Like the others said, there are a few things you can do. If it was my beer, I'd let it ferment out. Wait at least two to three weeks and taste it.
Are you fermenting the entire batch in the same vessel? If not then you can treat each 6 gallon batch separately if you're not happy with the taste. One you could do as Tom suggested and boil some DME/Corn Sugar and add it, let it ferment out and taste it again after fermentation. Or you could add some fruit to try and mask the hops if your IBU/SG ratio is too high. Or just add some fruit flavoring.
First things first, I would just wait and taste it...you never know.
Or, I was just reminded of Vinnie Cilurzo's comment in Zymurgy a few years ago. Whey they were thinking about making Pliny the Younger a Triple IPA, with less alcohol than the Elder (8%). Basically hopping the beer more than Pliny the Elder, while reducing the OG and finished alcohol. They decided not to do this and brew Pliny the Younger which is 11%, but your beer could be an interesting beer.