What a great couple of weeks filled with winning, all thanks to Metro Diner in Tuscaloosa. During the Monday through Friday 5 o’clock All Request Hour on 92.9 WTUG, I could get listeners their favorite song and a $50 Metro Diner Gift Card. Talk about “winning season.”

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I want to send our Tuscaloosa Metro Diner in the Midtown Village a BIG ... THANK YOU for connecting with my show! The 92.9 WTUG listeners were super excited to win a Metro Diner $50 gift card. Honestly, I was thrilled to hook them up too.

 

 

Every meal I’ve had at Metro Diner has been really good. They even have new featured items like the burrito press and sticky chicken & waffle. It all sounds incredible.

Metro Diner describes the Italian Meat Lover’s Burrito press as a “pressed breakfast burrito stuffed w/ egg, bacon, ham, sausage, mozzarella cheese & string potatoes, served w/ marinara sauce & choice of side.” The Southwest Burrito press is “stuffed with egg, cheddar cheese, string potatoes, black beans, peppers, onions, tomato, corn & jalapenos, served w/ salsa, sour cream.” The Sticky Chicken & Waffle is their famous fried chicken “drenched in sticky chicken sauce & a savory waffle topped w/ seasoned butter, served w/ our sweet & spicy syrup.”

I know you are hungry now. Let’s add on to the great dishes list. Here are my favorite Metro Diner Meals:

Cinnamon Roll Pancakes

Sticky Chicken & Waffle

Big Mike’s BLT

Spicy Honey Chicken Sandwich

Charleston Shrimp and Grits

Pot Roast

Iron City Meatloaf

Thanks once again to Metro Diner for getting 92.9 WTUG listeners hooked up with Metro Diner gift cards. That was super sweet.

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