You Can Dine In Sparkling Snow Globes & Cozy Cabins At Ontario's Magical Winter Courtyard

Sip mulled wine beneath the snowflakes!
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
You Can Dine In Sparkling Snow Globes & Cozy Cabins At Ontario's Magical Winter Courtyard

Eating dinner doesn't get more magical or Canadian than this. 

Ontario's snow globe dining experience lets you enjoy a meal in glowing domes and cozy cabins.

The pop-up event, called Winterfest In The Square, is taking place at the Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel in Niagara Falls.

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The historic courtyard has been transformed into a sparkling village of heated snow globes and cabins.

The globes feature twinkling lights and cozy fur throws, and the rustic cabins are filled with ornate decor.

The 3-course menu consists of seasonal dishes and drinks such as Bannock, Pumpkin Gnocchi, Quebec Sugar Shack Maple Taffy, and Mulled Wine.  

The experience will run throughout the winter, and you can contact the inn to book a spot for you and your bubble.

Enjoy a meal in an enchanting winter wonderland this season.

Winterfest In The Square

Price: $129.99 + tax per person

When: Throughout the winter

Address: 6080 Fallsview Blvd., Niagara Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: Experience an enchanting meal beneath the stars and snowflakes at these private snow globes and cabins.

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