Having been to Spago in Las Vegas, DH and I thought we would lunch at the one in Niagara Falls. We were very under whelmed. The large restaurant only had about five – six tables full during lunch hour (12:30) on a Tuesday in peak tourism season (August).
It was not a good start. They brought us some bread that was at least a day old with butter. Nothing compared to the fresh bread and unique spreads we enjoyed at the Vegas location.
I ordered a pizza and asked for them to change the type of cheese. They were very accommodating with this request and offered me a few options. My husband ordered the kobe beef hamburger. Our waitress informed us they were out of it. She said (in a surprised manner) that it was a popular item that day and every table was ordering it. Gee, of course, a kobe hamburger for $16.
We then opted to share the pizza and a salad. Both the pizza and salad were enjoyable. We may visit again when we go back, but our expectations are low.
Total bill with tax and tip, and one large bottle of mineral water was $40.