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    Niagaralicious offers tasty dining options

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    From Bullet News Niagara:

    If you know someone coming to visit our city, here’s a program you, and they should know about:

    Falls Avenue Resort has just launched Niagaralicious, a brand-new culinary experience that offers guests and locals the opportunity to enjoy specially crafted dinner menus at some of the city’s best restaurants.

    In the program, guests can choose to pair a special dining experience with first-rate accommodations at the Sheraton on the Falls or Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls-Fallsview and indulge in a truly unique Niagara Falls experience – or just make awesome dinner reservations.

    Top Toronto chef Jamie Kennedy to open Niagara Falls restaurant

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    From the Buffalo News:

    Jamie Kennedy, the celebrated Toronto chef known for his committment to local, seasonal and organic food, will open his first Niagara Falls restaurant later this month.

    Windows by Jamie Kennedy will be unveiled on Feb. 25, offering fine dining with a view. Its 14th floor perch in Sheraton on the Falls affords diners panoramas of the famed cataracts.

    Seven plans offered for Falls site

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    From the Buffalo News:

    The city whose reputation as a honeymoon capital is often overshadowed by its reputation for urban decay is poised to get its first major downtown development — outside of the Seneca Niagara Casino — in some 30 years.

    City and state officials have confirmed that seven developers submitted proposals for a 38,000-square-foot site at 310 Rainbow Blvd.

    While details of the specific plans were not released, officials said they would like to see a mixed-use building rise on the site to fill the unmet downtown demand for retail, food, beverage, residential and hotel space around the falls.

    Niagara Falls – Bring lots of money << Ken's-Place

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    Someone with a WordPress blog has posted about a recent trip to Niagara Falls:

    “Bring lots of money”, that was my brother’s advice when I told him where we were going for our vacation. Turns out he knew what he was talking about. Despite finding clean, affordable accommodations within easy walking distance of the Falls, the biggest expense and surprise since arriving here is how much it costs to eat here. Thank goodness that breakfast is provided by the hotel. We have gone to a variety of places for lunch and dinner and with a few exceptions, the cost has been $25-$35 per adult. It’s a little cheaper for kids but not that much. There are lots of families for multiple kids in tow, I don’t know quite how they manage. Don’t get me wrong, service has been great, the food good but not outstanding.

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