Searsucker isn’t a place to get away; it’s a place to get together.
What are you doing to ensure the safety of your guests during the COVID-19 pandemic?
We have been preparing extensively under guidance from public health experts to develop a plan that will allow us to welcome you back safely. Our plan puts your health and safety at the center of all we do. It is a comprehensive, multi-layered approach. We have moved to paperless menu systems via a scannable QR code from your phone, tables spaciously separated practicing social distancing and a rigorous cleaning plan will also be implemented for each venue. To view the Safety Plan in its entirety, please click here.
Where are you located?
Searsucker is currently located in the following cities: San Diego, CA, and Las Vegas, NV. Stay tuned for new locations.
What are your hours?
It depends on what city you’re in. Visit Las Vegas or San Diego to find out when our doors are open and when they’re not.
What type of food is “New American Classics?”
Exactly what it sounds like! We twisted your favorite American dishes like your mom’s brussels sprouts, filet, and some good ole’ chicken to create an imaginative menu with the freshest ingredients.
What is “pay homage to our farmers” and “strictly local” mean on the menu?
In an effort to being more environmentally friendly, we’ve teamed up with local farmers and producers to create dishes using ingredients that are locally sourced! That means ingredients used at our Las Vegas location will be from a completely different farm from our San Diego location and so forth.
What if I have an allergy to something on your menu?
Just tell us! We’re all about the experience; our Chef will cater your dish to your needs and your taste buds.
What is the dress code?
We like to say “come as you are.” But if you’re reading this from the couch in your underwear, let’s go with business casual.
Do you have gift cards?
Well, of course! We would never deprive you of giving the gift of Searsucker. Find out more about Searsucker gift cards.
What about that “EAT” sign?
Critically-acclaimed interior designer, Thomas Schoos, brought the Old West and a retro Americana vibe to Searsucker. Historically, “EAT” signs were used to inform travelers of where they could eat on their cross-country journeys; we now use it to welcome our guests with an ode to American history!