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About Searsucker - Las Vegas
Located in the famed Caesars Palace, Searsucker serves Chef Brian Malarkey's New American Classic Cuisine, paired with a wide variety of specialty and hand-crafted infusion cocktails. Come early, stay late!
Las Vegas, NV 89109
American, Contemporary American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Sunday 11:00 am–11:00 pm
Monday 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
Tuesday 5:00 pm–12:00 am
Wednesday 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
Thursday 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
Friday 5:00 pm–12:00 am
Saturday 5:00 pm–12:00 am
Happy Hour Daily 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
Caesars Palace Flamingo & LV Blvd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Main Valet or Caesars Parking Garage
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Searsucker Catering Team offers services to corporate dinner and reception events, birthday parties, anniversary dinners, business meetings, bachelor and bachelorette dinners, rehearsal and wedding dinners. We will meet your needs by exploring ideas and options to create a flawless, successful and memorable event. Chef Brian Malarkey has won hearts (and tastebuds) over with his imaginative twists on New American Classics, complementing the “feel-good” vibes of the comfortable space with eclectic music and innovative flavors. We welcome you to a social dining experience where food is not only the best part of eating but what food does to us socially.
Because who doesn’t love a good get-together with a cocktail or two. Searsucker Las Vegas’ private dining room is ideally suited for birthday parties, anniversary dinners, business meetings, bachelor and bachelorette dinners, and all your friendly get togethers.
Searsucker - Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
I booked a table at Seersucker for dinner before a show at Caesar's Coliseum. The server was exceptionally friendly and knowledgeable about the menu offerings. Service was a bit slow, but the restaurant was by no means packed, so the slow service seemed out of place. The food was good. We had scallops and the carnitas pork butt. My wife liked the specialty cocktails.
We had ten for dinner, always a challenge, before a concert. The servers did an excellent job accommodating all the different food requirements including some serious food allergies. The menu was unique in that it offered a variety of foods so people with different appetites were able to order items to their liking. I did not have one of their “20 fresh burgers” but those who ordered them thought they were great. I strongly recommend the skirt steak.
All in all we had a very nice dinner before our concert and would recommend the restaurant.
We went to watch the Super Bowl there. My reservation was made for 2pm, but unfortunately the restaurant had not planned accordingly & ended being seated closer to 2:45pm. That was a bit frustrating. Once seated Adrian (wearing the Bailey-Denver jersey) took great care of us.
Of the 4 of us that got steak, 1 of the steak specials was underdone. When sent back, it was just dropped back on the grill to scorch the outside, but still left the center underdone. When it was served again, the side dishes were no longer there. Also, the price of the steak "special" was anything but. Overpriced for the quality.
We were staying at Caesar's Palace and decided to try Searsucker our last night there. We were seated immediately and Emily, our very pregnant server, was right there to take our drink order. She gave us several food suggestions as well. To say we had a fabulous evening is an understatement. Emily was always there but not hovering. Our food was excellent and we raved about everything we ordered. The restaurant was all we had hoped for. Living in San Diego, we are very familiar with Brian's restaurants here so it was nice to visit one out of state and find the same quality as the ones here in San Diego. Kudos to the chef, management and owner as this is one of the best restaurants around!
We certainly enjoyed our meal, but it says something when we’d rather tip the busser than our waiter. We felt pretty ignored for most of our visit, although it is a Friday and they certainly seemed busy. Maybe he was just having an off night. That being said, the food was outstanding, and we were all wishing we weren’t so full so we could have tried dessert.
Went there for NYE because the restaurant was recommended by the Hakkasan Group as i made rsvp to see Calvin Harris at Cersar club. I was told we would get access to the front of the line which we did. But what i was disappointed with was the price for there fixed menu one it was ridiculous & i noticed other couples looking at the price as the server explained & walked over to the bar seating where it was probably reasonably pricing & different menu. Also i was told I could choose a bottle of wine of my choice which i did when i made the rsvp but when it came to it they wanted to give me something else. We ordered appetizers and it was not good. I had the calamari & my companion had the bruschetta. I took 1 bite of the calamari which the server recommended & i couldn’t take another bite it was awful. So i politely told my server i didn’t care for it he nodded & carried on. Didn’t ask if he could bring anything else out & proceeded to take the rest of our order. I waited a bit to see if he would ask me but nop he just poured me more water & wine. I got up & spoke to the Mgr i told him my experience & told him i would pay for the wine & appetizer but i wanted to leave. Then we left no apology. Paid & carried by on. I wouldn’t recommend this place ever!
It just didn't have a comfortable feel to it. There were hardly any people in the place and they sat us next to 3 other tables. Come on, have a mind of your own. Seat people away from each other so we can have a conversation or not have to listen to the conversation next to us. My husband had a 6 oz filet on top of creamed kale and the it came with 2 very thin slices of filet (not 6 oz) and it had gristle. I have never, ever seen a filet with gristle. Must be something new. Anyway, Save your money folks!!!
Everything was seasoned perfectly. The burrata and tomatoes was fantastic. Chicken fried chicken was very flavorful.the California breakfast burrito had great flavor, fries inside were awesome, spice level was perfect. Biscuits were delicious, however, they had lots of raw dough—we were surprised the cost of these was not taken off as most of the dish was inedible—I would order again though as the parts that were cooked were delicious.
A truly excellent happy hour value - $2 oysters, buffalo chicken sliders and $2 bone marrow - I can't say enough about the bone marrow. Drool-worthy. They also had some really creative cocktails on the happy hour menu. We were sad to just be there for a quick snack, because apparently the chef had a whole pig that they were going to be doing some great specials with. We'd come back for sure!
Tasty appetizers and pathetically small entree (cauliflower steak). It was the size of a small appetizer with only one thing on the plate for $19! My husband's entree came with vegetables and a starch, yet nothing similar on my plate. No value for the money!
I booked Seersucker for a business trip while in Vegas and I could not have been more impressed. Many restaurants in Vegas and particularly in hotels are overpriced, but Seersucker was a great value for money. The steak was very good and met expectations, the sides were tastey and the wine was reasonable. This is a big point. We had two bottles of Frog's Leap Zin and 4 entrees and did not crack $400. I was shocked. This may be the best value for money on the strip. Highly recommend!
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