Niagara Falls Canada is a kid-friendly oasis, from the fun of Clifton Falls to the adventures of the ziplining or jet boating the Niagara Whirlpool, all the way down to the areas delectable restaurants. In Niagara Falls Canada, you’ll find a wide variety of dining options, sure to please the kids and the adults in your family. Let’s explore some of the best kid-friendly (and adult approved) dining in Niagara Falls Canada.
Casa Mia Ristorante
For classic yet simple Italian cuisine, Casa Mia Ristorante is a crowd pleaser with children and their adults. Offering up a bounty of premium fresh ingredients served up in generous portions, Casa Mia promises to delight exceptional palates and fill the hungriest of tummies. Your littles will appreciate the kid’s menu filled with all their favorites from classic cheesy pizza to alfredo rigatoni, spaghetti and meatballs to cheese filled ravioli. Parents will adore the classic Italian offerings like veal parmigiana, antipasti, gnocchi, and more, as well as the perfect bottle of wine selected with the guidance of the ristorante’s sommelier from more than 300 labels.
Turtle Jack’s Muskoka Grill
Well the name sounds fun right from the start, and Turtle Jack’s Muskoka Grill does not disappoint. Born from the Lishman family’s simple idea of a premium restaurant serving up fresh delectable food in a relaxed and fun environment filled with friendliness and hospitality, Turtle Jack’s is sure to be a hit with your family serving up flavor-filled dinners prepared fresh to order. Kid’s will love the complimentary apple slices, cucumbers, and carrots which can be enjoyed while they make their selection. The kid’s menu features chicken fingers as well as buffalo fingers, mini burgers, tacos, pizzas, and, of course, turtle shell pasta with meatballs.
Sandstone Grillhouse promises “casual, fine dining, redefined” making it the perfect family dining experience. Casual enough for kids, and delicious enough for discriminating adults. The Sandstone Grill offers up take out family meals as well including lasagna, fish and chips, BBQ ribs, and more. Dining in is also an option where parents can enjoy lamb shank, spinach gnocchi, or lobster tails, just to name a few of the delightful options. The kid’s menu features burgers and smiley fries, chicken, pizza, fish, and pasta options for youngest members of your party to enjoy.
Flying Saucer Drive-In
As the story goes, Niagara Falls’ Flying Saucer Restaurant began “a long time ago…in a galaxy far, far away…” The fact is the famous Flying Saucer Drive-In found its beginning in the imagination of a kid named Henry who dreamed in science fiction while becoming a restauranteur. Today, the twin saucers accommodate dine-in and takeout diners in unique fashion. Offering a fun, affordable, delicious dining experience, kids will adore eating their favorites in a “real” spaceship! The kid’s menu offers up fish and chips, pogo and fries, and spaghetti and meatball, but the drive-in menu is also packed full of kid-friendly cuisine including burgers, hotdogs, shrimp, chicken, and quesadillas.
Buried Treasure Café
The Buried Treasure Café is, well, rustic, you know, fit for a pirate, and loads of fun for the family. From the Black Pearl Nachos to the Biscuit Eater Bacon Cheeseburger, the Walk the Plank Platter to the Dead Man’s Fingers, what is not to enjoy? The food is cooked up fresh with lots of delicious options for pirates large and small. Even the pickiest of pirates give the buried treasure cuisine five-star reviews! Parents will love the continually changing “adult beverage” specials. Who can resist all the fun and food to be had at Buried Treasure Café?