In Cheyenne, The Metropolitan’s neon sign an homage to building’s history

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Downtown Cheyenne, long a seesaw of forward momentum and stumbles backwards, is lighting up with some new neon (and looking downright sophisticated) as The Metropolitan Downtown nears completion.

“We want to see this corner shining bright,” said Metropolitan Marketing Manager Katy Rinne.

The corner of 17th Street and Carey Avenue is certainly about to become a hub of activity with the opening of the new restaurant and a new municipal courthouse across the street.

“Huge focus on food. Huge focus on atmosphere. Huge focus on service. And the art of all of those things. Neon for our sign tied into that. It’s a piece of art,” said Rinne.

The restaurant anticipates opening in late June.

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