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George Webb is expanding to Port Washington and adding another Kenosha spot.

George Webb adds two new restaurants and a drive-thru window

The George Webb restaurant chain is making it even easier to get your diner food fix with the addition of two new franchise spots.

Webb's is setting up shop in Port Washington at the former Port House Restaurant, 1042 S. Spring St., and adding a second Kenosha location – the first to offer a drive-thru window – at 11800 Burlington Rd.

Both new locations will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The new Kenosha drive-thru window will also be open 24 hours.

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InTheView | Feb. 7, 2012 at 12:04 a.m. (report)

I remember going to webbs and everything tasted like year-old grease and stale smoke. Really, the only people who went to webbs were kids who wanted somewhere to go and smoke all night... god only knows what their food tastes like now that you can no longer smoke in their restaurant. My only guess is the true taste of their food is why Hensiak switched his Webbs into Gridlers.

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naturekid1 | Feb. 6, 2012 at 8:40 p.m. (report)

seems like once a year or so, i say , "hey, haven't been to Webb's in a while", them I go and remember why.

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