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Queenston Heights Restaurant, Niagara-on-the-Lake

Cooks & Chefs Apprentice DinnerFireworks Dinner Series

The Cooks and Chefs Apprentice Dinner is held annually at Niagara Parks’ oldest restaurant, Queenston Heights, which was established on the Niagara Parkway in 1900. Nestled high atop the Niagara Escarpment, many consider this to be the birthplace of Niagara Falls and families, nature lovers and picnickers have enjoyed this park for generations.
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14th Annual Cook & Chefs Apprentices Dinner November 7, 2019 · 6:30 p.m. – 11 p.m. · $100

Since 1885, Niagara Parks has preserved the natural, historical, cultural and culinary experiences of the Niagara River Corridor for millions of visitors to experience. For the past thirteen years, we’ve been making that experience even more flavourful with our Cooks and Chefs Apprentice Dinner as we seek to tell the culinary story of Niagara Parks, one that finds its flavours rooted in local growers, brewers, producers, and providers.

Tonight’s menu is created in partnership between Niagara Parks’ chefs and apprentices, who work together year-round at our five full-service restaurants, serving visitors locally sourced cuisine alongside awe-inspiring attractions, War of 1812 heritage sites, and award-winning golf courses. The dinner gives apprentice cooks the opportunity to demonstrate their passion alongside Niagara Parks Culinary experts, with proceeds from the evening going to support the Niagara Parks Apprentice Cooks scholarship fund.

QUEENSTON HEIGHTS RESTAURANT

The Cooks and Chefs Apprentice Dinner is held annually at Niagara Parks’ oldest restaurant, Queenston Heights, which was established on the Niagara Parkway in 1900. Nestled high atop the Niagara Escarpment, many consider this to be the birthplace of Niagara Falls and families, nature lovers and picnickers have enjoyed this park for generations.

Feast On Certified Taste of Ontario
Bringing ingredients from Ontario's backyard to your table

Niagara Parks recognizes that supporting our local economy and Ontario’s farmers is key to putting dollars back into our communities and limiting environmental impact—that’s why all five of our full-service restaurants are proudly Feast On certified.

Since 2014, our Feast On certification has distinguished Niagara Parks’ restaurants as champions of Ontario food and drink. We are pleased to offer guests refined dining experiences exclusive to the Niagara Region while contributing to the growth and success of local growers, producers, brewers and distillers.