Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Port Colborne, Ontario, Canada. Port Colborne (2016 population 18,306) is a city on Lake Erie, at the southern end of the Welland Canal, in the Niagara Region of southern Ontario, Canada. The original settlement, known as Gravelly Bay, dates from 1832 and was renamed after Sir John Colborne, a British war hero and the Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada at the time of the opening of the (new) southern terminus of the First Welland Canal in 1833.
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4 based on 39 reviews
I met a friend I grew up with and his parents for breakfast before we both left Port Colborne again. They recommend the Breakfast Barn in the Old Dukes Hotel. When I arrived at 8:40am the restaurant was full. There were no tables available. After about 15 minutes a booth opened up. I asked the server if I could take the table and she said I could. She said she would be over to remove the dishes. It took about ten minutes for her to clear the dishes. It was then that I realized she was the only server in the restaurant which was full. My friend and his parents arrived. Within a few minutes the server came by and took our drink order. We all asked for coffee and my friend also ordered a water. The coffees were delivered but not the water. The server then took our orders. It took a while to get our food but it was quite busy. When the food was brought out another employee helped our server bring out the orders. I had ordered the peameal bacon. Everything was cooked perfectly. The home fries were real potatoes done on the grill. They were just how I like them. I really enjoyed my breakfast. The coffee was good as well. It was my first time at The Breakfast Barn. I will definitely be back the next time I am in Port. There is a lot of parking available.
Welcome to the historic Port Colborne Country Club, located in beautiful Port Colborne, Ontario and only a short distance from Lake Erie. Our Club is proudly open to the public. Enjoy a comfortable country club experience, with fantastic food, views, and
What a great find here. The clubhouse is spacious, clean and very inviting. We went on a Sunday for the advertised Sunday brunch and were very very pleased. The food selection was superb, fresh cut up fruit, waffles, pancakes,baked beans, egg frittata, bacon, sausage, carved ham and an omelette station, as well as croissants, danish,toast and cookies.Our server-Brad- was super attentive and very personable and friendly. He checked on us regularly and always had a carafe of coffee -both decaf and reg- with him. We have found our newest place to go for a super Sunday buffet.Checked the menu, the lunch and dinner options as well as the daily specials seem very good and reasonably priced.We will definitely be back.A GEM in Wainfleet!
3 based on 133 reviews
Located at sugarloaf marina. Opened may 2012
horrbile. absolutely rhe worst service I've ever experienced. 30 minutes before our server acknowledged us, another 20 after that for drinks. then we helped ourselves to menus since she didnt bring any...and the ladies room had no toilet paper. the 'fresh perch' was frozen and not what youâd expect from a restaurant on lake Erie. so disappointed that we came in expecting mediochroty and were still disappointed.
Service is often a little slow but unless you want to hit McDonald's this is one of the only other fast food places in town. It's decent but I usually choose to go elsewhere.
Family friendly atmosphere with home style cooking featuring, homemade burgers,vegetarian options and jumbo wings. Ample seating both indoors as well as on our over sized patio.
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