Searsucker, from "Top Chef" alum Brian Malarkey, serves a contemporary spin on classic American comfort food in a laid-back, social atmosphere.
The 7,500-square-foot restaurant features a retro Americana theme with touches of cowboy culture including coarse rope chandeliers that look like lassos, neon "Eat" signs, tumbleweed-shaped light fixtures and rustic wood and marble tables.
The menu starts out with small bites and plates including duck fat fries, chicken and dumplings, marrow bone, cheddar puffers and shishito peppers with ponzu sauce.
Choices from the ocean include sea bass, salmon, mahi and tuna. From the farm you'll find chicken, duck and rabbit and choices from the ranch include wild boar chops, osso buco lamb, hanger steak and more.
Signature sides such as jalepeño-chorizo "corn off the cob" and fried brussels + walnuts with anchovy red wine jalapeño vinaigrette round out the menu.
Searsucker also has an extensive cocktail program with offerings like the Jalaberry Strawpeño margarita, the New World Fashioned -- a variation on the common Old Fashioned, as well as the Peter Rabbit -- a spin on the traditional Pimm's Cup made with Pimm's gin-based herbal liquor and the restaurant's housemade signature basil lemonade.