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Located at the Festival Theatre. Begin your theatre experience in our Lobby Café, featuring menu items created by our chefs. Sit by the pond, inside the lobby or under the wisteria arbour. Enjoy a glass of Niagara wine with one of our fresh cold entrées, sandwiches and salads, soups or desserts. Come for lunch or a light dinner before Festival Theatre performances. Open at noon, prior to 2pm performances and at 6:30pm, prior to 8pm performances.
Multi-dealer co-op located on scenic wine route 6km west of town. Open 10am to 5pm, 7 days a week.
Treat yourself to four-diamond dining with an inspired menu, chic ambiance and unparalleled service.
A Niagara tradition since 1967. Home-made fudge, almond, cashew, peanut brittles made fresh daily. Pure maple products and TY Beanies.
The view is breath-taking. Waterfront patio or clubhouse dining at the oldest course in North America. Lunch for two $40. Dinner for two with wine $100.
North America’s oldest golf course. Breath-taking views, waterfront dining and patio open to the public. 9 holes $31-$35.50; 18 holes $42-$55.
Tantalizing tapas and entrees infused with OLiV’s extra virgin olive oil and true balsamic vinegar. Dinner for two with wine approximately $100.
Private tours, tastings, events and lunch or dinner in the Winery Restaurant. Open daily from 10am to 9pm.
Niagara’s landmark restaurant since 1824. A special gastronomic experience. Selected Niagara wines.
Classically inspired cuisine. Lovely dining-room/patio. Stunning sunset views over our vineyards. Lunch for two: $40-$60. Dinner for two: $100-$160.
Visit the gallery to experience art in a unique setting overlooking the Niagara River in Queenston.
Prepared fresh daily by Shaw Festival chefs, the Shaw picnic includes your choice of artisanal sandwich, caprese salad on locally-grown greens, seasonal fruit, homemade dessert and bottled water: $15.95. Book in advance. Prices per person, plus tax. Available prior to Festival Theatre matinee performances, May to October.
Canada’s oldest inn. Steps to theatres. Authentic English pub serving award-winning British food, 24 beers on tap/local wines. Live bands Wednesday (peak season), Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Large groups welcome. Late-night menu until 12:30am. Dinner for two approximately $50.
At the Festival Theatre; open year-round. A theatre store featuring books, scripts, music and stationary.
Critically-acclaimed restaurant, located steps from the Royal George Theatre. Open kitchen. Renowned VQA wine list. Wine bar open for pre- and post-Shaw casual dining and drinks. Lunch for two $60. Dinner for two with wine $150.
From tasting out in the vineyard to exploring the underground sparkling wine cellar, there is something to suit every taste. Open daily from 10am to 9pm.
This section of The Shaw website is intended to help you plan your visit to Niagara-on-the-Lake. All hotels, bed-and-breakfasts, restaurants, wineries, shops and services listed are paid advertisements, and operators have the right to describe their premises as they choose. While the Shaw Festival encourages these establishments to maintain the highest standards of service, we cannot be responsible for an individual operator’s service or policies.