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Searsucker Las Vegas

Pork belly appetizer from Searsucker.
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Facts

Cuisine

American

Chef

Jessica Perlstein

Price Level

$$

Attire

Casual

Contact

(702) 866-1800 or Email ReservationsLV@Searsucker.com

Hours

Thursday5 PM - 9 PM

Friday5 PM - 10 PM

Saturday12 PM - 10 PM

Sunday12 PM - 8 PM

Happy Hour (Bar & Lounge Only)Thursday & Friday, 5 PM - 7 PM, Saturday & Sunday 3 PM - 6 PM

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Additional Info

GROUP DINING

For groups of 14 or more, please contact group sales at (702) 247-3970 or click here to learn more.

Searsucker introduces a contemporary spin on American classic comfort foods - all set in a laid-back, retro-Americana atmosphere.

Searsucker menu staples include the stout-braised short rib with sweet potatoes and crispy onions. Continue the experience with a variety of shareable plates like the buffalo-style chicken lollipops, mac and cheese with Vermont cheddar and Applewood smoked bacon, and shellfish platter with shrimp, tuna poke, and oysters.

The beverage program offers a variety of classic concoctions with a modern twist. Cocktail offerings include the Espresso Martini, the Fizzy Lifter, a signature cocktail made with broken shed vodka, lemon, blueberry honey syrup, muddled strawberries, and prosecco, and a list of unique Old Fashioned cocktails, like the PB&J Old Fashioned and Golden Knight Old Fashioned.

Internationally-acclaimed Thomas Schoos designed the 7,500-square-foot venue. Schoos’s vision for Searsucker draws on themes of retro Americana such as cowboy culture and mid-century roadside diners. The atmosphere is both casual and handsomely stylish. Drawing on the social vibe that has made the Searsucker brand so popular, Schoos takes the Las Vegas location to the next level with design highlights that include coarse rope chandeliers that look like lassos, neon “Eat” signs, tumbleweed-shaped light fixtures and rustic wood and marble tables, as well as several large whimsical paintings by Schoos on the subject of food.

What to eat and drink at Searsucker:

  • Sliders
  • Short Rib
  • Calamari
  • Verlasso Salmon
  • PB&J Old Fashioned
  • Fizzy Lifter

Come early, stay late

Featuring:

  • Beer for $5
  • Wine for $7
  • Cocktails for $9
  • Food starting at $2            

Expert tips

  • Designed by internationally acclaimed interior designer Thomas Schoos
  • Our large format tables are perfect for parties up to 12 guests. For larger parties, we have a great private dining room that seats up to 35 people or full buyouts available.
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