The Metropolitan Grill

820 Second Avenue SeattleWA98104
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by merchantcircle on May 02, 2019 from merchantcircle


Parking: Make use of the $7 valet every night after 5pm. For weekday lunches, validation is available for garages at Second and Cherry and the alley west of Second at Marion.
by ezlocal on May 02, 2012 from ezlocal
What to Drink: Linger after your meal. An exceptional list of fine liquors includes aged Scotch, American whiskeys and bourbons; the wine list includes a fine number of ports.
by ezlocal on May 02, 2012 from ezlocal

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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...
by gayot on March 19, 2016 from gayot
Food27 Decor25 Service26 Cost$71

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This “old-school” Downtown meatery is a “staple” with the “power-lunch” crowd for its “amazing...
by zagat on March 10, 2016 from zagat
This financial district watering hole, Seattle's oldest steakhouse, boasts a big, boisterous bar, old-school elegance, and a hefty meat menu to match. Prime, dry-aged, corn-fed beef is grilled over Mexican mesquite charcoal, ensuring… Read More
by ezlocal on January 22, 2014 from ezlocal
This favorite lunch spot of the white-collar crowd is not for timid eaters: custom-aged mesquite-broiled steaks—arguably the best in Seattle—are huge and come with baked potatoes or pasta. Even the veal chop is extra thick. Expertly prepared lamb, chicken, and seafood entrées are also on the menu. The Met's take on a steak house is either "classic" or a caricature, depending on how you take to...
by fodors on June 11, 2012 from fodors

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The moment you step inside Metropolitan Grill, you will know you have entered a classic steakhouse. Every cut is hand selected and custom dry-aged with our proprietary seasonings; ensuring the most tender and flavorful steak.
by foursquare on January 10, 2019 from foursquare