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92% love it
Cutest, friendliest, and most all-around bad-ass bartenders in Williamsburg?
Trucker hats might be out but hipsters are definitely here to stay If you wanna snag an EMO boy you should to take the L-Train to Lorimer and talk indy music with boys who will surely know more than you.


    • cyxo
      cyxo Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Arrogant and nasty local !
      Local guys are very unfriendly!

    • nicolas.dorval
      nicolas.dorval Over a year ago
      Loves it

      My favorite bar when I go to NYC
      I'm from Montreal and it's exactly the kind of bar that are popular here and even better. I had so much fun and the music was perfect.

    • Gothic1960AD
      Gothic1960AD Over a year ago
      Loves it

      About the bar
      I have never been to this bar,I work in Williamsburg and I am thinking of going one time..Should I ??????

    • benfrombmore
      benfrombmore Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Friendly. Relaxing.
      Had a great time. The staff is friendly and the service is fine. Very nice patio. I would definitely go there again.

    • omgashlee
      omgashlee Over a year ago
      Hates it

      I go the there wednesday
      I oh okay ladies alot of guys there too but oh k

    • homo
      homo Over a year ago
      Hates it

      its boring and small..skip this...
      It's boring and small... Skip this place.

    • superboialiks
      superboialiks Over a year ago
      Loves it

      I wouldn't go out of my way...
      I like the space, kinda reminded me of home in Upstate... the staff was nice and pleasant. Prices were reasonable and there's plenty of room to hang out. Might be more fun with a friend or two.

    • deke52
      deke52 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Worth it
      Unlike the previous reviewer, I had a wonderful time here. Barstaff was friendly, inviting, and the customers were relaxed, informal, and I found myself welcomed as if a regular. Good juke box, and games were non-stop at the pool table. Couple of guys were even on their laptops, online. If you're in Brooklyn, near Williamsburg, I'd give Metropolitan a shot.

    • biman
      biman Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Terrible metropolitan
      I even gave it a second chance. People were unfriendl-cliques or silent people. Why do people go to a bar if they will not talk-meet each other?