Econo Lodge at the Falls
200 Rainbow Boulevard & 2nd
Niagara Falls, NY 14303
Phone: (716) 285-7316
Fax: (716) 285-8541
200 Rainbow Boulevard & 2nd, Niagara Falls, NY, US, 14303
- Phone: (716) 285-7316
- Fax: (716) 285-8541
Housed inside the Quality Hotel & Suites At The Falls, the Legends Sports Bar & Grill is an absolute must go for all those who love sports. This amazing bar and grill features about ten screen which keep playing exciting live matches. You can choose among the fifty beers as you cheer for your team or simply munch on the delicious grilled specials. Besides, this place also hosts different events and live gigs that witness the restaurant and bar brimming with locals and tourists. To know the schedule of the events here, check the website.
This opulent, five-star steakhouse peers over the dazzling gaming floor of the Seneca Niagara Casino. Chefs meticulously prepare the freshest in fish, seafood, steaks and chops. Kick-off a sensational dining experience with appetizers like the Oyster Rockefeller, Clams Casino or crab cakes. Also served as an appetizer are their signature jalapeno and cheddar scones. Alluring entrées include filet mignon, New York strip steak, or—if you really want to splurge—sample the most savory Kobe strip steak. They also plate prime rib, rack of lamb, veal Oscar, wild salmon, crab legs and sea bass. The wine list features New York State wines and beers, as well as wines and beers from other regions. – Christine A. Smyczynski
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.
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.
Located on the Casino Niagara grounds, the Falls version of Hard Rock Cafe features a 20-meter (60-foot) guitar bar, tribute room to the Beatles, and a banquet room dedicated to the King himself. The memorabilia includes T-Rex's drum kit, George Harrison's guitar, and Clarence Clemons' saxophone. The food is traditional pub grub from lunch until the wee morning hours. If you're a big fan, check out the Hard Rock Café across the border.
This restaurant is as committed to providing great food as it is to giving patrons an authentic rainforest experience, one they will never forget. Great pains have been taken to ensure that visitors truly believe they are in a wild setting, & to achieve this the decor has been designed to include a huge, bubbling volcano & eerily realistic wild animals that jump out at you. A unique feature is the indoor thunderstorm that is created once every half hour, complete with special effects. The menu comprises burgers, pastas & seafood. There is a separate menu provided for children, sure to delight them. The establishment also tries to educate children about nature & wild animals by arranging 'animal encounters' with exotic animals for them.
The owner of this downtown eatery admits to having an obsession with the Fighting Irish. You won't find a bare spot on the wall as ND memorabilia is everywhere. It's also a down-to-earth, blue collar joint with friendly staff. The restaurant is closed on Saturday and Sunday, of course, so the owner won't miss a game. The menu includes pub style fare with a local flavor. Friday night fish fries, chicken wings and beef on weck are customer favorites as are the more ethnic offerings, including Polish sausage.
Boston Pizza is a Canadian chain of restaurants with multiple locations within Canada, as also USA & Mexico. The Clifton Hill outlet is open all seven days a week. The dishes on the menu include burgers, sandwiches, pastas, various appetizers & of course, pizzas. There is a separate menu for the little ones, which includes dishes sure to catch their fancy, like the Bugs n' Cheese, which is pasta with a kiddy twist. There are some delectable desserts on offer; the New York Cheesecake & Sticky Toffee Pudding would be sure to please anyone. As with their other locations, this Boston Pizza Outlet too does not deliver, so you will have to make the trip there.
Situated in Queen Victoria Park, and facing the Falls, this restaurant offers fine family dining. Administered by the Niagara Parks Commission, the restaurant features cuisine made from the freshest seasonal ingredients, and a warm, welcoming wait staff amid an exquisite floral display. Nearby attractions include Skylon Tower and the Maid of the Mist boat tour.
Kelsey's Neighbourhood Bar & Grill opens its doors to the public for lunch, dinner, and late-night snacks. There's an enclosed patio where you can look out over Clifton, Niagara's Street of Fun. The menu ranges from finger food and pizza to fajitas, and pastas. There's a kids menu and the restaurant is licensed.
Mama Leone Restaurant has created its own niche in the competitive world of Niagara Falls fine dining. A combination of attentive service, and award-winning Northern Italian cuisine helped accomplish this. It also helps that it is the only restaurant in the city that can call itself a certified Angus beef restaurant.
Mama Mia's Restaurant and Tavern has been enthralling diners with its authentic cuisine for many years. The scrumptious dishes that emerge from mama's kitchen include seafood and steak, homemade pasta and chicken. It's the perfect way to end the day after sightseeing. The wine selection features wonderful Niagara region vintages.