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A mere sandwich throw from Niagara Falls, East Side Mario's is found within the Four Points by Sheraton Niagara Fallsview Hotel, directly across the street from Fallsview Casino. Below elegant chandeliers, Mario's red and white checked tablecloths support grilled salmon, juicy steak, and Italian-imported pastas slathered in spicy arrabbiata or pesto alfredo. The doors of the kitchen part as servers emerge bearing Sicilian-style pizzas fresh from the sweltering interior of a stone oven.

Through the steam rising from Mario's all-you-can-eat garlic homeloaf, diners can peer at the framed mirrors hanging on gold walls. After enjoying wine or cocktails at Mario's polished wooden bar, guests can question servers about Four Points hotel accommodations or the strength needed to hurl a pizza across Niagara Falls and into the mouth of a waiting American.

170 University Ave W
Waterloo,
ON
CA

YoYo's Yogurt Cafe believes that a good frozen yogurt is like a fine wine, as both treats require deft cultivation in order to reward taste buds with flavour and health-boosting benefits. Self-serve machines churn a rotating menu of six, fat-free flavours of frozen yogurt, each blended from a fresh, liquid base chock-full of probiotic cultures that fortify the digestive system and re-kindle its interest in modern art. This friendly flora can counteract mild to moderate lactose intolerance, making the frosty treats safe for sensitive tummies.

255 King Street North
Waterloo,
ON
CA

For $15 you get $30 worth of food and drinks on Friday and Saturday For $12 you get $24 worth of food and drinks on Sunday – Thursday

55 Northfield Dr E
Waterloo,
ON
CA

Philthy McNasty's ironic moniker reflects its commitment to pleasing sports- and party-oriented patrons. The menu of pub fare and pasta packs enough gustatory gusto to feed two dining levels, starting with wings spun in choice of more than 20 sauces ($10.99 for 1 pound). The Prime Minister burger layers mozzarella, cheddar, bacon, sautéed mushrooms, and two giant onion rings atop a half pound of ground sirloin ($12.99), and pastas include the tuxedo chicken, providing postprandial comfort with roasted red peppers, alfredo sauce, bowtie pasta, sliced chicken breast, and choice of bedtime story ($10.99 lunch, $14.99 dinner). Patrons can also cruise out to the patio or punctuate celebratory jazz hands while watching games with a buffalo-chicken sandwich, a triumphant union of fowl and beast ($11.99).

50 Westmount Road North
Waterloo,
ON
CA

As you don an apron and look around the SupperWorks kitchen, you might wonder if you've stepped into the body of a gourmet chef?sous-chefs unseen have chopped and sliced every ingredient imaginable, and now it's up to you to bring each entree to life. The epicurean fantasy continues as staff members begin leading you from station to station on a quest to create 6, 9, or 12 entrees. Each is perfect for freezing and cooking later when you're pressed for time.

SupperWorks' recipes change from month to month?entrees could include pork tenderloin and prosciutto in puff pastry, beef-and-mushroom goulash, and veggie-packed chili. But one thing doesn't change: the easy meal assembly.

All of the planning, shopping, washing, and prepping is done in advance, and the staff cleans up each station as dishes are completed. When the session ends after an hour or two, they'll send you home with easy-to-follow cooking instructions. SupperWorks also keeps prepared meals on hand for patrons to pop in and pick up at a moment's notice.

283 Northfield Drive East
Waterloo,
ON
CA

If there is one thing you shouldn't do at {FRITES}, it is call fries a side dish. That's because chefs take special care to make their authentic Belgian-style frites an entree in its own right. They start with premium Canadian potatoes, which they hand cut into thick slices before double frying them in gluten-free canola oil for a crisp, golden exterior and soft interior. They then customize these fries with classic double-layered poutine gravy and cheese, or with a blend of house sauces and gourmet toppings. It is with these 25+ sauces that chefs showcase their ability to please a range of palates without just topping everything with assorted jelly beans. They create everything from Korean hot-pepper sauce to mesquite barbecue and rosemary garlic, which can be drizzled over fries or the house's side of hot dogs.

258 King Street North
Waterloo,
ON
CA