RELATED • Top 5 restaurant beverages • Beverage-only sales rise at restaurants • More food and beverage news and trends Hash House A Go Go, a seven-unit casual-dining chain known for its huge portions and over-the-top presentations, had to work extra hard on its beverage menu when founder Andy Beardslee opened the first location in San Diego in 2000: He didn’t have a liquor license. “So they needed to come up with specialty beverages they ...

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