Tuck into aubergine and smoked cheese, or some hearty grills in the cosy salon or on the flower-draped wooden balcony, and taste the decent local wines. Follow a creaking wooden staircase from the main street.
Founded by Evangelos Averoff-Tositsa to fulfil a long-held wish to crown his home town with a quality gallery, the Averoff exhibits the works of 19th- and 20th-century Greek painters and sculptors.
This wonderful family-run restaurant, just beneath the post office, cooks up hearty traditional dishes, from pites (pies) to traditional roast lamb and gida vrasti (goat soup).
Follow the bear sign for panoramic views over the Pindos Mountains, best enjoyed with coffee or thick Greek yoghurt drowned in honey and nuts.
The Tositsas mansion hosts Metsovo’s folk museum, recreating a typical wealthy 19th-century Metsovite household, with handcrafted furniture, artefacts and utensils. Guided tours run every half an hour.