SEARSUCKER LAS VEGAS AT CAESARS PALACE TO OPEN FRIDAY, MARCH 27
Celebrity Chef Brian Malarkey to Bring Sharable Comfort Cuisine to Las Vegas Dining Scene
Searsucker Las Vegas at Caesars Palace, the new restaurant concept featuring a contemporary spin on American classic comfort foods, will open its doors Friday, March 27. Envisioned and helmed by celebrity chef Brian Malarkey, Searsucker will present shareable cuisine and a variety of uniquely-crafted cocktails in a “feel-good” atmosphere, all of which combine to create the perfect social dining experience.
MENU & BAR STAPLES
Paying homage to Malarkey’s “farm to table, table to face” philosophy, the menu features gregarious, fun-loving and authentic items, embodying Malarkey’s over-the-top personality. Divided into small plates, robust meats and a selection of indulgent sweets, guests will find:
- the 38-ounce bone-in ribeye “tomahawk”
- Eggs + bacon “pork belly” featuring a soft poached egg with brown butter hollandaise
- Beer-braised short rib + horseradish + fried onions with pan sauce and butter potato
- S’mores bar – A sweet creation including graham + salted caramel ganache + honey chocolate mousse + marshmallow + chocolate ice cream + cookie crumble
- Jalepeño-chorizo “corn off the cob”
- Fried brussels + walnuts with anchovy red wine jalapeño vinaigrette will round out the bill of fare
Cocktail offerings will include infused creations with playful, approachable ingredients including the
- Peter Rabbit – a spin on the traditional Pimm’s Cup made with Pimm’s gin-based herbal liquor and the restaurant’s housemade signature basil lemonade.
The 7,500-square-foot venue is designed by internationally acclaimed designer Thomas Schoos. Schoos’ vision for Searsucker features themes of retro Americana such as cowboy culture and mid-century roadside diners to create an atmosphere that is at once casual and handsomely stylish.
Schoos takes the Las Vegas location to the next level with design highlights that include coarse rope chandeliers, neon “Eat” signs, and rustic wood and marble tables, as well as several large whimsical paintings by Schoos on the subject of food.
Searsucker’s comfortable main dining room can accommodate up to 138 guests, a private dining room that seats 32 for intimate affairs, and a first-come first-serve bar area, a perfect location for a pre-dinner cocktail. Larger seating areas have been designed to bring together small groups, creating an open dialogue between guests in the restaurant while promoting the social dining vibe that has made the Searsucker brand so popular.
The restaurant will be open nightly for dinner from 5 p.m. to late with bar service beginning at 4:30 p.m. nightly. To make a reservation, or sign up for insider information, news and announcements guests can visit the newly developed www.searsucker.com. For information on private events and corporate buy-out opportunities, please visit www.searsucker.com or call 702-866-1800. Guests can also find Searsucker on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Searsucker, a restaurant brand conceptualized by celebrity chef Brian Malarkey, brings sharable comfort cuisine coupled with a casual, “feel-good” atmosphere to existing outposts in Austin, Texas, Del Mar, Calif., San Diego and a soon to be unveiled Las Vegas location in Caesars Palace. Named after the simplicity of the seersucker fabric, which is casual and emanates a relaxed vibe among those who wear it, Searsucker evokes that same feeling in its dishes and atmosphere. Enjoy familiar comfort foods with a twist, like Cheddar Puffers, French Toast, or Eggs + Bacon “pork belly” – featuring a soft poached egg with brown butter hollandaise. Each of its four locations feature comfortable couches, eclectic music, and extreme flavors all which combine to create the perfect social dining experience. For more information, please visit www.searsucker.com.
ABOUT HAKKASAN GROUP
Hakkasan Group is a worldwide entertainment, dining, nightlife, and hospitality company with establishments currently located across the United States, Europe, Middle East, and Asia. Its namesake is taken from its Michelin-star restaurant that set the high-level standard for the group’s collection of diverse brands. Its ‘brand-first’ philosophy builds dining, nightlife, day life, and soon-to-be hotel concepts into world-class lifestyle hospitality brands, all with a focus on service, design, innovation, and the experience.
Its restaurant portfolio includes the flagship Hakkasan Restaurant with 12 locations worldwide, as well as Yauatcha, HKK, Sake no Hana, Herringbone, Searsucker, and Social House. Under the nightlife/daylife umbrella of brands are Hakkasan Nightclub, Wet Republic, HQ Nightclub, HQ Beach Club, Bootsy Bellows, Hooray Henry’s, THE NICE GUY, SHOREbar and Omnia (opening at Caesars Palace and in San Diego, Spring 2015). In 2014, Hakkasan Group and MGM Resorts International announced the formation of a joint venture hotel management company named MGM Hakkasan Hospitality with a series of hotel and resort projects already under development including MGM projects in the Americas, the Middle East, and Asia along with Hakkasan projects in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Hakkasan Group is owned by Tasameem Real Estate LLC, an Abu Dhabi-based investment company. For more information, visit www.hakkasangroup.com.
ABOUT CAESARS PALACE
World-renowned Las Vegas hotel and casino, Caesars Palace features 3,960 hotel guest rooms and suites, including the 181-room Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace and Forbes Star Award-winning The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace. The 85-acre resort offers 25 diverse dining options including celebrity chef-branded restaurants by Gordon Ramsay, Bobby Flay, Nobu Matsuhisa and Guy Savoy, the award-winning Bacchanal Buffet, nearly 130,000 square-feet of casino space, a five-acre Garden of the Gods pool oasis and the luxurious Qua Baths & Spa. The 4,300-seat Colosseum, Billboard Magazine’s Venue of the Decade, spotlights world-class entertainers including Elton John, Rod Stewart, Reba, Brooks & Dunn, Mariah Carey and Jerry Seinfeld. The Forum Shops at Caesars showcase more than 160 boutiques and restaurants. Opening in Spring 2015 are Searsucker Las Vegas, the restaurant from celebrity chef and “Top Chef” finalist Brian Malarkey, as well as the 75,000 square-foot OMNIA Nightclub. For more information, please visit www.caesarspalace.com. Find Caesars Palace on Facebook and follow on Twitter.