Eating Out in Niagara fallsEdit This
The restaurants of Niagara Falls offer guests an abundance of choices for a variety of cuisines at prices to fit every budget. Whether you are looking for fine dining, a familiar chain restaurant, or something with a little more local flavor and atmosphere, there are several choices to fit the bill and please the palate.
For a spectacular view of the area, look no further than the Skylon Tower. This is not necessarily the restaurant of choice for the finest dining experience in the area, but the view as the dining room slowly rotates can't be beat. Dishes include steaks, chicken, soups, and salads. Be prepared to pay a premium price for your meal, but do realize you are paying for that view as well.
Casa Mia Italian Restaurant offers another alternative for fine dining. The menu includes oven roasted Cuban lobster tail, veal scallopini, lamb and chicken dishes, and pasta specialties such as mushroom pappardelle and duck linguine. Enjoy your meal with a glass of wine from their extensive wine list and enjoy the romantic atmosphere.
Feeling the need for the familiar while on your Niagara Falls holiday? Many of the major chain restaurants that visitors from the states may enjoy at home can be found in Niagara, as well. You can have a steak at the Outback Steakhouse, pick up some ribs at Tony Roma's or grab a burger at the Hardrock Cafe. Most fast food establishments are also well represented in the area, and you can find Burger King, Wendy's, Arby's, and Pizza Hut, among others.
When visiting an unfamiliar place, many of us like to try the restaurants that the locals frequent. Who would know better where the best food can be found than those that dine there regularly? A Fine Kettle O'Fish is a local favorite for its fish and chips. Live lobster is also available, along with steaks, pasta, and chicken. For seafood and more, head on over to Captain Murphy's where king crab legs, seafood alfredo, and prime rib are just a sampling of the entrees available to you. Delicious desserts and a full bar complement your meal.
Whatever your craving may be, there are numerous restaurants in Niagara Falls to suit your needs, from fast food to fine dining.
December 22, 2009 new by subeat