Adorn Bar & Restaurant welcomes the fall season with a new menu, Speakeasy and more

The Mile High Cocktail Club / New Speakeasy

  • The Mile High Cocktail Club is Adorn Bar & Restaurant’s elusive cocktail destination. The paid experience begins in the “Pre-Departure Lounge,” reminiscent of mid-1960s Pan-Am, before walking through a classic London phone booth to the Cocktail Club. Bespoke beverages inspired by global destinations are served at the table amid caviar service, upscale a la carte bites, decor and views of Chicago’s famous architecture. The Cocktail Club opens Nov. 4 with tickets for the 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. seats available through tack soon.

Fall Menu Highlights

  • The new fall menu celebrates Midwestern ingredients with techniques and flavors inspired from around the world, and features hot dishes for the cold season. Some of the menu items include:
    • Brunch: Japanese Breakfast (miso-glazed king ora salmon, dashi-poached egg, white rice, miso soup), Brioche French Toast (with vanilla bean whipped cream, mixed berries and mint), Double Egg Shakshuka (with roasted eggplant and squash, homemade pita bread, PQB seed cracker)
    • Having dinner: Blue crab bisque (celeriac, ras el hanout, candied lemon, kataifi), Smoked beef tartare (Calabrian pepper, aged parmesan, shoyu hollandaise, milk bread), Crispy snapper with coconut (bomba rice, crispy artichoke, Jerusalem artichoke nage), Iberian Pork ‘Secreto(fire-roasted carrots, red mojo, chimichurri), Lion’s Mane mushrooms (mustard greens, bbq sauce tamarind salsify, sesame, wafu)

Living in the living room

  • Live in the Lounge (a partnership with BELLOSOUND) is the live music residence of the Four Seasons, featuring carefully curated music that reflects the diversity of Chicago’s music scene. Guests can catch live performances by local artists in genres such as jazz, blues, house and more while sipping craft cocktails or dining at Adorn Thursday-Saturday 6:00-10:00 p.m. and Sunday 10:30 a.m. at 1:00 p.m. :30h See calendar HERE.

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