Top Chef alum Brian Malarkey’s menus are both serious and fun, with creative twists on New American Classics. Dishes range from shared plates and small bites ideal for the whole table, to farm and ocean dishes that you’ll want to keep all to yourself.View Private Dining Details
The food was really disappointing
We’ve been here a number of times, & always have enjoyed. We took our daughter for her 25th Birthday. We always get the “Smalls” & share. Oug favs are the tomatoe soup with grilled cheese, pork belly, & the biscuits. Love the broccoli & Brussels sprouts too. Looking forward to going back again!
Went for a casual brunch and was not disappointed. Great atmosphere, food and drinks! Definitely worth a visit whether it’s for a casual meal or special occasion!
Very very poor service
Enjoyable gourmet food in casual setting. We were staying at the Pendry Hotel and this restaurant was close walking distance
Server was horrible.
I would highly recommend Searsucker. I scheduled a client dinner with a group of 8 in our party and the restaurant was very accommodating. The atmosphere and ambience was very nice. They have a wide variety of drinks and food. Our food was delicious and everyone enjoyed their dinner entrée and were very pleased overall with the restaurant selection. Reservations were for 6pm, but as the night progressed closer to 9pm the noise was a little louder and difficult to have conversations across the table. Overall, I would definitely recommend!
Delicious and a great place but We had to wait todo be seated 10 minutes with reservation.
Great food, cool space, a bit loud but we sat away from he bar which was nicer. A bit expensive but very good quality food.
Great except our table was beside the entrance to the kitchen
best new york steak i ever had
The scallops were not so good (they really need a starch with all that sauce), the short rib appetizer was tasty. The side of corn was delicious.
Food is great. Service is TERRIBLE. Don't worry, though, once the hostesses finish their conversation about the latest Searsucker drama and gossip, they will acknowledge your presence and say hello and take you to your table. Eventually, the waiter will arrive at your table to introduce him/herself. He/she'll also eventually put your order into the system, but not for at least 30 minutes. (You won't see him/her during this time, by the way.) When the order does come out, the food runner may or may not knock over your champagne, sending ice water flying across your table, shoes, and the floor. (Fortunately, your food will have taken so long to get to the table that you will have already finished the said bottle of champagne, so that's a plus.)
As much as it wants to be, Searsucker is not all that. Quickly becoming a has-been. A little customer service training would be useful. When it's this bad, it's usually the management.
We visit San Diego twice a year for business......
Searsucker is always on our must hit list.
Great food, fantastic people watching.
One of our top hot spots in the country