While most of the restaurants on Cleveland’s Coventry Road have a drop-in feel, Bodega is the street’s upscale nook where you’ll feel like you’ve left the neighboring sports bars far away. It features tapas, small plates, and entrees with a world fusion orientation — some Italian, some French, some American, a little hint of Asian. What sets it apart is its menu of Moroccan specialties: kabobs, tajine, couscous, and a Berber stew. While the entrees, which top out at $50 can make for a pricey meal, you can also drop in after an evening at the theater or Severance Hall for a snack or put together an affordable meal from the tapas menu. Or come in for a drink from its well-stocked bar, open until 2 am.