From Our Editors
The juicy burgers are made of real Angus beef and the creamy seafood chowder follows the recipe of owner Brad Hartlin's grandmother, but the main menu attraction at Bubba Ray's Sports Bar might just be the wings. Routinely lauded as the city's best by reporters from The Coast, the plump wings are served breaded, boneless, or spicy with a choice of more than 60 sauces and 10 dry rubs. One of the sauce selections—the legendary Death sauce—is so spicy that the restaurant requires diners to sign a waiver or thumb-wrestle the toughest busboy before sampling it.
Diners share baskets of wings and pitchers of draft beers out in the expansive dining room, where colourful sports jerseys dangle from the ceiling. Others engage in games of hockey foosball, pausing occasionally to steal glances at the sports playing on the bar’s 70 flat-screen TVs.