This restaurant in Niagara's Little Italy, has been pleasing palates since 1945. The third generation of the Fortuna family now runs the restaurant, and they continue the tradition of using the freshest ingredients possible. A faithful clientele guarantees they're definitely doing something right. Main courses include handmade gnocchi, ravioli, steaks, veal, poultry, and fresh seafood. Don't ask about the salad dressings and sauces, as they are closely guarded secrets. Nearby attractions include the Falls, Niagara Falls State Park, and Niagara Aerospace Museum.
You can't miss this version of the Hard Rock Cafe chain, it has a 1959 Cadillac embedded above the front door. Inside the 178-seat restaurant, the walls are covered with photos, paintings and memorabilia from the world of rock 'n' roll. Its treasures range from Elvis' brown suede jacket, Buddy Holly's sunglasses, and John Entwistle's Fender guitar to a stained-glass wall in honor of the Hindu god Ganesh. The cafe offers typical diner fare with lots of burgers, fries, salads and finger foods.
The Como Restaurant, a tastefully decorated restaurant in the downtown Niagara Falls area has been serving satisfied customers since 1927. The restaurant, now the largest of its kind in the region, reflects a combination of Old World cuisine with New World comfort and service. Main dishes include Veal Parmigiana, New York Strip Steak, Tenderloin a la Marsala and Fillet of sole a la Francesca. Three halls are available for banquets, parties and special occasions. Catering services also offered.
This restaurant, located at Terrapin Point on Goat Island, offers a spectacular view of the American Falls while serving its clientele solid bistro fare including salads, sandwiches and burgers. The restaurant features a main dining room as well as a lounge and an espresso bar. Once you've finished lunch or dinner, you can visit any number of nearby attractions, including the Cave of the Winds, Niagara Falls State Park, and the Aquarium of Niagara.
The brainchild of Chris Dobson, Weinkeller is a blend between a gourmet restaurant and winery in Niagara Falls. Sporting a classic wine-cellar décor, this establishment is replete with wooden themes, barrels stacked against walls, and sleek tables, evoking a rather sophisticated ambiance. Choose from a variety of old-school favorites like pork chops, pastas and barbecued chicken and wash them down with a fine glass of wine. If picking the perfect wine seems hard, the sommelier can help you make a choice from one of the in-house wines or the imported ones.
With a kitchen that is headed by renowned chef Massimo Capra, The Rainbow Room is one of the best dining experiences in the Niagara Falls region. With a stunning view of the falls and the dazzling waterworks, this restaurant is one of the most perfect way to enjoy the falls. You will love the innovative and scrumptious dishes that are made with expertise and the freshest of ingredients. Also, the ambiance is very open and bright, making it a surreal dining phenomenon.
Marketside Restaurant on Market Street is one of the best places in the city for a homely breakfast meal. The decor is clean and bright, featuring attractive furnishings and comfortable seating options. Specialities include the Egg Sandwich, French Toast, Sag Maglie and Bacon Omelette with Rye Toast. Order a freshly roasted cup of joe to accompany your meal to truly enjoy your time here.
The 755 Restaurant and Lounge comes as a welcome break from the local food. The spacious restaurant is furnished to accommodate larger groups, they have a seating upstairs as well where couples and smaller parties can make themselves comfortable. Authentic Lebanese dishes take center stage on the menu. Cooked to perfection using fresh produce, these come to your table in generous portions. Babaganoush, Labné along with Grilled Kafta wrap are perfect for light eaters while the Platters come recommended for those with a voracious appetite. Wines and beers complete your fare at The 755 Restaurant and Lounge.
No matter the time or day, Frankies Donuts and Pizza is always open and ready to satisfy your hunger pangs with some delicious pizza, sandwiches, subs, wings, and salads. Top off your meal with a wide variety of over twenty types of light and tasty donuts. The food is reasonably priced and well worth every penny. This quaint little old-school eatery and donut shop is a city gem and should not be missed.
This causal Italian eatery, located in the heart of Niagara Fall's “Little Italy”, is a favorite of locals. Opened in 1960 by Michael Capizzi, whose family came from Italy, the restaurant is very popular; at lunchtime you may have to wait for a table. Pasta, ravioli and rigatoni are mainstays, but they also have American dishes, like steak and chicken. Other menu selections include pizza, hot and cold sandwiches, wings and fingers. They are known for their calzones, a deep fried turnover stuffed with ricotta, mozzarella and your choice of additions, like pepperoni. Be warned, every dish is served in enormous portions; expect to take at least half home for tomorrow's dinner! – Christine A. Smyczynski