Any CH'ers dined at Searsucker? I'm thinking about taking my parents on Saturday night.
Went there about 3 or 4 weeks ago, on a weekend night. It's a cool-looking place and the service was stellar...very efficient and friendly. The food was just a bit hit and miss, but mostly hit. I had the scallops, and they were probably the best-cooked scallops I've ever had, but the duck dish wasn't nearly as successful. I would also recommend the tuna poke starter. Overall, I'm anxious to go back again. From what I could tell when leaving, it seems to become a bit of a "scene" as the evening wears on.
Haven't been there, but I have looked at the online menu several times and each time got stuck on "blacken salmon" . . . er, this sounds like a command rather than a description. Can't a corporate restaurant afford a proofreader ?