Located in a seaside village of Plymouth, Massachusetts,
"Manomet". METRO'S Cafe, opened October 10th
2002 and serves both visitors and locals year round.
METRO's Cafe serves Breakfast (ALL DAY) and Lunch daily
until 2pm. We also offer our Full Menu for Take Out.
Full Catering Services are also available.
Cindi Metro longed to open a bakery in the area when
she came across a vacant restaurant, plans changed.
Cindi, who has baked for many restaurants in the area,
enlisted her sister, Dianne, who has had many years
in the catering business and opened METRO's Cafe. Making
items from scratch, including
pancake batter, corned beef hash and delicious homemade
desserts along with hiring the most experienced and
friendly wait staff has led to METRO's Cafe success.
Although Metro's Cafe does not accept Credit Cards,
a ATM is located across the street.
About Our Location
Manomet is named for the Manomet Native American sub-group
of the Wampanoag whose settlement was located atop the
dominant hill in the region when European settlers arrived
in Plymouth in 1620. Today, Manomet is known for its
Independence Day celebrations, which actually takes
place one day early, on the 3rd of July. The celebrations
usually consist of private bonfires, fireworks, and
typically a family oriented crowd. Manomet's July 3
celebration of Independence Day extends back to the
1800s, when residents burned scrap and driftwood on
the beach. Tradition dictates that these bonfires be
extinguished by the rising tide, so depending on the
moon, the festivities may extend well into the night,
or end relatively early.