Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phoenix New Times' Description
Searsucker is a nightclub-meets-restaurant kind of scene. A fashionable, vast space with sub-regions of lounge-y couch areas, a bar, an open kitchen, and a dining area. From chef Brian Malarkey, a finalist on Bravo's Top Chef Miami in 2009, Searsucker Scottsdale is the second location of his restaurant (the first being in San Diego). Malarkey's "New American Classic" menu is a mix of eclectic dishes intended to be fun, with scant, tongue-in-cheek descriptions.
Tips from foursquare
This spot is the best!! The Enlightened Hospitality group is absolutely amazing
The kobe carpaccio with hearts of palm and shiitake bacon is is undeniably satisfying and one of our faves for cooling off in the summer months.
Be prepared to wait and wait. Slow service. You will then die of thirst since they won't give you enough water and are super slow with the cocktails.
Randy Jackson sundae is a must!
We visited for lunch. Atmosphere is great, but our server was inattentive. The food was decent once we could decipher the unnecessarily creative descriptions of the menu selections. I won't be back.
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After not quite a year at Top Chef Brian Malarkey's Searsucker in Scottsdale, Steven "Chops" Smith has left as its executive chef. Smith --... More on Searsucker »
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