3 Must Dos in Niagara Falls, Ontario

By Candace Boggan
Candace Boggan
Candace Boggan
July 24, 2014 Updated: July 24, 2014

If you’re looking for a deluxe holiday that includes the perfect blend of a natural wonder, fine cuisine and local vineyards, then place Niagara Falls, Ontario on your list. Complete with majestic scenery, plush landscape, and tantalizing dishes, it’s an adventure, you’ll be sure to savor for years to come.

The Falls themselves

Located in the southeastern part of Canada, the amazing waterfalls are located centrally between Niagara Falls, NY (USA) and Niagara Falls, Ontario (Canada). During the day you can observe the rushing water of the falls from any number of ways; via foot, helicopter, aero car, by vessel, or from on high, atop any number of observation points. At dusk, visitors line the walkways, bridges and decks for the evening water color and fireworks show. Eager spectators witness hues of purple, green and red beneath the falls backdrop. At the height of the evening light display, fireworks illuminate the sky with a palette of vibrant colors. The energy from the crowd intensifies with each sparkle from above. Flashes from a sea of cameras accompany the exhibition with melodious tunes, as if part of the finale scene of a Broadway show. It’s a remarkable demonstration to behold. The falls can additionally be seen from any number of hotels and restaurants in the tourist district. Witnessing their splendor is an absolute must during your stay.

Fine dining

Upscale dining is also available for the luxuriant traveler. Swank patrons flood Niagara Falls restaurants in search of the region’s choicest offerings. Many of the establishments not only provide a euphoric culinary experience, but also supply some of the most stunning falls’ views while dining. Consider indulging in local delicacies at 21 Club for succulent seafood, contemporary R5 inside the Fallsview Casino, Rainbow Room by Massimo Capra for fresh market items, Windows by Jamie Kennedy for local, seasonal cuisine and unrivaled views, Keg Steakhouse for prime beef, or the revolving dining room of the Skylon Tower, to capture panoramic views from 775 feet above the falls. Other front runners include Ag Inspired Cuisine, Brasa Brazilian Steakhouse, and Buchanans Chophouse. There are palatable choices on the menu to suite every taste. A visit to any of the above mentioned restaurants will prove to be a worthy trip.

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Copyright © 2014 by A Luxury Travel Blog. This article was written by Candace Boggan and originally published at A Luxury Travel Blog

Candace Boggan
Candace Boggan