Niagara Parks' Elements on the Falls

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6650 Niagara Parkway, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
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1-877-642-7275
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Overlooking the brink of the thundering Falls, delight your senses in the stylish atmosphere of Elements on the Falls. Open-flame grilling, stunning views of the Falls and fiery glassworks make your dining experience come alive with all the elements of nature.

Featuring the freshest ingredients from local farms, our award-winning Chef expertly prepares Niagara inspired cuisine right before your eyes. Savour one of our specialty martinis, followed by char-grilled Beef Tenderloin or Canadian Atlantic Salmon along with a mouth-watering dessert. Elements also features a wide selection of world-class VQA wines from the vineyards of Niagara. At Elements, we pride ourselves on not just serving our guests, but serving your senses.

Open year-round, the restaurant is located on the upper level of Table Rock, next to the Horseshoe Falls and our two-level, year-round Falls viewing gallery - the Grand Hall.

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