Craving Chicken and Waffles? Metro Diner Serves It All Day Long
Indulge in comfort food at Newark's newest eatery.
Courtesy of Lauren Eisele Walbert
Metro Diner recently made its debut as one of Newark’s few diner options. Located in the Omega Shopping Center, the 3,450-square-foot restaurant has comfort food galore—from fried chicken and waffles to Charleston-style shrimp and grits. It's known for large portions that rarely exceed $15.
The Davoli family opened the first Metro Diner in 1992 in Jacksonville, Fla. The chain is currently the United States' fastest-growing dining concept, boasting more than 30 restaurants nationwide.
Before its official opening in Newark, Metro Diner held a benefit for Exceptional Care for Children and raised $3,652.
The Metro Diner
4601 Ogletown-Stanton Road, Newark
273-0850 • metrodiner.com/locations/delaware/newark