1. A downtown restaurant, particularly one with a trendy or hip style to it.
- distinguishing marks
Most Metro-Grub places will turn in to a bar late at night, and tend to have a wide assortment of food. A sure fire way to know that you'reMetro-Grubbing is the interesting choice of furniture(Such as a couch in the middle of a restaurant) and the abundance of feta. If the waiter asks what kind of bread you want your sandwich on and then lists "Pita" "Wrap" and "Panini" as your choices, then there's a good chance you're at a Metro-Grub restaurant.
[ Origin: My coworker Marloue used the word once to describe Switch, a new downtown eatery. ]
1. I'm thinking something light today. Wanna Metro-Grub?