Table Rock House Restaurant

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Table Rock House Restaurant serves up locally sourced, internationally inspired menus with an incredible view of the Falls, providing the perfect backdrop for your meal. Table Rock House Restaurant (formerly known as Elements on the Falls) is located on the upper level of the Table Rock Centre and overlooks the Horseshoe Falls. The restaurant features floor to ceiling windows, revealing an incredible view of the brink of the Falls to enjoy while you dine. In the evening, the illumination of the Falls adds a little more magic to this experience. ...see more

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6650 Niagara Pkwy, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 0L0

Tantalize your taste buds with a spectacular vista of the falls, just a stone's throw from your table at Table Rock House Restaurant. Formerly known as Elements on the Falls, this casual kitchen is nestled on the upper level of Table Rock Centre and overlooks the picturesque Horseshoe Falls.

The restaurant features floor-to-ceiling windows, revealing an incredible view of the brink of the Falls to enjoy while you dine. In the evening, the illumination of the Falls adds a little more magic to this experience. This restaurant proudly boasts its Feast ON Certification, which recognizes the use of locally-sourced Ontario-grown and made food and beverages.

Dine With An Amazing View Of The Horseshoe Falls!

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Table Rock House Restaurant is a cozy establishment nestled on the upper level of Table Rock Centre, owned by the Niagara Parks Commission. The restaurant boasts stunning views of the falls, making it the perfect spot to enjoy a delicious meal while taking in the breathtaking scenery. The menu features a wide variety of mouthwatering dishes, including vegan options with locally sourced ingredients, and all things meat! A trip to the scenic spots of Niagara is not complete without dining at this restaurant at least once!


How to Get There

Table Rock House Restaurant is nestled at 6650 Niagara Parkway on the brink of Canadian Horseshoe Falls. The best way to get to this location is by booking a guided tour which would let you explore multiple points of interest before taking you to this restaurant to dine with an amazing view of the falls!


Best Time to Visit Table Rock House Restaurant in Niagara Falls

The best time to visit Table Rock House Restaurant is definitely when you're on your trip to see Horseshoe Falls and other tourist spots located nearby. When you're done with your trip, you'll be starving. There's no place better to eat to your heart's content than this restaurant!



Visit Niagara Falls and have a surreal dining experience with an amazing view of the falls! Let an award-winning chef treat you to the Chef's Feature Soup with a fresh Artisan Bread Basket! If you're keen on eating local, check out their Falls Salad featuring locally-sourced Sieger's butter lettuce, potatoes, and green asparagus! If you want a meaty dinner, dig into their savory All-Natural Smoked Ontario Turkey Sandwich! If you're a vegan, feast on the special Vegan Power Bowl! Some other handhelds you must try are the Canadian Prime Rib Burger, 8 oz Veal Tenderloin, and Balsamic & Rosemary Chicken. Don't forget to sip on their premium VQA wines from Niagara's vineyards to round out your day!



You can't just explore the whole of Niagara without delighting your senses in the aroma of open-flame grilling with great views of the falls and beyond by dining in the famous Table Rock House Restaurant! Dig into the upscale Canadian mains such as the mouthwatering Veal Tenderloin and the Striploin Steak, and sip on the world-class VQ wines straight out of Niagara's vineyards in this diner! 

You'll be treated by an award-winning chef who will cook Niagara-inspired cuisine to perfection right before your eyes! Dining at this restaurant means that you'll be supporting many craftspeople and growers of Ontario's agricultural sectors since Table Rock House Restaurant is Feast ON certified by the Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance – which recognizes that its ingredients are locally sourced. 

The brand-new Table Rock Patio boasts ethereal views of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls with tantalizing food like the tourists' favorite char-grilled burgers and pulled pork sandwiches. All this coupled with the illumination of the falls that takes place at dusk makes for a once-in-a-lifetime experience — so make sure to reserve a table at night!



Many people don't know that the Table Rock Centre which now houses the Table Rock House Restaurant was a museum before it turned into the "Table Rock House" in 1853. It got its famous name from the massive slab of rock that jutted out from the peak of the gorge wall which looked out over the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. That slab of rock or "table rock" broke down to some extent in 1818 and it continued to collapse throughout the 19th century. 

In 1885, the Queen Victoria Niagara Falls Park Act was passed which meant that the Ontario government would buy all the privately owned properties to demolish them altogether or renovate them as a way to restore the land to a natural state. As the Table Rock House was in a somewhat decent condition and situated in a profitable location, it was preserved to serve as the visitor center when it would be officially opened to the public on May 24th, 1888. 

Even though the center underwent many renovations under the Ontario Power Company, there was a need to build a new Table Rock House owing to the falls continuing to recede south. As a solution, in 1925 an open contest was held to construct a new building for this observation complex. The chosen champion of the contest, Findlay and Foulis, began to manufacture the new complex later that year, moving it even nearer to the scenic falls. 

The new complex was nestled south of the old building and was much more magnificent in scale and amenities (such as dressing rooms and catering). The renovations over the next century included an addition of "Table Rock South" in 1974 which housed a massive dining facility — the site of the famous Table Rock House Restaurant.