Now in its "soft opening" phase at 2201 Adams Avenue in University Heights in the space that housed Adams Avenue Grill for more than 20 years is Grains, a farm-style vegetarian cafe and bar specializing in scratch-made pastas and Asian-inspired dishes.
Offering a barn house feel in the redesigned space that housed Adams Avenue Grill for over two decades until it closed last fall, Grains is currently testing out vegetarian & vegan dishes with a frequently changing menu centered around homemade pastas (including gluten-free quinoa) and Asian-style offering. Expect options like Buffalo cauliflower, salt & pepper calamari mushrooms, vegan Philly cheesesteak, Thai yellow curry quinoa pasta, drunken angel hair noodles, and vegan tom kah soup, as well as a list of craft beers on tap and wines by the glass or bottle.
Grains is currently open Sunday through Thursday from noon to 9pm and Friday & Saturday from 12-10pm. The Grand Opening will take place in mid-April. For more information, call 619.269.5999 and visit Grains on Facebook & Instagram.