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In the park itself where the Falls are (I am talking about the American side of the Falls) there is not a big number of restaurants, but I can suggest to have a meal in the restaurant "Top of the Falls" mostly because of its location. The food there is quite OK, but the location is really good, there is a nice view on the "Horseshoe Fall" from the terrace. But I would also suggest everybody to make a prior reservation as the interest for the restaurant is much bigger than its capacity. The only disadvantage when we were there (at the end of July) was a big number of wasps for which we were adverted. But, despite the wasps, our stay there was very well worth it due to the really great view. As far as I know, the restaurant is open during the summer months.
Written Nov 15, 2012
The pizza was wonderful. I think the best part was the owner. I notice on the menu that he also had Buffalo wings and I told him that I'd never had them before. I also told him about finding his place by reviews online. He seemed very proud of that and he also became like a man on a mission to make sure that I found out what REAL Buffalo wings were all about. He was very interested in what we thought of them and it was just a great experience. He is the perfect restaurant owner!! Fantastic host. Even gave us advice on getting to the Falls plus he had maps there that helped us. As we were getting ready to leave, I asked him about an ingredient I saw that I was unfamiliar with--Capicola. He immediately went back and brought me out a sample of it! Terrific place. Wonderful food.
Favorite Dish: Hard to decide. These were my first Buffalo style wings and I fell in love with them.
Written Nov 28, 2009
Address: 466 3rd St. Niagara Falls
Phone: (716) 282-2069
While we were wondering in the downtown area near the falls, we ventured into this establishment. What great food! We enjoyed what we ate and gobbled up everything in between. It's a good choice to try this place out!
Favorite Dish: We both had the Homemade Lasagna:-) Delicious!
Updated Jul 19, 2009
Address: 5719 Victoria Ave, Niagara Falls, ON
The Top of the Falls Restaurant is located at Terrapin Point in Goat Island. This is where you can have a magnificent view of the Horsheshoe falls while dining. They have live bands to entertain you. Though we didnt try to eat here, seems like the food are ok witt lots of tourists having lunch and snack when we visited the place. Next to it is the top of the falls souvenir shop. The Niagara scenic trolley stops here. You can avail the 10% discount from the passport to the falls ticket coupon.
Updated Oct 2, 2007
Address: Terrapin Point Niagara Falls NY
Phone: +1 716 278 1796
Althogh we didnt try to dine here, it seems like their food are good and well presented. The place is mostly flocked by toruists coming out from Niagara Falls trip.
A souvenir shop is just adjacent to it.
Sun - Thur 11:00AM- 11:00PM
Fri - Sat 11:00AM - 12:00AM
Mon - Sun 11:00AM - Closes with Cafe
Updated Oct 2, 2007
Address: 333 Prospect St. Niagara Falls, NY 14303
Phone: (716) 282-0007
On our second day, we are all craving to eat pizza and so we decided to go for lunch at Pizza hut. through the help of our friendly Garmin GPS we found one Pizza Hut branch near our hotel. Unfortunately, when we reach the place, the Pizza Hut branch is already closed (permanently closed!) Honestly, its quite hard to find good restaurants within the vicinity. Although Denny's is just at the lobby of our hotel but having bad experiences with their Orlando branch we didnt mind driving few minutes to find a nice place to eat.
Within the area lots of establishments like restaurants, shops, grocery stores are all closed. just cant figure out if the tourism industry in Niagara is really down or what.
Anyway, we roam around the place and try to look for one neat place to eat coz we were all hungry. Its a blessing! that we found this Italian Pizza Parlour/resto named Donatello's. Located just on the next street behind our hotel.
A family owned business serving great and yummy foods. Pizza, Salads, Subs, Pasta etc.
Served fresh and hot! Italian style! Definitely Recommended!
Favorite Dish: Greek and Ceasar's Salad
All their Pizza
Updated Oct 2, 2007
Address: 466 Third Street, Niagara Falls, NY 14301
Phone: (716) 282-2069
Built in 1824, this was America's only McDonald's that is a registered National Landmark, but now it is empty. Frontier House served as a stagecoach stop and was visited by DeWitt Clinton, Edward Prince of Wales, James Fennimore Cooper, President McKinley, Jenny Lind, Henry Clay, John L Sullivan, and many others. Known as the "Finest Hotel West of Albany". The stone of the building was shipped from the Bay of Quinte.
I would have to say this is the nicest looking McDonald's I had ever seen. Converting this beautiful old mansion was pretty cool! I am sure the city is going to preserve it for future generations to see it.
National Registor No.NY0958
Updated Sep 18, 2007
Address: 460 Center St., Lewiston, NY
Phone: (716) 754-2663
Donatello's is an old Third street place in niagara falls owned by Steve Fournier Sr. They are famous for cheap but quality pizzas, assorted delicatessen, subs and buffalo wings.
Favorite Dish: Pizza's galore at $3.99 a slice, buffalo chicken wings at $ 6 and the various subs which taste better than quiznos, Donatello’s uses a soybean oil that is trans fat free in its deep fryer, but uses a product on its chicken wings that has a small amount of trans fat in it.
Frozen products such as mozzarella sticks and onion rings, don’t have any trans fats.
Written Aug 18, 2007
Address: 466 Third Street Niagara Falls NY 14301-1506
Phone: 716 282-2069
Top of the Falls Restaurant is not the kind of place you go to have a fine meal, but it is the perfect spot for enjoying a lunch break while visiting Niagara Falls. Karen and I ordered cheeseburgers here, and they were good. What was even better was the fabulous view of the Niagara River plunging over Horseshow Falls (the Canadian Falls) just outside our window.
Seating is tiered, so even those not beside the window have a decent view. There are also two outdoor dining decks.
The prices here might have been a bit higher than one might expect from a restaurant of the same quality elsewhere, but we came more for the view than for the food, and in that we were not disapointed. Also, the service was excellent.
Updated Jul 16, 2006
This is a serious restaurant here in Niagara Falls and the acommodation side looks classy too. I was in search of a beer and a light lunch, nothing too heavy, and the building caught my my eye with its faux-Tudor architecture and deep-red awnings. A look at the menu posted outside was enough to convince me that this place would fit the bill.
The restaurant presents itself as fairly formal with a very British up-market style - by all accounts the building was modelled on an English Inn: The Old Bell at Finedon, but the formality does not preclude casual dining, certainly not on a quiet lunch-time in mid-April.
I only had an appetiser and a beer whilst sitting at the bar (although I was offered a table) but I was impressed - excellent attentive service, good food, beer as good as it gets here in the US - draught Bass, and a pleasantly laid-back classiness. If I ever find myself in this area again this will be my number one destination to give the menu a serious work-out.
This is definitely not "fast-food" and the menu changes daily with variations on steak, duck, seafood etc. The menus are not over-elaborate or pretentious, taste and texture rather than frilly language being this kitchen's priorities.
Favorite Dish: Having only had one lunch here, and only one dish at that, then I suppose the "Deep-fried, crab-stuffed artichokes with chive buerre blanc and dressed leaves" will have to be my favourite so far. Accompanied by crusty bread with two butters (plain and tomato?), a good olive oil and balsamic vinegar dip and washed-down by a perfectly good pint of (US) Bass, this was a minor culinary experience.
For about $15 I was more than satisfied - I did think about leaving a $5 tip but insisted on $2 change from my twenty just so as not to appear too flash!
Thinking about the menu - a full-three course meal will veer towards the pricier end of the market but if the quality is as good as my simple lunch then it will be excellent value for money.
Updated Apr 22, 2006
Address: 2 Buffalo Ave, Niagara Falls, NY
Phone: 716 282 1459
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