Metropolitan Grill Restaurant Review:
Dim lighting, dark wood finishes, and big comfortable booths contribute to the Metropolitan Grill's clubby, old-fashioned setting where a wide range of Prime dry-aged steaks are the focus. If you must order something other than meat, the grilled catch-of-the-day is usually reliable. Noel Doty offers knowledgeable advice on wine pairings from a Northwest-centric wine list. Desserts presented...
Food27 Decor25 Service26 Cost$71
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