Table Rock House Restaurant, Niagara Falls

New Year's Eve Dinner at Niagara Parks

Reserve your table for our prix fixe New Year's Eve dinner at Table Rock House Restaurant
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New Year’s Eve Dinner

Your private table awaits at Table Rock House Restaurant for New Year’s Eve. Enjoy a locally sourced, prix fixe dinner next to the brink of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Chef Elbert’s exclusive selections include fennel-dusted Arctic char and lobster cakes, stuffed Ontario game hen, pan-seared Atlantic halibut, and classic prime rib.

Niagara Parks is committed to your safety and comfort. Our restaurant capacity has been reduced for this event, and each booking reserves a table for up to two hours.

Keeping you Safe

We’re serious about the safety and security of our guests. Please review the following measures in place for this event:

Face Coverings

Restaurant staff at Table Rock House Restaurant wear face masks and eye protection. Guests must wear face coverings when not seated at their table.

Limited Access

Seating capacity has been reduced to a maximum of 50 guests. Due to regional restrictions, there is a maximum number of 4 guests per table, and each guest must be from the same household. (more info)

Enhanced Protection

All staff are fully trained in enhanced cleaning and safety protocols, screening measures, and all surfaces are fully sanitized regularly. Hand sanitizer is available for all guests at all entrances and at each table.

Dining Restrictions in the Niagara Region

Niagara Parks is following all provincial and regional guidelines in managing the COVID-19 pandemic. New restrictions for restaurants came into effect on November 14, 2020. Under this new order, known as Section 22, there is a maximum of four guests allowed at a table; all guests must attest that they belong to the same household; and guests must remain seated at all times. Note that your table of four can include up to two persons who are essential to maintaining physical and mental health, such as caregivers or social supports to someone who lives alone.

All guests must provide information for contact tracing and attest to being symptom-free upon arrival.

For more information about specific restrictions under Section 22, please refer to the Niagara Region.

Niagara Parks is committed to protecting the health and safety of all guests and staff. Face coverings are required at all indoor spaces and attractions within Niagara Parks, and proof of vaccination is required at some locations.