Food & Drink

Restaurants in Niagara Falls

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  • Nov 29th, 2004 1:17 pm
Mar 4, 2003
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most of the time we went to the Falls Manor, it's a chicken dinner located in Lundys Lane and the vietnam rest (can't recall the name) located around Palmer Ave and Roberts Str
Apr 8, 2004
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neilson wrote:That's Ruby Tuesday; and we have them all over the South since they're from Knoxville. Personally I'd stay the hell away from them because I know ppl that got BAD Diahrrea from eating at locations South of Atlanta and even in some of the locations here in AL. So just watch out, and personally you'd be better off going to Applebee's, Chili's, or Bennigan's.

Really? thanks for the head up. I asked one of the sales person at a store there for a good place to eat. When someonne mentioned Rudy Tuesday, he made a really funny face and said "no, i don't think taht's a good idea"
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Jan 13, 2004
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Windsor, ON

Frank's Tomato Pie
6889 Lundy's Lane (At Dorchester)

AMAZING food, quick service, reasonable prices, good portions. It's not a chain, it's a local place, and that's what makes it even better. You can get Kelsey's, Keg, etc etc anywhere -- this place rocks!

Have fun!
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Aug 22, 2003
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Yes nx2k, it's actually named Sodom Rd. ;) Hailing I'm glad you enjoyed Franks Tomato Pie but most locals won't step foot in the place. We find it priced to the tourists. We went twice, once with the kids, once just the 2 of us. We found it very over-priced. 2 salads and 3 kids personal pizzas and the bill was over $75. Hubby and I decided we'd give it another shot and went for lunch. 2 lunch salads, deserts and iced teas and it was almost $50. For around here that's not a reasonably priced restaurant. Most locals are betting on when Franks will close, the place is always empty these days.
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Nov 29, 2003
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Just a quick follow up with the restaurants I went to:

Boston Pizza - New to the area since I last visited and was reasonably priced. Then again, it's just your standard Boston Pizza franchise.. nothing special.

Mick & Angelo's - Their Linguine Chicken Tettrazini was awesome and the portions were huge. Thanks CSK'smom for recommending this one!

Flying Saucer Diner - They have the best breakfast - 99 cents for toast, eggs, and homefries, what a bargain!
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Nov 13, 2003
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I can vouch for the Flying Saucer Diner. Had a Turkey Sandwich there and it was real turkey, not those thin slices. Price and portions are good.
Aug 26, 2003
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hailing wrote:

Frank's Tomato Pie
6889 Lundy's Lane (At Dorchester)

AMAZING food, quick service, reasonable prices, good portions. It's not a chain, it's a local place, and that's what makes it even better. You can get Kelsey's, Keg, etc etc anywhere -- this place rocks!

Have fun!
what's the price range of this place for dinner?
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Aug 26, 2003
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I stay in Chippewa lots during the summer and fall
its just 10 minutes from the falls
and they have a few good eating spots , there

Its a little out of the way , but the pleasure is , zero crowds and good food and the prices are right

Chippewa Pizza , awesome pies , over the bridge , near the Tim Hortons
easy drive to the Falls , Malls and casinos , awesome wings

Boathouse Restaurant , great breakfast , right across from Tim Hortons at the Bridge

To find Chippewa , follow Niagara Parkway towards Fort Erie , cant miss the Tims at the bridge in Chippewa, its all lit up


In the Falls , across from Kelseys
try the Italian spots , can remember there names , authentic italian

non-chain places always suit my stomach
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Mar 10, 2003
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i like going to the fallviews casino buffet, go there before 6 and line up should be ok.
May 19, 2004
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Niagara Falls isn't the best place to eat.. Most places are over priced and horrible.. Here's a list of where I've been to..

Boston Pizza on Cliffton Hill, prices seem to be very close to the Boston Pizza in Toronto and the food was the same, so not bad at all.

All the rest of these places are on Victoria St

Denny's: Way too overpriced and the food was horrible.

TGI Friday's: Horribly over priced and HORRID. I got the chicken fingers for $18. The chicken fingers resembled hands more than fingers and were over cooked. Everyone else that I was with (there was about 8 of us) did not like their expensive meals. The ones that I've been to in Buffalo, both downtown and the one by the galleria mall were great.

The Keg: Average prices, food wasn't bad.

There's also an all you can eat breakfast place for $7.99 (I think).. It wasn't spectacular but was ok for $8 in Niagara Falls.

Free parking can be had at Fallsview Casino. All you need is a Player's Card. These can be obtained for free at the casino. Without the card, parking is $5.
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Jul 27, 2003
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Also, check out Perkins in Skyline Inn if you have time. It's like a much better tasting version of Denny's. :)
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Nov 17, 2004
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Just to add a footnote to "Dennys" in Niagara Falls. Usually considered to be an inexpensive place to eat, but a major rip off in NF. Cheeseburger with fries was a whopping $12. Go figure.......
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Nov 27, 2004
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Whatever you do, DO NOT eat at Denny's or TGIF in Niagara Falls, Ontario!!!

...waaaaaay OVERPRICED!!!

...cross the border, eat at Denny's or TGIF in Amherst (the good part of Buffalo), buy some gas (it still works out to be cheaper, especially if you need premium)
May 19, 2004
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Nevermind the price of Denny's & TGI Friday's at Niagara Falls... I wouldn't eat there again even if it was free, the food at those two places there was just horrible.

On another note, I just got back from Fallsview Casino and decided to try that diner at the main entrance. Not too bad for that area.. Cost $10 for eggs, bacon, homefries, beans & challah (or something like that) toast...
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Sep 26, 2004
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Denny Is The Worst Of All! Expensive And Crappy Food!!!