Cool historic building converted from a bank into a restaurant. Caesar salad was delicious and porkchop sandwich is a local favorite.
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We stopped here for dinner based on a recommendation we received from a local. Our meal was mediocre at best. My buffalo chicken sandwich was uninspired but at least it was edible. Unfortunately the pale ale I ordered with it was very unpleasant. I left...More
It was cool how they converted this old bank into a bar. There are plenty of TVs to watch the games on. The food was average and nothing really to write home about. I had a pork chop sandwich which was just a fired pork...More
Walking into the Metals Sports Bar is like taking a trip back in time to when banks were huge, solid buildings with marble walls and floors and high ceilings. Places where you just knew your money was safe. Metals is now a restaurant, but all...More
My wife and I have often frequented Metals, and for a time, it was a favorite place. But several other sports bars have opened up around town, and we fell out of routine in visiting. So, when we were invited to return for a business...More
The food was very good. We both has salads and they were very large. Drinks were reasonable priced. Lunch was $30 for 2 with drinks. Building is an old bank, lots of marble, so very interesting if you like old buildings.
This old bank building turned sports bar has a decent drink selection and has a table in the bank vault. The vault is a lot of fun for a unique dining spot. The food is average but you can imagine how the bank looked in...More