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Queen Victoria Place

Of Niagara Parks’ restaurants, this one is the most fun.  It’s also the best place to watch the fireworks in the summer (every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday).  Come by 8-8:30pm to snag a seat on the patio that boasts amazing views of both falls.

Chef Sidney Krick’s FeastON certified menu is full of seriously-happy-making comfort food (bone-in Rib Eye, Atlantic Salmon Wellington, Crab, Artichoke & Asiago dip) and local craft brews on tap; Silversmith, NC Teaching Brewery, Niagara Brewing, Oast.

Open since 1904, Queen Victoria Place is the oldest restaurant in the region. The walls are formed from rocks that were pulled up from the river when the power plants were being constructed.


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