Vegetarian Restaurant Grains Sprouts Up Within Former-Adams Avenue Grill Space In University Heights

March 28, 2017

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.