A bit of history from InSauga.com:
Although there is precious little information online about him, the Niagara Falls Public Library Facebook page used Throwback Thursday to highlight a local dairy that delivered milk door-to-door on horse-drawn wagons back in 1915…
A series of restaurants and souvenir shops took advantage of the proximity to Clifton Hill and the Falls. John Fedor opened the Rainbow Restaurant in 1957, which was rebranded as the Hungarian Tavern in 1962.
Other businesses that existed in the area were Trade Winds Gift Shop, Howard Johnson’s Restaurant & Tavern, Mr Greek Restaurant, Ponderosa Steak House, Tony Roma’s and the ill-fated Johnny Peppers, which burned down in 2013.
The site is currently home to Chuck’s Roadhouse Bar and Grill.