Econo Lodge at the Falls North
5919 Niagara Falls Blvd.
Niagara Falls, NY 14304
Phone: (716) 283-1100
Fax: (716) 283-2150
Honey's started in a converted garage in 1962. Today it is a restaurant and sports bar with ten TVs. Locals come here for chicken wings or pizza, while watching a game or taking a break from outlet shopping across the parking lot. Honey's claims that it perfected chicken wings with a variety of unique flavors, and the staff is very proud of each of them. Definitely try the Spicy Honey Garlic and BBQ-Raspberry. And better yet, get a bottle of BBQ sauce to go. – Hoiyin Ip
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
Evening Star Concert Hall is a bar where you can relax while listening to some great music. The nightclub is a venue for a number of music shows and festivals. Most of the shows need you to be 18+, so make sure to carry your ID along with you. Call for further details.
If you are tired of formal dining and are looking for an unpretentious and casual restaurant, Foley's Restaurant fits the bill. This tavern offers American specialties that is served by their friendly staff. To complement the wholesome meal they have a decent selection of drinks as well. All in all, this restaurant provides a delightful experience that does not leave a hole in your wallet.
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 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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Situated at Days Inn North of The Falls, this restaurant offers a wonderful dining experience and a spectacular view of the Niagara Gorge. Add the garden-like setting and it's little wonder that the restaurant appeals to residents and visitors alike.
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.