Metro Diner opens fourth Virginia location in Suffolk
Metro Diner has opened a restaurant in Suffolk, its fourth location in Virginia. The 3,800-square-foot diner at 2051 Sun Harbour Ave. can seat more than 100 people.
The diner serves breakfast all day, lunch and dinner.
“We are excited to be opening a new location in Suffolk,” said Brad Tanner, managing partner of Suffolk Metro Diner, said in a statement. “Suffolk is a fast-growing community with an appreciation for good, classic diner food …”
Before opening on March 27, the diner held two pre-opening friends and family nights to benefit the Bennett’s Creek Sertoma and Navy League, raising nearly $4,000 and $3,000.
Started in 1992 in Jacksonville, Metro Diner has since opened locations in 11 states: Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
The company has two locations in the greater Richmond area, at Libbie Place in Richmond and Short Pump in Henrico County and one in Fredericksburg.