Dallas, TX 75202
- Daily 11am-2am
Dallas Observer's Description
The Chesterfield, located downtown, is a tiny, narrow space, darkly lit and plushly furnished, with a feel and tone from a long-lost era. But itâs not the barâs atmosphere that brings people through the doors. Itâs Eddy âLuckyâ Campbell and his team of bartenders. The attention to detail paid to each cocktail, including hand-chipped ice, and careful balance gives each drink a personality of its own. Food is competent at times, brilliant others, and occasionally misses the mark, but you came for the booze anyway. When a competent bartender blends fine spirits with passion, skill and balance, the tapestry of flavors to be experienced is as infinite as it is inspiring.
Tips from foursquare
Luxury is the name of the game at this classically swanky hotel, and one of their sumptuous suites is the only way to experience it.
Sandwiches. Great breakfast and lunch spot on the second level at the Adolphus Hotel. Right outside they do a British High Tea. When head concierge here, I roomed the Queen of England at this hotel.
an awesome historic hotel, check out the "Old-World Magnificence Of This Downtown Dallas Hotel." BONUS--our room had a bidet (ladies, you MUST try this) so i was very satisfied ;)
The New York Times described the Adolphus' restaurant, The French Room, as “a Louis XV fantasy on the prairie... indisputably the most striking and sumptuous restaurant in Dallas.”
Best duck I have ever had in the French Room. Most of the waitstaff has worked there 20 years. Probably because they get to eat the duck.
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