Dine to the sound of the water fountain surrounding the statue of the renowned playwright and literary genius, George Bernard Shaw, whose contemporary works have enhanced the cultural repertoire of the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The outdoor patio overflows with colourful flowers and lush foliage – a signature of the café.
Came in on a breezy cold day. The advertisement of soup, drew us in. The wait staff did not close the front door despite another patron asking them to. Ordered a charcuterie board to have it show...
I had the quiche which was a frozen with saute mushrooms on top and some bagged cheese. The salad dressing tasted like oil. All for just under $18.00. My husbands fish and chips was mediocre. Frozen...
The restaurant we were planning on going to was closed for Labour Day. We walked by this place and decided to try it. After sitting down I headed to the basement to use the washroom, it was...