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Rainforest Cafe leaflet

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Since the arrival of Casino Niagara, Niagara Falls has changed immensely. Perhaps the quickest change was in the food & beverage industry in the city. Almost right away “brand-name” restaurants came into the city. It started with Planet Hollywood and the Hard Rock Cafe and continues today. One of the more recent ones has been the Rainforest Cafe. You can’t miss the entrance to it… there is a giant volcano near the bottom of Clifton Hill! They often will have someone out in the plaza area with a snake, and there is a small shark exhibit in the souvenir shop.

I’ve scanned their promotional leaflet and included the text below:

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Front of leaflet:

Rainforest Cafe
Niagara Falls
Free Shark Exhibit
Falls Avenue
Under the Volcano
On Clifton Hill

Rainforest Cafe
Niagara Falls
Free
Complimetnary Gift
with a merchandise purchase of $15 or more.

Back of leaflet:

Rainforest Cafe
Niagara Falls
Your advenure begins here…
An adventure in casual dining
80 foot erupting volcano
Live shark (FREE) exhibit
Unique shopping
Animatronic elephants & gorillas
Daily live animal encounters

Directions:
From the Rainbo Bridge:
Take the first right immediately after customs. Turn left on Hiram, and left again on Ontario.
From QEW/Hwy 420:
Take QEW to 420 toards the Rainbow Bridge and “The Falls” to Falls Avenue.

Rainforest Cafe
Niagara Falls
Located at Clifton Hill & Falls Ave.
5875 Falls Avenue, Niagara Falls,
Ontario, Canada L2E 6W7
905-374-CAFE (2233)
One per customer. No cash value.

PDF IconI have also created a PDF file of the leaflet if you’d like to download it and see it in full size/colour. You can download it here:
Rainforest Cafe leaflet

This was almost exactly the same as the last version. The back is exactly the same. The front used to have a picture of 2 kids with a snake wrapped around them. Now there is a picture of the volcano. You can see the older leaflet here.

You can see pictures of the Rainforest Cafe in the AccessNiagara Rainforest Cafe Image Gallery (remember, the pictures never look as good as the real thing).

Planet Hollywood leaflet

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The arrival of Casino Niagara brought a lot of bigger name restaurants to the Niagara area. Planet Hollywood was one of the first. They have a large building, with handprints out front of numerous celebrities, and the usual entertainment memorabilia inside. I’ve only eaten there once (had a burger), and I looked around almost the entire time. There is a lot to see!

I’ve scanned their promotional leaflet and included the text below:

Front of leaflet:

Planet Hollywood
Niagara Falls
Eat, Drink and Feel famous

Falls Avenue
Next to The Hershey Store

Back of leaflet:

Planet Hollywood
Niagara Falls

Inspired by film and television, Planet Hollywood is full of excitement and glamour. With rare memorabilia and superb, freshly prepared cuisine…
there’s no place like Planet Hollywood.

Directions
From the Rainbow Bridge:
Take the frist right immediately after Canadian Customs. Turn left on Hiram, and left again on Ontario.
From the QEW/Hwy 420:
Toward the Rainbow Bridge and ‘the Falls’ to Falls Avenue.

Also visit
Planet Hollywood Toronto
227 Front Street West (416) 596-7827

Front of coupon:

Preset this coupon and receive a
FREE CAP

Back of coupon:

Planet Hollywood
905-374-8332
On Falls Avenue
With merchandise purchase of $40 or more. One coupon per customer.

PDF IconI have also created a PDF file of the leaflet if you’d like to download it and see it in full size/colour. You can download it here:
Planet Hollywood leaflet

The back of the previous leaflet is exactly the same. The front has changed slightly. There used to be a big picture of N’Sync and Britney Spears. The newer leaflet has a picture of Sylvester Stalone, Jackie Chan, and 2 kids eating. In 2003 it said that it was next to Casino Niagara. The 2005 leaflet says it is next to the Hershey Store. You can see the older leaflet here.

You can see pictures of Planet Hollywood Niagara Falls in the AccessNiagara Planet Hollywood Niagara Falls Gallery (remember, the pictures never look as good as the real thing).

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