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HERE ARE THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN NIAGARA FALLS, CANADA
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We love visiting Niagara Falls. The views are unique, the air is fresh and the outdoor activities you can get up to are endless.

Still, visiting such great attractions can really make you hungry – so today we thought we’d find the top three places to eat around Niagara Falls.

After all, we can’t have you lot going hungry.

THE KEG STEAKHOUSE AND BAR

steak.jpgLocated on the 9th floor of the Embassy Suites right beside the Niagara Falls, The Keg Steakhouse & Bar offers their patrons spectacular views as well as delicious food and a great atmosphere. Plus, this fantastic restaurant is situated near one of Canada’s most top casinos: the Fallsview Casino Resort.

There you will find a plethora of post-meal entertainment including 3,000 slot machines and 130 game tables, many of which can be found at online casinos today, including Texas Hold'em poker, roulette and of course blackjack – so you may want to get some practice online before the real thing.

So, what’s on the menu? The Keg Steakhouse & Bar is particularly unique in that each meal description is accompanied by the number of calories in the dish, so you can enjoy your steak while also watching your weight. The restaurant's classics include filet mignon, prime rib and New York striploin, which all sound great, but there are fish and vegetarian-friendly dishes available as well.

AG

Anyone who regularly dines near Niagara Falls is sure to have been waiting for us to mention this fantastic restaurant. AG offers customers a "true farm-to-table experience" as all of their produce is planted and picked at local AG farms especially for their bespoke dishes. Their ingredients are fresh and their menu is inspired, so its no surprise that AG has been featured by media throughout North America, including Huffpost Living.

Entrees available at AG include Lake Huron whitefish, sterling silver tenderloin of beef, and butternut squash and saffron risotto with maple smoked comfort cream and chive batons. However, their desserts are arguably the best part of AG’s dishes as they range from handmade gelato to pumpkin spiced latte bread pudding.

BLUE LINE DINER

eggsbenny.jpgFinally, for those of you who wish to spend your money seeing the local attractions rather than solely on lunch there’s the more frugal choice of Blue Line Diner. Ever since this sportsbar first opened in February 2012 it has received a great amount of praise for its atmosphere, food and prices. If you’re a hockey fan you’ll have a particularly interesting time as Blue Line Diner’s Wall of Fame includes Gerry Cheevers, Dennis Hull and many other players who have eaten at the diner in the past.

As for the food, you will find soup, salad, 7oz burgers, sandwiches and a classic British fish and chips dish. They also do a specific breakfast menu packed with everything from eggs benedict to blueberry pancakes. Though the Blue Line Diner may not be quite as fancy as the previous two restaurants, the fact that it is the fifth most popular restaurant in all of Niagara Falls means it is definitely worth a visit.

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