I fully admit that I don’t go to the Skylon Tower very often, but I think was the first time I have seen Pizza Pizza open in a couple of years!
The main reason that people visit the Skylon Tower is to go up the tower for the view, or for the restaurant. If you’ve been there, you’ve probably also noticed that the bottom level has a large arcade. I don’t think I’ve ever seen more than 20 people or so in that area. There is also a small food court with 4 fast food outlets. At one point there was a Mr. Submarine, Pizza Pizza, Dairy Queen, and a generic one. Now Mr. Sub and Dairy Queen are closed up. The signs are up for the other two, but who knows if they are actually going to be open. I don’t remember the last time I saw any of them open.
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From the St Catharines Standard:
The Niagara Parks Commission, host of the longest-running fireworks series in Canada, has announced the season will officially begin Friday with the free Coca-Cola concert series starting at 8 p.m. at Queen Victoria Park’s illumination stage in Niagara Falls.
This will be followed by the sights and sounds of the Pizza Pizza Falls Fireworks at 10 p.m.
The parks commission will light up the skies every Friday, Sunday and holiday from Friday to Sept. 6.