870 Niagara St.
Welland, ON L3C 1M3
Phone: (905) 732-4811
Fax: (905) 732-9654
870 Niagara St., Welland, ON, CA, L3C 1M3
- Phone: (905) 732-4811
- Fax: (905) 732-9654
Bars & Cafes
With Tim Horton's specially created coffees, any time is coffee - time! Sip into the rich creamy mugs of pleasure as you take in the fresh aroma of best quality coffee beans, specially ground for you. They also serve great tea and snacks like sandwiches that form perfect accompaniments to their coffee. With great quality service, friendly staff and the best of ingredients, its no wonder that Tim Horton's has become the household name for coffee today.
Earlier known by its location as the Front 54, The Moose & Goose has been a family-operated entertainment house for more then two decades. Essentially a space for live entertainment, there are hardly any Canadian stars who haven't played here. Burton Cummings, Max Webster, Meatloaf, Foreigner and many such artists have all displayed their magic at this place. Student Party Night on Wednesdays are quite happening and very popular among youngsters.
Prey is one the most happening clubs in Niagara Falls. From funk to techno you will hear it all here. A Club that stays open the whole night for all you hard core party people, who are always looking for an after party, you need not look elsewhere because Prey stays open only for you. A weekend full of fun and excitement is what Prey brings to you. For further information do call them.
The ninth floor of the Embassy Suites Hotel is taken up by the Keg Steakhouse & Bar, which is known as much for its food as for the views of the Niagara Falls it affords. A seat by the floor to ceiling glass windows is the perfect place to enjoy a romantic meal, enjoying the varieties of steaks on the menu, with a glass of one of their specialty wines. This is the kind of restaurant the ambiance of which can be enjoyed by a couple out on a romantic date, just as much as the entire family out for a fun meal, with the kids indulging in their own special menu.
The moment you set foot in The Mansion House, a sense of history engulfs you. Touted as the oldest tavern in town, it dates back to the early 19th century and is the oldest licensed bar of the country. Currently, one of the most happening live music clubs in the city, it is known for dishing out great indie music. A plethora of rock bands are staged and theme music nights are also on the offer. Visitors can binge on hot appetizers and sip chilled beer, while grooving to the music. Head to Mansion House to experience old-world clubbing! Call for more information.
Eighty1Degrees Lounge is located in Downtown St. Catharines. This lounge is where the young and hip crowd of the city heads to for a night of decadent and sinuous entertainment. Mostly focusing on R&B and Soul, this club has some of the most popular DJs in the region performing on a regular basis. Besides the spinning tunes of the DJ, the bar also spins its own tales of stimulating and scintillating liquor. Grab a beer or whiskey and lounge around on any of the big and comfortable sofas. The lounge also organizes comedy shows, so if you are in need of a laugh or two, then you know where to go in St. Catharines. Call for hours and other details.
Situated in Downtown St. Catharines, Mikado Cafe and Bar is known for its live musical acts. A casual establishment, it attracts a young crowd looking to have an enjoyable time out. The food and drinks are reasonably priced, encouraging people to return.
While on your visit to the Niagara Falls, stop by for coffee at Starbucks on Murray Street. The coffee shop greets you with the familiar smell of freshly brewed coffee beans that is synonymous with Starbucks. The outlet is at a walking distance from the falls and includes the convenient takeout option. Like all Starbucks outlets around the world, this store too provides quality services and the finest ingredients to make your coffee experience most special.
Situated at the top of the Skylon Tower and 775 feet (236 meters) above the Falls, this restaurant offers delightful continental dining and a spectacular view as it revolves once an hour. During the day, you can see 80 miles (100 kilometers) in every direction; at night, there's the added wonder of the Illumination of The Falls. The upscale dinner menu includes broiled salmon filet in Hollandaise sauce and grilled New York sirloin steak. There's also a wonderful wine selection. Check website for opening hours.
Having survived over 35 years in one of the most competitive areas of the city—the downtown-Falls-Casino Niagara area, these four brothers must be doing something right. Run by the Marinelli family, the restaurant specializes in the preparation from scratch of genuine Italian cuisine. Add friendly service and a cozy atmosphere and you can see why they'll likely be around for another 35 years. The dinner menu includes Manicotti with chicken breast, pasta primavera, and Veal Parmigiana. A kids' menu is available as well as children's portions of regular items.
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 only a few blocks from Casino Niagara and an easy walk to the Falls, this internationally-acclaimed restaurant boasts the coveted five stars that every dining spot seeks. The stars are well deserved, with its mix of attentive service, spectacular ambiance and the finest in contemporary dining, it's no wonder it was voted top restaurant in the area by customers in both 1997 and 1998. The main menu dishes range from Escargots Bourguignonne and Lasagna al Forno, to prime rib of beef and daily seafood specials.