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kasey j miller Jul 6, 2007 06:36 AM

Known more for the casinos than the chow, does anyone have any dinner suggestions? I am tempted to keep it safe and go to the Keg, but would love to hear of any decent alternatives, a little more high-end if possible.

  1. Teep Jul 6, 2007 07:58 AM

    Read about Copacabana - Brazilian grill
    http://www.chow.com/topics/109099

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      thebutcher Jul 7, 2007 02:22 PM

      Ditto on the copacabana...great live music too! About $50-$60 each for all-u-can eat, including a great salad bar. Every other place in Niagara Falls seems to fall in the category of overpriced tourist food.

      1. re: thebutcher
        Davwud Jul 9, 2007 09:40 AM

        Or trendy chain.

        DT

    2. Sallycat Jul 9, 2007 01:41 PM

      You must try the best roast beef dinner I've ever had. Portion is huge but the prime rib roast was so tasty and so melt-it-your-mouth tender I was able to finish it all. A bit pricey but well worth it!
      Here is their website--www.thecasadoro.com

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        corporal nym Jul 9, 2007 06:13 PM

        If you are looking for good food and good value when you're wiiing to pay a bit more - AND if you have a car, I'd suggest taking the beautiful drive down the Niagara Parkway (20 minutes) to Niagara-on-the-Lake, where there are several excellent restaurants - Stone Road Grill, Epicurean, Zees, Charles Inn, Peller Estates (Winery). Hillebrand Estaes (Winery) etc.

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        1. re: corporal nym
          Davwud Jul 10, 2007 04:29 AM

          The Olde Angel Inn.

          DT

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          abigllama Jul 9, 2007 06:39 PM

          17 Noir in the Fallsview Casino was pretty good. There's a sushi in the front of it, it's a bit tricky to find but behind and upstairs is the dining room. You have to walk through the VIP area to get to it. The night we were there the menu was like very high end Bistro fare. Was expensive but a quality meal and great wine list. The service was really good too.

          There's not a lot of options in the area besides what you're expecting. My fave place was Cafe Tu Tu Tango for tapas. But sadly, it's gone now.

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