It's easy to forget that Canada is home to one of the wonders of the world — and best of all, it's only two hours away by car. While many flock to nearby Niagara-on-the-Lake for its rustic charms, wineries and farm-to-table menus, Niagara Falls is actually home to some of the province's finest food.

Table Rock House Restaurant is the closest you can dine to the Canadian Horseshoe Falls, offering unparalleled views of the waterfall through its floor-to-ceiling windows. But it's not just about the unbeatable view of the falls — Niagara Parks’ Table Rock House Restaurant is Niagara’s best dining option, with an authentic taste of place you won't find anywhere else.

Chef Matthew Krupa has introduced a new menu at Table Rock House Restaurant that champions the freshest and most in-season local produce. With Krupa's direction, Niagara Parks' Table Rock House Restaurant uses vegetables and herbs grown in-house at the School of Horticulture and Botanical Garden.

Niagara Park | A chef pours gravy onto a dish at Table Rock House Restaurant

While working as a sous chef at Langdon Hall in Cambridge, a Relais and Chateaux property and coveted AAA Five Diamond venue, Krupa developed a keen cooking identity. After blending international flavours with old French-based cuisine, his passion for Niagara called him back to the area. 

Niagara Park | Chef Matthew Krupa at Table Rock House Restaurant

Krupa's innovative menu at the Feast On certified Table Rock House Restaurant — constantly updated to feature only the freshest local produce — has cemented his commitment to the province. In addition to the restaurant, Niagara Parks also has an open-air patio space at Table Rock, which will be incorporated into its newest culinary venture, Table Rock Bistro + Wine Bar, opening this spring/summer.

Niagara Park | A beautifully plated seafood dish at Table Rock House Restaurant

Plus, it's home to all of Niagara's best attractions. Journey Behind the Falls takes visitors on a journey deep into the bedrock, through a labyrinth of tunnels and cave-like portals, where you'll hear the thundering roar of the falls up close. Across the street, you'll also find the brand-new Niagara Parks Power Station + Tunnel: Explore the restored turn-of-the-century power station, then descend 180 feet in an elevator and explore the 2,200-foot-long tunnel and observation deck at the river's edge. 

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