Look no further than the Warehouse District for great restaurants in Austin. Not only will you find delicious eats, The District has all you need for a night out on the town with stylish bars and lively concert halls. Restaurants in Austin are known to be eclectic and Searsucker fits perfectly into the mix. It provides an experience for those looking for more out of their meal than just a great dinner.
Architect Thomas Schoos once again joined forces with Brian Malarkey to bring his award winning vision to the venue, overhauling and re-designing the 7,000 square-foot space – formerly Maria, Maria – to closely match its Searsucker predecessor in San Diego. It features an improvisation on the themes of vintage Americana and the American west, with the addition of some features that are uniquely appropriate to Austin’s environment.
Searsucker’s menu offers our signature New American Classic cuisine, handcrafted cocktails, craft beer and thoughtfully selected wines from around the world. We’re open for lunch, happy hour, dinner, and Sunday brunch.