COVID-19 Updates

March 24, 2020
(Updated April 2)

We have made the difficult decision to temporarily close the following locations:

– Inverness-Birmingham, AL
– Huntsville-Airport, AL
– Tuscaloosa, AL
– Concord Pike, DE
– Middletown, DE
– Bonita Springs, FL
– Cape Coral, FL
– Daytona Beach, FL
– Melbourne, FL
– Orlando-University, FL
– Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
– Stuart, FL
– Columbus, GA
– Pooler, GA
– Indy-82nd Street, Indianapolis, IN
– Mishawaka, Granger, IN
– St. Vincent’s-86th Street, Indianapolis, IN
– Tulsa Hills, OK
– Mechanicsburg, PA
– Aiken, SC
– Gallatin Pike, TN
– Short Pump, Richmond, VA

We look forward to bringing the bold flavors of Metro Diner back to the impacted communities soon! Thank you to all our loyal guests who have supported us during these unprecedented times – your words of encouragement and love for our diner have not gone unnoticed.

If you would like to support the Metro Diner family, please consider purchasing a gift card for your future-self or for COVID-19 frontline responders.

We appreciate each and every one of you and look forward to serving you again.

 

March 20, 2020

As of this evening, almost all of our locations have closed their dining room service. We are still open for pick-up and delivery.  View the latest update on your favorite location and feel free to call and check their open status should you have any questions.

Note: We are aware many of our locations have been marked as “Temporarily Closed” on Google. This is incorrect and we are working on getting the issue resolved.

Thank you! Hope to see you again soon.

 

 

March 17, 2020

In these challenging times surrounding COVID-19, our focus continues to be the health and safety of our community and Metro Diner family, friends, and team members. As the nation navigates the evolving impact of COVID-19, we have made some operational changes to better serve our guests and team:

– All diners have implemented temporary hours, closing no later than 8pm.
– All diners continue to fulfill delivery orders through Doordash and UberEats.
– All diners continue to fulfill call-in and online pick up orders. Find your location here
– Select diners are actively practicing social distancing, limiting occupancy in accordance with local government requirements
– Select diners have closed their dining room in accordance with local government requirements, but continue to fulfill pickup and delivery orders.

To stay up-to-date on your local Metro Diner status, please visit their locations page. Stay strong, Metro Diner family, we’ll get through this together!

 

 

March 13, 2020 – Important Message from the Co-Chairman of Metro Diner

At Metro Diner we care greatly about our valued guests and team members. We deeply appreciate the trust you place when you choose Metro Diner to share a meal with family and friends. In this current environment involving the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are taking additional steps to ensure that your choice of Metro Diner is a safe choice and that our focus is right where it should be…on your health and safety.

At the core of our culture, we have a commitment to serve our guests with the highest standards of excellence. The team members at your local Metro Diner are taking action to heighten the cleaning and sanitation procedures throughout the diner to ensure your comfort and safety. Via our new internal company communication capabilities, we are taking steps to communicate in real time with all team members ensuring they remain vigilant, attentive and meet the recommendations from CDC, WHO, and local health agencies.

Whether you choose to visit us at your favorite location or opt to use UberEats or DoorDash at home, you can always enjoy the bold flavors of Metro Diner.

Your continued trust and patronage in Metro Diner is appreciated.

Hugh Connerty Jr.
Co-Chairman