Global hospitality company Hakkasan Group, is resuming operations and now accepting reservations at its Las Vegas, (affiliate link), Strip social dining restaurant concept, Searsucker located inside Caesars Palace.
Set to re-open on Thursday, July 2 ahead of the fourth of July holiday weekend, Searsucker’s culinary attitude takes a curious twist on classic Americana dishes.
Start off the Searsucker menu with Nonna’s Turkey Meatballs made with marinara, ricotta, and torn basil. Other recently added menu items include Founder’s Stout Braised Short Ribs with crushed fingerling potato and crispy onions in pan jus, a 6oz Filet Mignon topped with an herb butter including zucchini noodles and greens, and Searsucker’s classic Mary’s Free Range Chicken with spring pea risotto, roasted mushrooms, in a natural jus.
In line with government and health authority guidance for health and sanitation, the restaurant has moved to a paperless menu system via a scannable QR code from your phone, tables spaciously separated practicing social distancing and a rigorous cleaning plan will also be implemented.
Searsucker Las Vegas, (affiliate link), is initially open for dinner Thursdays from 4:30pm to 9pm, Fridays from 4:30pm to 10pm, and Saturdays from 4:30pm to 10pm. Further days of operation and expanded dinner service will resume at a later date. Reservations are advised due to the limited capacity and can be made by visiting their website or calling 702-866-1800.
Searsucker San Diego, located in the historic Gaslamp Quarter opened in 2010, has since expanded into Las Vegas with a location inside Caesars Palace. Searsucker embodies the social dining experience by encouraging guests to come early and stay late. The menu features re-imagined twists on classic American dishes. Each restaurant offers a comfortable space that creates the feeling of dining in a friend’s home, with comfortable seating, eclectic music, and delicious flavors, creating the perfect vibe for a friendly get-together. Its playful décor includes rough-hewn wood and rope chandeliers that evoke a casual, yet elegant atmosphere. With plush couches and living room arrangements mixed within the dining room, the environment is made to make guests feel as if they were attending a thoughtfully planned dinner party with close friends and family.