The Reeb HouseAddress: Hwy 3-E - Port Colborne
Parking: In Front and Along Side
Intersection: Highway 3 & White Rd.
Last Reviewed: October 24th, 2013
Wingage Score: 93%
|BHON - Oct 2013
|BHON - Aug 2011
|BHON - Oct 2008
Overall - Oct 2013:
A chilly October night and a scheduling mix-up almost prevented this trip to Port Colborne from happening. Fortunately we were able to salvage the night and enjoyed a batch of the biggest, tastiest and cheapest wings we’ve experienced in ages. The only thing holding them back from a spot in the top echelon of BHON status is the lack of Guinness on tap. We also got a chance to drive through the famous Welland Roundabout at the 406 and East-Main tunnel. However, in true Welland style, the roundabout was HALF-CLOSED and we had to take a detour to get around it. Also made for a near miss as Mike B almost smoked a construction worker who jumped out in front of us waving his stop-sign as we entered the circle heading east. Dumbass! Derpity-derp bros construction indeed! That ain’t no roundabout, that’s just a fuckaround!
Anyhow, back to the Reeb House....a nice quiet night for a change. No band. No crowd. No sporting events going on. No bullshit. Just huge, tasty, cheap wings! Enough to warrant a bump in score into the 90’s! Nuff said.
WB! - August 25, 2011:
Recently rebuilt, and better than ever! Like a phoenix rising from the ashes! A pleasure to move The Reeb house to "The Good" from "The Ugly". Good wings as before, but a huge improvement in the interior.
RIP - Dec 11, 2009:
Reeb House Tavern destroyed by fire in the early morning hours of Dec 11, 2009.
Guess we won’t be back afterall....
Overall - Oct 2008:
What a night of suprises! Who woulda thought we’d find such great wings all the way out in the middle of nowhere? Located on Highway 3, on the eastern outskirts of Port Colborne, this little roadhouse style bar supplied us with some suprisingly good wings. Rickards Red on tap, along with 40 cent wings on thursday nights combined to make this one of the first $20 per person outings in a good long time.
Beer: The usual domestic brands on tap, along with our old standby - Rickard’s Red. No Guinness though, but that was pretty much expected.
Wings: Big, hot and saucy, with textbook buffalo style sauce. We were also impressed at the 40 cent price, which was a real bargain for wings of this size.
Overall a decent night out and above average wings. High points awarded for value, and they could certainly crack the 90 percentile range if they can keep up with consistency. We’ll be back!