With spring just around the corner, it’s time to get out and explore the many things to do in Niagara this March 2023. Whether you are looking for a nice cold beer, something to eat, or something to keep you entertained, the possibilities are endless.
If you’re looking for some advice, I’ve narrowed it down to the top six things that I can’t wait to do in Niagara this March. I’m most excited to soak up some of that long-overdue warm weather while sipping on something local.
There are also many events taking place throughout the month as the city starts to slowly defrost. Happy exploring!
Big Head Wine Tasting
This local winery is nestled into the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake and serves up some amazing whites and reds. This is a place that we love to stop into at least once a season.
With warmer weather on its way, I know for a fact that this will be one vineyard we visit in March.
Grab A Beer At Bench Brewing
Regarding suds, this brewery is one of my favourites in the region. They have a unique indoor space, complete with a kitchen that serves up some amazing lunch and dinner food.
In the summer, they also have a sprawling patio that is a great place to have a glass. There are always new flavours to try and I love coming back here again and again.
This Italian restaurant in Grimsby serves up some of the most authentic fares in the region. They even have Authentic Extra Virgin Organic Olive Oil from their farms in Tuscany.
We’ve been here for dinner and were completely blown away. We will absolutely be back in March to try out their brunch!
This little breakfast spot is a staple in my life and I’m here at least twice a month. With nine different kinds of Eggs Benedict, I’m constantly trying something new.
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Beer & Taco Festival
For the first time ever, a beer and taco festival will be hitting Niagara. On March 25th, you can chow down on some of your favourite Mexican fares, sip some suds and dance the night away. You can count me in!
Mardi Gras At Reif Estate Winery
There’s no better way to celebrate Mardi Gras than at one of your local wineries! Reif Estate will be hosting a wine and food pairing that will be New Orleans-inspired.