Monday, October 20, 2014

Searsucker Austin

Searsucker Austin
This weekend was full of fabulous food, and Searsucker topped my list. Located in the warehouse district in downtown Austin, this is the perfect spot for a group looking to indulge in modern American cuisine and some yummy craft cocktails.

We dined on beef tartare atop thin, crispy potato chips, followed by snapper in romesco sauce, a fillet topped with lobster butter and leeks, and flat iron steak topped with chimi bernaise and arugula. The wine menu was small, but mighty, and a Bourdeaux blend recommended by our waiter was the perfect complement to hearty steaks.
Searsucker Chef Brian Malarkey
If you can't make it to Austin, chef Brian Malarkey has a few Searsucker restaurants in other cities, or you can try some of his recipes at home. I'm looking forward to test-driving some of his recipes for Thanksgiving this year.  Brussels sprouts with candied walnuts and "killer" butter potatoes sound like they'll be huge hits!

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