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Brian Malarkey rides into Las Vegas with a cowboy-themed Searsucker

Chef Brian Malarkey's Searsucker at Caesars Palace will be the chain's fourth restaurant

Former “Top Chef” contestant and “The Taste” mentor and judge Brian Malarkey gets ready to open his fourth Searsucker restaurant at Caesars Palace on Friday, Mar. 27.

The chef — who already has Searsucker locations in San Diego, Del Mar, Calif., and Austin, Texas — plans to open a 7,500-square-foot restaurant with a retro Americana theme from designer Thomas Schoos that captures the cowboy culture of the Southwest.

Coarse rope chandeliers, neon “Eat” signs and tables made from wood and marble as well as paintings from Schoos decorate the space, which  can hold 138 guests. A private dining room with room for 32 and a bar area round out the design scheme of the restaurant. It is next to Omnia, the massive nightclub that opens Thursday, Mar. 12, at the resort.

Malarkey’s menu includes dishes meant to share. Highlights include a 38-ounce bone-in ribeye tomahawk steak, eggs and bacon pork belly with a soft poached egg and brown butter Hollandaise, beer-braised short rib  and for dessert, a s’mores bar.

The restaurant opens nightly at 5 p.m., and given its proximity to Omnia, plans to stay open late for those hangover meals.

Info: Searsucker, (702) 866-1800

 

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