Niagara Falls summer is an amazing time to visit Niagara Falls. The weather is around 76ºF/25ºC during the day, making it the perfect time to find things to do in Niagara Falls outdoors. That includes dining.
There are lots of gorgeous Niagara Falls restaurants with patios for you to enjoy the summer weather. You also have to check out the best restaurants with a view of the iconic Niagara Falls, right from your seat!
If you’re looking for unique Niagara Falls dining experiences, including places to try iconic Niagara Falls ice wine, use this restaurant guide for the best restaurants in Niagara Falls for summer dining.
Prime Steakhouse Niagara Falls
5685 Falls Avenue, 1-866-374-4408
Ranked as the number one Niagara Falls restaurant and steakhouse by TripAdvisor, Prime Steakhouse Niagara Falls is fine dining at its finest. This classy contemporary steakhouse has the best selection of steaks and seafood, along with classic pasta favourites like mushroom ravioli and linguini carbonara. Accompany your meal with a selection of signature cocktails or wine from Niagara Falls wineries.
Besides the mouth-watering food, you can’t beat the view at Prime Steakhouse Niagara Falls. See the crashing waters of the Niagara Falls waterfalls as you dine.
Niagara Brewing Company
4915-A Clifton Hill, 905-374-4444
We had to include this brewery on the list because: 1) you can taste homegrown Niagara Falls beers; and 2) it’s in Clifton Hill, which has some of the most fun things to do in Niagara Falls summer. It also has two outdoor patios, including an upper patio with Niagara Falls views.
Niagara Brewing Company serves rotating taps of housemade beer, like the Niagara Premium Lager and Amber Eh! You can sip on beer with bites like meat and cheese boards, pretzels, chips and guac, bratwurst sausage and meatball subs. It’s a great place to get to know Niagara Brews in an iconic setting.
5875 Falls Avenue, 905-374-4445
No Niagara Falls summer vacation is complete without an all-you-can-eat restaurant trip. You’re on vacation, after all, so why not indulge?
The Fallsview Buffet is a meal with a show, with an 80-foot buffet with live action cooking stations, including some customisable options like breakfast eggs. Grab as much food as you can handle, and enjoy watching the roaring Niagara Falls waterfalls outside.
Queen Victoria Place Restaurant
6345 Niagara Parkway, 905-356-2217
The building the Queen Victoria Place Restaurant is in was constructed in 1904, offering diners Victorian architecture ambiance. The restaurant has an expansive patio overlooking Niagara Falls, and its food and drink selection rivals the view.
Choose from lunch and dinner options like salads, paninis, burgers, pastas and meat dishes. Pair them with Niagara Falls wines and craft beer. Queen Victoria Place Restaurant focuses on sourcing locally grown ingredients, making every bite fresh and one that’s crafted with love.
Morton’s Grille Niagara Falls
6740 Fallsview Boulevard, 905-358-4045
Niagara Falls beef is some of the highest-quality in the world, which is why Morton’s Grille Niagara Falls is another exceptional steakhouse to check out. Choose from a vast selection of Canadian AAA Reserve Beef and Canadian Certified Angus Beef, as well as other options like pork chops, salmon, mac n’ cheese, fish tacos and much more.
See Niagara Falls wherever you dine in Morton’s Grille Niagara Falls. The food and atmosphere make it a memorable dining experience.
The Secret Garden
5827 River Road, 905-358-4588
The Secret Garden has an outdoor patio right across from the Niagara Falls waterfalls, so you can hear and see the rushing waters as you relax and dine. Come here for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert or cocktails, with a menu serving up Canadian fare like fish and chips, steaks, lamb, pot roast, poutine, burgers, soups and pastas.
The Secret Garden has been in business since 1991, with three generations of family running the place and serving guests. The family atmosphere even extends to pets, since the patio is dog-friendly.
Massimo’s Italian Fallsview Restaurant
5875 Falls Avenue, 905-374-4445
Have you tried Niagara Falls ice wine yet? It’s unique to the region and is made from Niagara Falls grapes plucked while they’re still frozen on the vine. The result is a sweet dessert wine with hints of fruit. You can try one of three varieties (or try them all!) at Massimo’s Italian Fallsview Restaurant.
The restaurant features 2010 Redstone Cabernet Franc Ice Wine with notes of strawberry jam and rhubarb compote, 2015 Inniskillin Vidal Ice Wine with notes of ripe peaches and apricots, and 2016 Chateau Des Charmes Riesling Ice Wine with peach, lime, lemon and peach flavours. Pair your wine with a classic Italian dessert like tiramisu or panna cotta, after a traditional Italian meal with a view of Niagara Falls.
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If your mouth is watering from reading about all these Niagara Falls restaurants, you can taste the deliciousness yourself when you visit Niagara Falls. Book a Niagara Falls stay with us now so you can visit what sounds tasty to you.