Metro Diner has grown from a small family operation into an empire of more than 65 restaurants
It’s known for contemporary culinary techniques, unique recipes, imaginative twists on old classics and making food from scratch. It was featured on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” and its meatloaf and fried chicken have received “best” mentions and awards from dozens of publications. It’s Metro Diner – and it’s taking America by storm.
What once was a family of three diners has grown into a mushrooming empire of more than 65 restaurants in a period of slightly more than four years. The first diner opened in 1938 and was revived as Metro Diner in 1992 – quickly becoming a favorite place for breakfast in Jacksonville, Fla.
Article by Kay Zeman