Niagara Falls: What To See, Do & Eat in Port Dalhousie
By Renee Blodgett on October 12, 2011
There are plenty of things to do and see in the Niagara Falls Region. Besides the Falls, there are several wineries and of course restaurants, cafes and boutiques. Visitors here tend to stay on the main highway and see only the main sites.
I usually do that too. But this time, I changed it up a bit. Besides, sitting at a winery and having someone explain how to drink it and what flavors I should be tasting gets old. And I’m not one to argue. If you tell me that a wine has a hint of pear, I will believe you. My wine tasting skills are not refined in the least.
That being said, I recently re-visited the area and decided to explore more than just the traditional. See things off the beaten track, come back with different experiences.
Port Dalhousie has often been one of those overlooked spots. Always intended to go but never did. Until now. Picturesque, the town is located on the harbour surrounded by sailboats. Known for its party atmosphere, it’s also truly is a soothing, quaint little place with friendly people.
But the question remained: Where can I get some non-pub food around here?
We asked around. The answer we kept getting back was, Treadwell. They pride themselves on farm to table food. Actually, the farms are literally within only a few miles of the restaurant so anything less than fresh and delicious would have been a disappointment.
Luckily, it wasn’t.
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