The Metro Bar And Grill

Bar, Eatery, Beer-to-go

1174 Memorial Highway
Dallas, Pennsylvania, 18612
United States

(570) 674-3663 | map
themetrobarandgrill.com

Notes: $2 Drafts-Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
from 5-7 pm
PLACE STATS
Average:
4.11
Reviews:
2
Ratings:
0
pDev:
1.22%
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Reviewed by cooch69 from Pennsylvania

4.06/5  rDev -1.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.75 | food: 4
I went to this place a few months ago. The interior is pretty similar to what it was when it was Twin Stacks. The waitor was pretty nice and easy to talk to, even though there was hardly any people there at that time. Most of the customers were outside. I only ate a Supreme Nacho salad which was good though. No complaints. I ordered a Delirium Tremens on draft for only $6.00. They had around 12 to 15 draft's total including a Perry, plus another 60 to 80 bottles or so. Good place to try if your there.
Jul 07, 2011
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Reviewed by coalcracker from Pennsylvania

4.15/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4
Located at the former 'Twin Stacks' Natona Mills building, this bar and grill bears an 'industrial' theme with many remnants of that era still evidenced within. Nonetheless, the restaurant is very clean, cozy and well-appointed. It actually has 2 floors- the upper bearing the largest restaurant seating section and the bottom the bar and a smaller seating section. The bar itself is moderately sized with some pub tables just outside on the perimeter. On this Wednesday night, it was a fairly calm place. The bar appeared to be populated by a decidedly more 'professional' clientele (around 8pm). There was a fair amount of patrons within the restaurant section. No loud music. Two large televisions were showing NHL hockey behind the bar. The beer selection is quite extraordinary for the immediate area- they have rotating draft selections here, but Delirium Tremens, Chimay, Brooklyn, and Franziskaner are among the currents. The bottled list is more extensive with a good mix of imports and domestic craft. For macro fans, Coors, Miller, and Yuengling are available. The food menu has both pub fare and traditional 'knife and fork' selections. My selection- the honey-smoke turkey club was actually quite good and came out in a fairly timely manner. Service was good- the bartender wasn't extremely personable but knew to serve my draft selections in the proper 'un-chilled' glassware. Value was about as-expected for this area (Back Mountain), which is a growing suburb of the Wilkes-Barre-Scranton region.
Overall, this is an interesting beer bar- clean and cozy and a must-visit for beer lovers in the Back Mountain area.
Feb 14, 2009
The Metro Bar And Grill in Dallas, PA
Place rating: 4.11 out of 5 with 2 ratings