Dining as close as you can get to the Falls

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View of Horseshoe Falls from a table in the restaurant A pork chop on a white plate Man and woman with a red martini with a sugar rim

Elements on the Falls Restaurant

Elements on the Falls is open year-round, located right at the brink overlooking the thundering Horseshoe Falls. Delight your senses in the stylish atmosphere, open-flame grilling and stunning views that make your dining experience come alive with all the elements of nature.

Featuring the freshest ingredients from local farms, our award-winning Chef expertly prepares Niagara inspired cuisine right before your eyes. Savour one of our specialty martinis, followed by char-grilled Beef Tenderloin or Canadian Atlantic Salmon along with a mouth-watering dessert. Elements also features a wide selection of world-class VQA wines from the vineyards of Niagara. At Elements, we pride ourselves on not just serving our guests, but serving your senses.

Elements on the Falls restaurant is an unparalleled spot for a romantic dinner for two and is also available for private events.

Fireworks & Illumination

Every summer, Niagara Parks hosts Canada's longest running fireworks series, directly over the Falls! Experience a dazzling display of colour, with absolutely breathtaking vantage points from your table on the Horseshoe Landing Patio at the brink of the Horseshoe Falls.

You'll also enjoy the nightly illumination of Niagara Falls, in the brilliant colours of the rainbow. Our illumination schedule is available online.

Reservations

For reservations to Elements on the Falls Restaurant, please call: (905) 354-3631

6650 Niagara Parkway
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

Receive complimentary parking when you make a reservation for our Valentine's Day feature menu.

Please contact us for wedding and banquet menus.

Feast On Designation

Elements on the Falls Restaurant is proud to be Feast ON designated which is a program run by the Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance (OCTA).

Feast ON is a criteria-based program that recognizes businesses committed to showcasing Ontario's unique tastes of place.

This Includes 3 Key Areas:
Procuring. Food produced or harvested in Ontario, or food and drink made in Ontario if they include ingredients produced or harvested here. 25% of total annual food receipts reflect Ontario food purchases. 25% of total annual beverage receipts reflect Ontario beverage purchases

Partnering. Being part of a local, regional, provincial, or national program that supports and showcases Ontario food and drink, its agricultural sectors, and best practices in the industry.

Participating. Community-based initiatives and experiences, as well as innovative and creative ways of building awareness around Ontario food and drink.