Searsucker has a private group dining area that can seat up to 40 guests, a semi-private outdoor table that can seat up to 8, and a wrap around patio and whole venue available for buyouts!View Private Dining Details
Love searsucker. Great drinks, great food, great service.
Service is definitely going down the hill. It is not what it used to be. Very disappointing!
Wonderful food and service. Attentive staff with great smiles. The food was cooked perfectly and we each enjoyed different dishes
Good was super good. It's pretty good in there though.
My husband and I both ate the shrimp and grits appetizer as our entree. The appetizer comes in a generous portion. The calamari was soggy because they mixed too much of the sweet and sour sauce on top. The sauce over powered the calamari. I would have prefer the sauce on the side. I was not too fond of the Brussels sprouts. The sprouts were too sour because it tasted like they used too much red wine vinegar. The desserts are large enough to share. Our server, Collin, was funny and friendly!
Pork and duck fat fries were both very salty. Salmon was very good. The beet and goat cheese jar was fabulous !!
The service was excellent. Decor was great.
I would go back. Just wouldn’t order the fries or pork chop.
My wife and I made reservations here for Valentine’s Day. As with most restaurants on this occasion, they only offered a pre-fixed menu. However, unlike most restaurants, this was not a typical volume play. While it was a bit pricey, the flavor and presentation of each dish in the four courses was excellent. For our mains, I had the NY strip and my wife had a cornmeal battered branzino. Both were seasoned well and cooked as specified. Another notable standout was the Tetilla Cheese plate as a dessert option. Not your typical offering, but a surprisingly delicious mix of savory, spicy and sweet.
Great food. Great entertainment. Exceptional desserts!
very good food, extremely loud - difficult to have reasonable conversation
The server/ manager removed the entrees from the bill. This was appreciated. However, our 44th anniversary celebration was not pleasant. Too loud - sounded like canned crowd noise...?
The server and the wine were the only good parts of the night. We brought the wine!
We will not return.
Food tasteless and lacks seasoning.
Service was very good . Wish they had more booths inside. Great food also
Limited food, wine, and scotch selection
Way way way to salty!!!!
Couldnt eat french fries at all!!
Service and shareable plates were great.
Food was excellent!
Have been to this location a few times and this was not the best experience I've had. While this was SDRW, service/clearing between courses/consistency with dishes/check backs were VERY slow except for the check drop.
We normally go for lunch so this was the first time visiting on a Saturday night. It was a busy night, so the manager took our drink orders. Despite that, everybody still got it right. One of our guests was a bit more high maintenance yet the waiter and manger were outstanding at responding politely and promptly to the requests. Food - duck wings were outstanding, chicken moist tender and flavorful. Restaurant week, so it would have been helpful to let us know up front that the Prix Fixe menu had slightly different portions, but we worked it out anyway. In any case definitely still one of our favorite spots.
So I had high expectations as we have diner here many times before, but it was restaurant week so it very busy, service was rushed (in and out in a hour) what really ticked me off was the 3% additional surcharge to cover the cost increase in minimum wage. While I support a living wage why not simply add $1 to every main course and 50 cents to a starter.