Adega Restaurant Cleveland Review – Metropolitan at the 9

The hub for all the trendy diners. Located in the famous Metropolitan at the 9, Adega is the high-end space that will be sure to liven up your typical brunch spot.

Complete with everything you need for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.

Many of the visitors are those who stay and live at the 9, but a lot of he clientele are those who need a quick bit before work or are just stopping through downtown. Adega is only about a five minute walk from a lot of Cleveland hotspots including Progressive Field, Quicken Loans Arena, Tower City Center and more.

Breakfast favorites include the “Cle Frittata” (maple-smoked bacon, local sausage, scallions, aged cheddar and romesco) for $15 and the “Chorizo Benedict” (picante gravy, ciabatta, poached egg, arugula and citrus evoo) for $14. Other favorites include the classics like the “Buttermilk Pancakes” which can be served one of two ways: berry garnish, powdered sugar maple syrup or local honey ricotta, lemon curd, blackberry and toasted coconut marcona almonds for $13.

The highlight of the menu is definitely the brunch menu. Fan-favorites include, the “Jumbo Lump Crab Benedict” (lump crab, avocado, kumato, baby spinach, poached egg, sauce maltaise parmesan polenta cake) for $16 and the “Madame Americana” (maple-smoked bacon, kumato, avocado, arugula, mornay, block cheese sunny egg) for $14. But the real standout and why people claim Adega is the best place for brunch is thanks to their “Bottomless Brunch.” For $28, you get a full entree and bottomless mimosas, bloody Mary’s or Miller Lites. It is a more limited menu, but they still cover everything from eggs to burgers.

In case you can’t make brunch and find yourself in the area around lunch or dinner, no need to fear! Adega still offers a great selection! Lunch full entrees range from $26 to $42, making it a great place for celebrations and special events. People love the “Skuna Salmon” (herb salad, fregula, greek olives, tomato, fennel and citrus) and the “Local Farm Chicken” (lemon, garlic, rosemary, fennel, roasted wild mushroom and parmesan polenta) both of which come in at $29.

Dinner has a large menu as well, it has amazing pastas like the “Italian Bolognese” (italian sausage, tomato, garlic, basil, oregano, shaved fennel, rigatoni and parmesan) for $26 and great seafood like the “Caldeirada Do Mar” (spanish chorizo, scallop, mussels, patatas bravas, garlic, shallot, white wine reduction) for $32. The complete dinner menu prices range from $7 to $47.

Adega is open for breakfast Monday through Friday 6:30 am to 10:30 am and brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday from 7 am to 4 pm. Lunch is available Monday through Friday 11 am to 5 pm and Dinner is available Monday through Thursday 5 pm to 10 pm and 5 pm to 11 pm on Friday and Saturday.

Stop in at the downtown location at 2017 E 9th St. Cleveland, OH 44115. Contact the restaurant via phone at: (216) 331-6289.

Adega Cleveland Review
5 (100%) 6 votes
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Mike & Abby Sweeney are our resident foodies. Their thought process on food is "to give everything a chance." Matt loves craft beers, Italian food, and any play on bar bites. Abby is into wine, cheese, and anything Asian. Together they form a dynamic duo eager to weigh in on any new restaurant!

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Mike & Abby Sweeney are our resident foodies. Their thought process on food is "to give everything a chance." Matt loves craft beers, Italian food, and any play on bar bites. Abby is into wine, cheese, and anything Asian. Together they form a dynamic duo eager to weigh in on any new restaurant!

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