The late filmmaker Orson Welles, who had a legendary appetite, was once heard to complain, "My doctor told me to stop having intimate dinners for four. Unless there are three other people." Similarly, single diners who confront the giant platters at the Hash House A Go Go might start looking for three strangers to join them for dinner. The Hash House serves hand-hammered pork tenderloin, chicken and biscuits, fried chicken and an 18-ounce rib eye. Some of it arrives in the form of a sculptural tower; the "Big O' Chicken Pot Pie" comes in a bowl big enough to use as an extra-large birdbath. Servers rarely see customers actually finish a dinner — though, as with any odd phenomenon, there have been documented examples.