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Metro Bar and Bistro

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(4 Reviews)

2561 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10306

(718) 668-9200

CLOSED NOW
Today: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Tomorrow: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
22
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Hours

Regular Hours

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Phone: (718) 987-1700

Payment method
all major credit cards
Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
New Dorp, East Shore
AKA

Bistro NY

Bistro Six Staten Island

Metro Bar & Bistro

Metro Bistro

Bistro

Categories
American Restaurants, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Caterers, Italian Restaurants, Mediterranean Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Cuisines: Mediterranean, Caterers, American, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Italian, European, Continental

Price Range : Average

Parking: Lot, Private

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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shortyrocks

01/26/2010

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Overall
Very rude place

I went to Bistro on Saturday night with my boyfriend and his family. He was clapping his hands becuase they was a performer on stage he by accient bumped into a guy (which he said sorry) the guy turns around instead he hitting my boyfriend he misses and hits my boyfriend's sister in the face. The bouncers draged us outside instead of the guy who hit my boyfriend's sister. The bouncers were so forceful they lefted markers on my body which i just was trying to clam everyone down. I hate that place.

Rocky161

04/25/2009

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Overall
HUGE DISAPOINTMENT

There was such a huge crowd of people that we were literally busting out the seams. The Bisto could not fit the patrons in the place that we were actually standing and socially in the parking lot. They even had chairs and tables in the parking lot. The drinks were worse than the old Pazzo's in Brooklyn. If you go there stick to beer, this way you know you will at least get your monies worth. The music the DJ played was all 70's and 80's music. Yes, it is nice but the continued to play it over and over again, was a bit much for anyone's stomach to handle. Mr. DJ invest some money into some more up to date music. Rihanna, Latin, Real Dance Music. Even though there is a mature crowd we do like to dance to some more update music. We thought for a moment that the dance floor was going to start dancing to the FREAK! We were there for one hour and 20 minutes and left the premises. The past DJ's were OK, but this DJ get 10 thumbs downs.

rgonza49

04/07/2007

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Overall
Nice Italian restaurant with good service & reasonable price's!

My family and I go to Bistro restaurant every Easter. Its a very pretty restaurant with very good service and food. Everyone is always friendly and eager to wait on you. The Easter menu consist's of a buffet with many of their delicious foods and desserts and the price range is always very reasonable. I've also ate there a couple of times for dinner and really enjoyed myself as well. I love the area its located in, as it's in the mist of various stores and shopping centers. Nothing can top a nice afternoon of shopping and a relaxing dinner at a nice Italian restaurant!

pookster215

02/05/2007

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Overall
Exceptionally Friendly, Very Good Food

Before the homemade bread and standard packages of butter, they served compimentary Bruschetta. Insanely good stuff! I almost forgot the olive oil dip that I'm used to in a classic Italian resturnat.

We ordered a couple of meals that seemed more classic french than classic italian, but they were divine. The decor was ugly and the scented candles used in the sconces where nausiating the air, but food more than made up for it.

Dessert was disspointing, NY style cheesecake tasted more like Philly creamcheese cake. But the creme brule was of the standards of the finest French resturants in Paris.

Service was so attentive, I was really impressed as resturants of this quality in the city would not come back to the table several times to assure that you are satisfied. Overall, on the menu look for ""Fenchie"" or more Continental dishes, not the classical Italian stuff. You wont be unhappy with the classical Italian dishes, but you will be blown away by the others.

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