Searsucker Big Game Pig Roast

$85.00

Searsucker at Caesars Palace is the place for Big Game viewing action. Feast on new American classics done with a twist while tasting our creative specialty cocktails, all from the comforts of our dining room. Sponsored by Bud Light & Jack Daniel’s, The VIP Man Cave will include pre-set product on table, the all-you-can-eat and drink options and the pig roast. As well as a football pool and other game-day inspired games.

*$85 PER PERSON, ALL YOU CAN EAT SPECIALTY MENU

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Description

Searsucker is a place where you can hang out with your friends, eat great food, listen to great music, and stay for hours just having a great time. A place where you can come early and stay late, because that’s what it’s all about.

EVENT DETAILS:
EVENT: BIG GAME PIG ROAST (doors at 2:30pm)
VENUE: Searsucker Las Vegas
LOCATION: 3570 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV
DATE: SUNDAY FEBRUARY 05 2017
DOORS OPEN: 02:30 PM

All-You-Can-Eat Menu
—LOLLIPOP WINGS—
buffalo sauce / blue cheese fondue

—TOMATO & BURRATA—
basil / olive oil / balsamic

—HUMMUS & TOASTED PITA—
chickpea / garlic / sesame

—TUNA POKE & SHAVED TARO ROOT*—
radish / sriracha / cilantro

—KALE & ROMAINE CAESAR*—
focaccia/ parmesan / lemon

—COBB SALAD—
bacon / avocado / blue / tomato

—SLIDER*—
bacon / cheddar / chipotle / crispy onion

—DUCK FAT FRIES—

—PASTOR STREET TACOS—
Shaved to order

All-You-Can-Drink (Optional Upgrade)
Drinks include:
Jack Daniels Old #7, Jack Daniels Fire, Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey, Skyy Vodka, El Jimador Tequila, Seagrams Gin, Bacardi Light Rum, Draft Beer, Bottled Beer, House Red, White, and Sparkling Wines.

All sales are final and non-transferable. Management reserves all rights.

Disclaimers:
Chef Taco Bar & Pig Roast Available until product runs out.
All-You-Can-Eat ends at the end of the third quarter. One item per person can be ordered at a time. Limited to items on the All-You-Can-Eat Menu.

*Thoroughly cooking foods of animal origin such as beef, eggs, fish, lamb, milk poultry, or shellfish reduces the risk of food borne illness. Individuals with certain health conditions may be at higher risk if these foods are consumed raw or undercooked.