photo credit: Lauren Breedlove
Inside the Adelphi Hotel, Morrissey’s Lounge & Bistro does cocktails and a full food menu in a swanky setting with leather seats and framed vintage photographs without feeling stuffy. Which all seems pretty standard for a hotel restaurant. What isn’t at all standard is the entire menu of fresh sushi, which is absolutely the thing to order. Everything is fantastic, especially the Adelphi Maki roll with crispy spicy tuna, cucumber, and avocado topped with both spicy and wasabi mayos and tempura flakes. You should probably make a reservation, though you’ll have luck during off-peak times later in the afternoon before the dinner rush, or Monday nights when there’s live music. Or, come for the very good brunch, with dishes like maple-glazed bacon, lobster dumplings, and steak frites.
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