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Searsucker = Best Kept Secret

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Heatflames, Apr 20, 2017.

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  1. Heatflames

    Heatflames Tourist

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    Last trip was November and my wife took me to Searsucker located in Caesars. She had a previous experience there on an all girls trip that was an amazing memory including they got to meet the chef/owner Brian Malarkey-- anyways, she told me we must eat there. I thought for sure it would not live up to her hype and I could find us a better meal at a restaurant with a more know chef- boy was I wrong! That trip we had Table 10 (Emerill)and it was overall a B grade in my opinion. Next night, Searsucker blew me away- service, decor, cleanliness, vibe, server was best ever, and the food was absolutely amazing- I was so impressed. So here we are back in Vegas in April and Searsucker is definitely on our list but I still believe I can find a place that I will feel just blows my socks off just as much...no! Ate at another famous chef restaurant with great reviews and I just knew it did not ring my Bell the way Searsucker did. So last night is the night we have set for Searsucker--have a already put it on a pedestal so high that I will be disappointed- maybe. No! It was crazy good. I cannot deny that it is my bar..I will compare all others to it! This trip: Appetizer: Spiced Himachi and avocado. Plates: Calamari steak. Roasted Bone marrow. Fillet steak with red wine demi. I honestly wasn't a fan of the bone marrow on the toasted bread it comes with but our server suggested I use it with my steak. Wow! It change my amazing steak to my favorite steak I have ever had. Best part is my wife has the same feelings about this place- hands down our favorite restaurant in Vegas and anywhere for that. I never hear much anything about this place and felt the need to give it some props!
     
  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I have eaten there a few times and enjoyed it. I wish they accepted reward credits at a one to one ratio, but that's my only complaint about the place
     
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  3. shokhead

    shokhead No big spender unless eating drinking having fun!

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    Reward Credit redemptions are completed as 200 Reward Credits: $1 Comp Value at this outlet
     
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  4. azlefty

    azlefty VIP Whale

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    If you are ever in San Diego, the same chef has a quick casual lunch place in Torrey pines called Green Acres located in an office building. They serve many of the same items. In fact I once had the exact same chicken that I also had at searsucker.
     
  5. grosx2

    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    I heard good things about it but sadly, as others have mentioned, the 200:$1 comp rate will prevent me from eating there.
     
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