The Rebel House

News and Reviews


Wednesday, April 25, 2018

GAME 7 At The Rebel House!!!!!

Leafs Game

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Come watch the Leafs play off Game on our Big Screen T.V's!!!
Go Leafs Go

Play Offs

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Come watch the Raptors and Leafs on our big screen t.v's!

New Menus

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

New menus are here, come check them out as well as some new delicious dishes,
don't worry our tried and true dishes are still available!

New Website

Tuesday, March 06, 2018

New Rebel House Website Coming soon!
As well as New Menus!
Keep your eye out for them!!

Oscar Night

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Come in and Watch the Oscars on our Big Screen T.V
Vote for your favourite Movies and Actors

Fat Tuesday Mardi Gras Specials

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

$5.00 Pancakes
or $5.00 Fruity Hurricane Drink!!!

Olympics are Here!

Friday, February 09, 2018

Come Watch the Olympic Games on our New Big Screen TV!!

Super Bowl Specials February 4th

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

$6.00 drinks and Snacks
New Big Screen T.v

Andy Byford Mentions Rebel House

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Andy Byford’s move to New York will take him to another city where former TTC CGM David Gunn (1995 to 1999) presided over a system desperate for a major overhaul. Gunn ran the NYCTA from 1984 to 1990, and is renowned for what he accomplished, but it was only a start. Toronto is a city that admits its failings with difficulty, and that has hindered the TTC over many Boards and CEOs. In New York, everyone knows there are big problems because they affect everyone, every day. That’s an uphill battle for any manager and Byford’s 2018 will be much more challenging in his new home.

Before he goes, Andy (as everyone calls him) will no doubt be fêted in many watering holes around the city, not least of which will be his “local” The Rebel House. Exploration of Toronto microbreweries will be relegated to an occasional vacation treat should he return, and his NYC challenge will be to find a “football” bar up to his standards.

Byford leaves the TTC in better shape than he found it, but Toronto will be worse off for the break in transit leadership at this critical time.

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