If you’re looking for a place to eat this summer, this Niagara restaurant not only serves up good food but also has gorgeous panoramic views of the falls.
Nestled right into downtown Niagara, Queen Victoria Place Restaurant has an expansive covered terrace overlooking the American and Horseshoe Falls and you’ll never get tired of the view.
While you’re there you can enjoy a locally sourced menu, a diverse Niagara VQA wine list and a craft beer selection.
The patio menu includes salads and handhelds to choose from. Some include the grilled chicken pesto sandwich, the bacon double cheeseburger, the garden vegetable burger, and the super caesar salad.
There is also a dessert feature that changes daily, so there is always something new to try.
When it comes to cocktails, there is an expansive list. On hot days you can reach some frozen drinks including daiquiris, margaritas, Coladas, blue raspberry lemonade slushies and more.
Or you can opt-in for a beer or wine flight if you can’t just choose one drink.
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The restaurant is open from Thursday until Monday and is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.
It is run by Niagara-born Chef Sidney Krick, who began his culinary journey over 30 years ago at the Prince of Wales Hotel in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
The building also offers a little bit of history, being constructed back in 1904. Over the decades it has been the residence of the Commissioners of Niagara Parks, an open picnic area and a popular dance hall.
If you’re looking for more to do the next time you’re in the region you can check out Tipsy Theory’s ultimate guide to the best wineries in Niagara.
You can also some of the region’s amazing natural wonders to your bucket list.