Have you ever wondered how the name “Searsucker” came to be? Now one of the featured restaurants inside Caesars Palace and in downtown San Diego, this Hakkasan Group culinary experience is distinct in style, cuisine and in our name. To understand how our name came to be, we first need to understand what makes Searsucker so unique.
Searsucker is known for our steaks, pastas and creative burgers. Our New American cuisine features not only classic items from the grill, but new and inventive vegetarian options as well. To get a full understanding of our menus, we welcome you to check them out on our menu pages for Las Vegas and San Diego. We have created an interior inside each of our Searsucker locations that feels like a classic yet upscale country home. With a location inside Caesars Palace and in downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, Searsucker brings a little bit of classic Americana to a modern setting.
Searsucker is a part of our social dining restaurant collection. Through the cozy atmosphere filled with home-cooked meals at Searsucker, we aim to “weave” the perfect social setting into every “fabric” of who we are. Thus, the concepts for Searsucker was born. It is part of the “fabric of social dining”; the makeup of a perfect venue space that invites you to come hungry, stay late and enjoy special moments with those you love most. This same tradition is carried on in Hakkasan Group’s other social dining experience, Herringbone.
Our locations in San Diego and Las Vegas have something to offer you for your next social experience. To learn more about each of our locations, visit our homepages for Searsucker.