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Posted by dee on 11/21/2012
overprice. the quality not the greatest nowhere near. appetizers are poor other than the amount of quacomole you get...felt rushed
Posted by Elizabeth on 03/21/2009
I have tried this place a few times and always enjoy it. It's a little pricey given that there are so many wonderful mexican restaurants that are very affordable. Fun atmosphere, sometimes the staff is a bit lost in chaos.
Posted by sf7307 on 10/04/2007
We went to Adobo because (of course) we were going to Second City which is next door (or practically next door, don't remember). We liked it very much. The margaritas were very good (not better than elsewhere, but very good). The service (particularly the busboy, who should be running his own restaurant!) was great (attentive but not intrusive). We didn't have the famous guac because one of two of us doesn't like guac. The appetizers (shared a soup and another) were very tasty and the main courses were excellent. The pork tenderloin was cooked to perfection is a nice mole sauce. I didn't think it was overpriced at all -- it's not inexpensive, but it is not your typical Mexican restaurant either. This isn't the place for tacos and enchiladas. We spent about $100 for two for 2 margaritas, 2 appetizers, 2 entrees, 1 dessert and 1 coffee.
Posted by me on 04/23/2007
I go to Adobo Grill for the margaritas and guacamole - and nothing else. The margaritas are some of the best I've ever had, the guac is delicious (and made tableside to your taste preference). The entrees are really overpriced, "fancy" Mexican food - don't go there expecting to order tacos, fajitas, burritos, etc. We pretty much never go to Adobo for dinner - but for the guac and margaritas, I'll make a special trip. Atmosphere is good, place gets very crowded.