Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Niagara-on-the-Lake. In Canada's wine country, Niagara-on-the-Lake presents a well-preserved 19th-century village and its charms. Drive or bike through the area, stopping at wineries and Fort George National Historic Site. Ride along the Niagara Escarpment on horseback or book a white-water adventure at nearby Niagara Falls (you might have heard of them).
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Located in one of Niagara on the Lake's most historic properties, the Gate House Kitchen and Cafe showcases fresh, seasonal cuisine in a relaxed and tranquil atmosphere. Sit on our large, shaded terrace overlooking Queen Street or inside our sun-drenched
This location is similar to other Sbarro locations in shopping malls across the continent. Like many other branches, it serves quality food quickly and at a reasonable price, particularly if you take the combination plates. Employees at this location seem to be cheerful and helpful.
Nice friendly service and quality food. Service was a bit slow at the start, but improved from there. Drinks were good, and antipasti too. All in all, a good experience. Iâd be mindful that parking is limited, so alternative transportation is a good idea.
My wife and I stopped in because we were intrigued with the name and the fact that they literally opened a garage door and there was a food counter and the entire kitchen! Chef Matt welcomed us and offered us any kind of pizza we wanted, special ingredients, and the like. We ordered a large "Niagara" with fresh asparagus, and premium prosciutto (Pingue) added after baking. He then drizzled a special dressing with olive oil, garlic, and basil that added wonderful flavour. Out of this world great pizza. We had a great time talking to Matt while we ate. There was a small table and 3 chairs that allowed us to do this. Owner Franca was really nice to speak with also. Thanks guys for a fun and tasty visit!
3 based on 105 reviews
Local friends took us to the new Bricks and Barley restaurant in Virgil just 10 minutes from Old Town NOTL. We are so pleased they did. Great service and good food. We enjoyed wood oven pizzas, The Veneto (asiago-artichoke base, chicken, bacon, mozzarella, caramelized onions, spinach. and the Fungus Among Us (Garlic olive oil, selection of mushrooms, caramelized onions, fontina, rosemary.)There local beer selection is excellent and a nice change from the ever present wine in the area.
4 based on 31 reviews
Rustic, beautifully developed flavors and a laid back atmosphere gives this neighborhood restaurant a vibe that just makes you want to return. The little twists Nina took with the dishes are perfectly executed and a welcome elevation to classical Southern Italian dishes. Bravo!
4 based on 1060 reviews
We visited here after a recommendation from our B&B owner.We thoroughly enjoyed our choices of wood fired pizzas, which were delightfully crisp, thin based and had delicious toppings. Exactly as they should be.We found the wine menu to be full of inspired choices and had quite a dilemma in choosing.Service was friendly and efficient and we would not hesitate to recommend this place.
4 based on 1118 reviews
Located within Two Sisters Vineyards in Niagara-on-the-Lake, our very own Kitchen76 is inspired by the Italian-table with a pared down approach to rustic Italian dishes and is a premiere destination for dining in Niagara. Delight your palate with the ever
Very stylish restaurant serving great food and a wide selection of wines. Large terrace, which was very busy despite the rather low light level. We chose to eat inside since we were unsure how cold it may get on the terrace as the evening progressed.Good service and lots of free parking.
4 based on 307 reviews
We are a small family run Italian restaurant specializing in classic Neapolitan Pizza, certified by the Vera Pizza Napoletana in Naples, Italy.
we decided to stop by on the recommendation of others staying at our B&B and so glad we did.....we ordered the special of the day, the portobello mushroom, honey garlic, fresh mozzarella cheese ball/truffle oil...WOW was it yummy!!everything tasted so fresh and all the flavors were well paired....i also topped with just a bit of EVOO and it was a great added touch....the place itself is not large so i can see on busy day how it could be really crowded and loud really quick but we had no issues with that...there were five other tables when we were there and it was fine..there are also some seats upstairs...our waiter was very attentive for sure and made sure we were doing well during our entire visit....i saw him being just as attentive to all the other tables too!after eating we went upstairs where they sell the plates you eat off of...they are each handmade in italy...they also sell plants, mostly succulentsthe price for our pizza was $30 canadian. so that is about $23 us ... while i personally think it is a bit high we decided to go for it as we were on a mini vacation...part of that might be because i come from a small town with a ton of shops who aren't that pricey....in bigger cities i get they can and do charge morethe decor is nice and clean and fresh. that being said i just assumed it would be more of an italian theme in there....i was just shocked to see the modern flashbottom line...delicious , fresh pizza. served with a smile and in a short period of time...staff treats you very well...its clean and invitingwould i come again....absolutely! ENJOY!
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