Searsucker Austin

415 Colorado Street AustinTX78701

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by merchantcircle on December 04, 2017 from merchantcircle

Editorial Reviews

Searsucker Restaurant Review:
Chef Brian Malarkey established Searsucker in San Diego and has since expanded the concept to Austin. The menu offers New American dishes with a Texas twist, such as smoked duck leg with chickpeas, fennel, figs and crispy kale.
by gayot on May 16, 2016 from gayot
Chef Brian Malarkey brings his upscale mini-chain to downtown Austin (there are locations in San Jose and Scottsdale too); the self-described 'Fabric of Social Dining' concept includes classic American cuisine with a twist, as well as live music and a loungey vibe.
by zagat on January 21, 2014 from zagat

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Celebrity chef Brian Malarkey brings the Fabric of Social Dining to the South. After opening it's doors in 2013, Searsucker has been keeping Austin weird with it's unique take on New American Cuisine, and fun social atmosphere for any dining occasion. Architect Thomas Schoos has designed this Farm to Table venue to bring his award winning vision to the venue, overhauling and re-designing the...
by yahoolocal on May 13, 2016 from yahoolocal
Chef Brian Malarkey’s Searsucker is sure to be one of Austin’s best restaurants by the end of the year. The fabric inspired restaurant that has three other locations made OpenTable’s 2013 Top 100 Hot Spot Restaurants in the U.S. The atmosphere is relaxed and inviting with an emphasis on approachable and unpretentious dishes. The space includes an open air kitchen, stylish decor that is both...
by cylexusa on June 10, 2014 from cylexusa