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More Details on Brian Malarkey's Searsucker Emerge

Get details on the decor, some of the menu, cocktails and brunch meets late-night.

The future home of Searsucker
The future home of Searsucker
Bradley Marting and Searsucker

A little more information dropped on Searsucker, the American restaurant from Brian Malarkey opening at Caesars Palace next year. He’s working with Hakkasan top open his fourth location of his “contemporary spin on American classic comfort foods.”

Back in August, Eater Vegas dropped news of the restaurant’s impending takeover of the 7,500-square-foot space previously occupied by Munchbar and sitting next to the massive Omnia nightclub project from the nightlife group taking over Pure. Thomas Schoos plans to design the space that takes its inspirations from roadside diners and the cowboy culture of the American West. Coarse rope chandeliers that look like lassos, neon “Eat” signs, tumbleweed-shaped light fixtures, rustic wood and marble tables, and food paintings by Schoos are all part of the anticipated decor.

On the menu, find a lot of items in quotes. Look for a 38-ounce bone-in ribeye “tomahawk,” eggs and bacon “pork belly” with a soft poached egg with brown butter Hollandaise, the beer-braised short rib and horseradish with fried onions, pan sauce and butter potatoes. Malakey’s sides include jalepeño chorizo “corn off the cob” and fried Brussels sprouts with walnuts in an anchovy red wine jalapeño vinaigrette

Also on tap, cocktails such as the Jalaberry Strawpeño margarita, the New World Fashioned and the Peter Rabbit — a spin on the traditional Pimm’s Cup.

While the restaurant plans to serve dinner only seven nights a week, expect to find a late-night menu once in a while with a “dinner-meets-brunch” bill of fare.

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