- Please your palate with delectable winter flavours while enjoying spectacular views of Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls, ON – On January 31, guests of our exclusive, first annual “Frozen Falls Dinner,” will witness the awe-inspiring sights of Niagara Falls under a layer of crystal ice, all while enjoying a locally sourced menu from the exquisite comfort of our newly redeveloped Table Rock House Restaurant at the brink of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls.
Each winter when the temperature drops in Niagara Falls, the Horseshoe Falls become encased in thick layers of snow and ice, creating the “frozen falls”. This visually stunning phenomenon draws thousands of visitors who come to marvel at the all-season beauty of this natural wonder.
Starting with an opening reception in the Table Rock Grand Hall, guests will move into our newly renovated Table Rock House Restaurant for a delectable, five-course, wine-paired dinner. Featuring the best flavours of the season, guests will have the opportunity enjoy Niagara VQA wine pairings from Colaneri, Fielding Estates, Flat Rock Cellars, Ravine and Reif Estates wineries, all while overlooking a natural wonder in a historic location.
Tickets for the Frozen Falls Dinner are $125 per person, inclusive of applicable tax and service fees. Spaces are limited, please visit niagaraparks.com/dinner to view the menus and to purchase tickets.
About Table Rock House Restaurant
On the upper level of Table Rock Centre, steps from the brink of Horseshoe Falls, Table Rock House Restaurant offers locally sourced and internationally inspired menus. Established in 1926 and most recently redeveloped for a spring 2019 opening, Table Rock House Restaurant has been an iconic Canadian culinary experience for nearly 100 years.
Table Rock House Restaurant is proudly Feast On certified with the Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance. Since 2014, Niagara Parks’ Feast On certification has distinguished our 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.