Branching outwards from San Diego, Searsucker celebrated one gloriously grand Grand Opening in Scottsdale complete with a red carpet and a host of the well to-do. The 9,500 square foot luxury restaurant features an exquisite “new-American” themed menu guaranteed to refine diner's pallets and attract a healthy dose of wealthy visitors to the city.
We all know Scottsdale knows how to throw a party and apparently Scottsdale knows how to throw a restaurant opening, too. Saturday night Searsucker, the new restaurant from Top Chef Brian Malarkey, wined and dined a crowd of guests for an official grand opening in true red carpet style -- really, there was a red carpet.
The "new-American" cuisine included variations of classics like shrimp n' grits and surf and turf, all of which could be washed down with the selection of creative, handmade cocktails. Executive chef Steve "Chops" Smith kept the trays of finger food flowing for a house packed with Scottsdale's finest.