Affectionately known as “The Reeber”, the Reeb House, located a few blocks from the beach, is a landmark tavern in the small community of Gasline. Rebuilt in its signature orange-hue after a fire destroyed the original 1876 roadhouse, Owner John Zarb, has re-created a sports-bar-meets-tavern-meets-pizza-joint with plenty of beers on tap, rock music and an arcade where cottagers, farmers and yuppies let the kids let loose.
Menu is pub-fare; pizza, wings, pastas, hamburgers, and perch and chips. Fried dill pickles are a fave. Popular weekend bands attract a party crowd that jams the bar; 30-something teachers who swoon over the front man of the rock band “No Class” and local horse-racers re-playing near-wins over a cold pint. Summer sees the patio and sand pits outside fill with volleyball tournaments and Sherkston campers acting civilized (or not).
Bands: Friday and Saturday 10 pm to 2 am.