With a name like Wingporium and a motto “Wings done right!” this is a place where people go to watch the game, enjoy a cold one and munch on wonderfully prepared chicken wings. There are six Wingporium locations across the GTA, and here we take a closer look at their Mississauga, Port Credit location, at 170 Lakeshore Road East in Mississauga, Ontario.
The bar is located on the corner unit in a strip plaza, with plenty of parking nearby for both cars and bikes. It is wheelchair accessible, has free Wi-Fi and plenty of TVs, considering it is a sports bar after all. There is a full bar, plenty of beer options and a nice menu that goes well with the atmosphere of the place. This bar can accommodate large groups, is welcoming to kids and allows dogs. There is a nice patio that is very enjoyable during warm weather. Also, you can order wings to go and have them delivered via the DoorDash app.
The Wingporium is opened seven days a week from noon to midnight and on Friday and Saturday, they even stay open until 1 AM. The menu is very sports bar/pub fare, and there are daily specials, with special promos from 4 PM to 7 PM.
This place has been reviewed online on Yelp, Trip Advisor, Google Reviews and Facebook, and from these, I bring you the most common pros and cons.
- Excellent wing option
- Daily specials and promotions
- Freshly prepared food
- Good drinks options
- Pleasant atmosphere
- Notes on high prices
- Notes on occasionally slow service
The Wingporium Mississauga location was opened in 2013 and it has become one of the top places to watch sports in this town. The interior is very nicely done, with soft cream-colored walls, dark wood wainscoting, white patterned tile ceilings, and hardwood floors. There are wooden tables and chairs, brown leather seating booths and high tables and chairs.
The bar is wooden, displaying all the drink options, and having plenty of seats. The décor is sports bar-like, with frames jerseys, posters and lots of TVs displaying every kind of sporting event in the world. The patio has comfortable rattan furniture and large blue umbrellas.
The menu is very nice and has appetizers like pickle spears, jalapeno poppers, nachos, garlic bread, coconut shrimp, quesadilla and more. There is a ribs & wings section with ribs or wings (or a combo) served with a selection of 88 different sauces.
Salads, wedge plates, pub grub like pulled pork sandwiches, fish & chips or chicken fingers and coffee and dessert sections finish the menu. The drink section has a good selection of beers, wines, and spirits.
The Wingporium sports bar has a weekly offer: Monday is All-You-Can-Eat Wings, Tuesday is wing night, Wednesday is pound & a half wings, Thirsty Thursday is pint & a pound, Freaky Friday with domestic beers on discount, Saturday is Jameson shots on discount and Sunday is NFL with pitcher & wings.