Article Source: Metropolitan Cocktail Bar & Restaurant
First Published: 4 September 2020 10:10
Updated: 4 September 2020 10:18
The popular independent restaurant and creative cocktail bar has seen a huge surge in bookings since re-opening in mid-July and will be continuing the 50% off all food and non-alcoholic drinks all day, every Monday to Wednesday until the end of September.
Diners will be able to try the brand new All Day Dining menu for half price Monday to Wednesday, already proving a massive hit with customers.
The all new, All Day Dining menu features tantalising dishes such as King Prawn Linguine and pan-fried Gressingham duck breast as well as more casual dining options like a meatball sub and cobb salad, whilst the butternut squash curry and vegetarian burger are popular amongst their plant-based clientele.
Situated on Candleriggs and overlooking the bustling Merchant Square, the 200 cover Metropolitan has also launched a brand new cocktail menu, featuring a variety of creative cocktails, including the gin-based Barracuda and Tequila Rose Sling.
The popular bar boasts a wine list of luxury brands, such as Whispering Angel, Moët & Chandon and Laurent Perrier.
Metropolitan General Manager, Iain Reid said: “The demand for the Eat Out to Help Out scheme has been unprecedented throughout August and it’s been great to see it so busy again. We massively appreciate the support our customers have shown since re-opening and we’re delighted to be able to continue 50% off Monday to Wednesday as a small token of our appreciation.”
The extensive restaurant and bar, split over the courtyard area, inside bar, balcony and piano bar, is open 12pm ‘til 12am, seven days a week.
Bookings available via Metropolitan’s website or by calling 0141 553 1488.
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