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Metric Bar

$$ •American, Bar & Grill

39 Cannon St, Bridgeport
(203) 576-6903


Take-Out/Delivery Options





takes reservations

accepts credit cards

classy, casual

moderate noise

offers catering

good for groups

good for kids

good for dinner

good for dancing

street parking

free wi-fi

background music

happy hour specials

full bar

smoking outside only


grilled filet mignon

hip hop

fancy friday

corn chowder


pecan pie

salad nicoise


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Tuesday12PM - 1AM
Wednesday12PM - 1AM
Thursday12PM - 1AM
Friday12PM - 2AM
Saturday12PM - 2AM
Sunday2PM - 1AM

Hours or services may differ due to COVID-19. Please contact the business directly to verify hours and availability.


Metric Bar & Grill

If you're craving some American food in Bridgeport, then you've come to the right place! Metric Bar & Grill is known for being an outstanding American restaurant. They offer multiple other cuisines including Caribbean, Pizza, Barbecue, Latin American, and Asian.

Interested in how much it may cost per person to eat at Metric Bar & Grill? The price per item at Metric Bar & Grill ranges from $5.00 to $25.00 per item.

In comparison to other American restaurants, Metric Bar & Grill is reasonably priced.

As an American restaurant, Metric Bar & Grill offers many common menu items you can find at other American restaurants, as well as some unique surprises. Here in Bridgeport, Metric Bar & Grill offers Le Paste Fresce, Matic Pizzas Crotons, Avant Dinne, Between The Slices, and Housemade Soup and more. When it comes to some of the best menu items available, you can choose from:

  • The Metric Big Bowl Special
  • Penne Pasta
  • Shrimp Grilled
  • Metric Oakwood Smoked Poulet
  • Maryland Crab And Corn Chowder

If you would like to investigate further on pricing around all menu items, has provided you with the complete Bridgeport Metric Bar & Grill menu.

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'We've been struggling:' Bridgeport's Metric restaurant faces uncertain pandemic future

While other city eateries forced to close in mid-March at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic were able to at least offer take-out and delivery and then, when permitted by the state, limited outdoor and indoor table service, Metric remained dark.

Desruisseaux hoped to re-open with a smaller menu soon, but his plans for outdoor dining hit a snag this week after the city said he had not gone through the proper procedures to do so. On top of that, his landlord has initiated eviction proceedings for four months of missed rent payments.

Tucked away on Cannon Street, Metric, with its Caribbean-influenced menu, has won good reviews over the years, but Desruisseaux said that was not enough when the already fragile downtown economy was shut down by the novel coronavirus.

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“The downtown area is really a dead area,” he said. “We tried to stay open for a day or two. We didn’t make no money at all.”

Desruisseaux said one reason he stayed closed was that he was diagnosed in March with what he called a mild case of the potentially fatal illness. Desruisseaux said he suffered a fever for about three days, but it shook him and his staff up.

“Everybody got scared. I got scared. It was the safest thing to do to stay away from the public,” he said.

Weeks after he had recovered, Metric remained closed even as dining establishments around Connecticut were allowed to provide outdoor seating May 20 as long as they instituted health precautions. Restricted indoor service returned June 17.

“We don’t have no patio,” Desruisseaux said.

But recently, after seeing other restaurants finding creative ways — either with landlords or the help of the city — to locate tables and chairs in parking lots, or on sidewalks and other public spaces, Desruisseaux approached Bridgeport about closing Cannon Street.

As of this week Desruisseaux thought the street closure was a done deal and Metric could resume business. But Rowena White, Mayor Joe Ganim’s communications director, said that was not the case.

She confirmed there were conversations about Metric using Cannon Street but it was never finalized. And, she said, Desruisseaux had yet to apply for the expedited outdoor dining permit the Ganim administration established in mid-May to help eateries safely re-open during the pandemic.

“The good news is people want to do what they can to help,” White said. “The city’s on board.”

Whether it will be in time to prevent Desruisseaux’s eviction remains to be seen. According to court records, his landlord — Shore Winds of Madison — in July filed a court case over Metric after Desruisseaux missed his $1,950 rent payment for April “and has made no subsequent payments to date.”

Then on Wednesday Shore Winds filed a “motion to default for failure to appear and judgment for possession” asking a court to rule in the landlord’s favor.

While Connecticut has issued a moratorium on commencing residential eviction proceedings, which was just extended to Oct. 1, there is no such bar on commencing a commercial eviction proceeding during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Shore Winds and its attorney declined comment. And Desruisseaux had little to say about the situation, other than he unsuccessfully sought to apply for some financial aid.

“I believe in what the Lord will decide,” he said. But, he added, “We don’t want anymore businesses closing in downtown Bridgeport.”

State Sen. Marilyn Moore knows Desruisseaux and held a fundraiser at Metric last year for her unsuccessful mayoral campaign.

She thought City Hall could do a better job communicating with businesses about operating during the pandemic. But she said Desruisseaux should also call on his customers and friends.

“There’s a huge Haitian community here ... that would come out and want to support him because he’s given so much back to others,” Moore said. “He could have called me. He’s probably trying to get this all done by himself.”

If and when Metric re-opens, Moore pledged, “I will come outside and eat. I will bring people”

John Mihalec of Fairfield befriended Desruisseaux after dining at Metric several years ago.

“We love the grilled red snapper and all the Caribbean specialties,” Mihalec said. “And all of my friends who, by and large, live in Fairfield and Westport love the food he does. ... He really is a sweet, easy-going, committed citizen.”

Mihalec has been helping Desruisseaux to re-open and hoped Metric will survive the latest challenges.

“It’s important for him, personally,” Mihalec said.

And Steven Auerbach, a municipal employee and Democratic activist who dines frequently around Bridgeport, said he has enjoyed many meals at Metric. Auerbach was sad to learn of Desruisseaux’s business troubles.

“He’s a very nice guy. His food is wonderful. Honestly, everything he makes is delicious,” Auerbach said. “I’m sorry to hear what you’re telling me.”



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