm food,” this all-day dining spot will make its first foray into Texas with this location.
CBRE | UCR Senior Vice President Greg Pierce and Associate Ryan May handled site selection for Hash House A Go Go and represented them in the lease transaction with landlord Brixmor Property Group, who was represented by CBRE | UCR Vice President Ashley O’Malley and Associate Amanda Gross.
Conceived of Midwestern roots, the concept launched in San Diego in 2000 and now includes 10 outposts in Las Vegas, Reno, Chicago, Orlando and Connecticut. Popular for its fun, lighthearted dining experience, Hash House A Go Go offers traditional comfort food dishes spiced up with bold flavors and offbeat, over-the-top presentations. Founder Andy Beardslee developed the wide-ranging menus based on his Indiana upbringing, incorporating farm-fresh ingredients and generous portions.
“We’re thrilled to bring our twisted Midwestern fare to Texas,” said Jim Rees, Hash House A Go Go’s Chief Operating Officer. “We guarantee this will be a lively gathering place that treats guests to our farm-fresh food and inventive adult beverages, presented in a style that’s all our own.”
Hash House A Go Go has received national recognition from the likes of Martha Stewart, Al Roker, Rachel Ray and Adam Richman of the Travel Channel’s “Man vs. Food.
“Plano is a great family market, and they’re going to love this concept,” said Mr. Pierce. “We were extremely fortunate to find a location at a center in the heart of Plano with excellent demographics and a patio opportunity that is outstanding.”
Hash House A Go Go plans to open in March or April 2016. The restaurant will offer a wide-ranging menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily with breakfast items served through lunch and selected signature breakfast items available at dinner.
“This eatery will quickly become a local favorite with the unique flavor profiles in its twisted farm food,” said Mike Axelrad, Senior Vice President of Leasing & Redevelopment for center owner Brixmor Property Group. “Hash House A Go Go chose Preston Park Village for their first entry into Texas because of its strategic location in an established affluent neighborhood, heavily trafficked intersection, dense daytime population and complementary merchandising mix.”