The restaurant houses a large circular bar, lounge-style booths, and community tables which make it easy for groups large and small to enjoy the space for post-work drinks and bites, or a full meal. The all-day menu includes bar bites and larger entrees, an extensive list of cocktails with fresh ingredients and house-infused liquors, as well as wine, and craft beer.
|Main Bar at Adamus|
Photo: Silversmith Hotel
My friend Sarah and I stopped in on a Thursday night to sample some of the cocktails and bites (it ended up being one heck of a feast!). We started with some cocktails including the Cantaloupe Basil Refresher with basil, vodka, lime, and cantaloupe, and the Grapefruit Bliss, with aperol, house-infused grapefruit vodka, and fresh grapefruit.
|Cantaloupe Basil Refresher & Grapefruit Bliss|
Later in the evening we also tried the Green Tea Revenge with basil, house-infused jasmine green tea tequila (yum), and fresh grapefruit, as well as the Libertine with elderflower, ginger puree, green chartreuse, house-infused lime vodka, and fresh lime. The cocktails were very fresh and we appreciated the addition of house-infused liquors and fresh fruits and herbs.
|Green Tea Revenge & the Libertine|
|Broiled Wianno Oysters|
|Lobster, Pork, & Short RibCroquettes|
|Pork Belly, Crab Cake, & Brisket Sliders|
|Fried Housemade Pickles|
We tried the beef tenderloin with potato and creamed corn. It was perfectly cooked to our liking and the potato was also delish.
|Fennel Dusted Walleye Pike|
|Fromage Blanc Cheesecake|
|Warm Raspberry Chocolate Cake|
Note: my meal at Adamus was complimentary; however, the opinions expressed herein are my own.
(inside Silversmith Hotel)
10 S. Wabash Ave.
Chicago, IL 60603