East Side Mario's Queenston Road
Come empty, leave full! We are committed to creating dining experiences for our guests that capture the youthful and fun expression of today’s Italian lifestyle. We are the Home of All You Can Eat, delivering great value to our guests with all you can eat pastas, soup or salad, and garlic homeloaf. And, we deliver amore in everything we do!
If you know Italians, you know that family comes first. At East Side Mario’s, your family is our family! Our restaurant is family-owned and operated, and everything we do in our restaurant is to create a better experience for you, our extended family. Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, or just a family dinner out, we know that you come to East Side Mario’s to make your occasion special, and we work hard to exceed your expectations.
Edward Jones - Stoney Creek
Erland Lee (Museum) Home, Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
The Erland Lee (Museum) Home is a National Historic Site of Canada, owned & operated by the Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario (FWIO). The building was originally constructed in 1808 as a 1.5 story log cabin on a 100-acre farm where John & Mary (Moore) Lee raised their eleven children and grew fruit, grain, and livestock.
By 1873, after two periods of renovation under the direction of Abram Lee, the home stood as the beautiful of Carpenter Gothic Revival architecture it is today.
In 1897, the first Women's Institute was formed in the Lee family's dining room, its constitution penned by Janet (Chisholm) Lee.
The home was purchased from the Lee family by the FWIO and opened as a museum celebrating the Women's Institute and community history in 1972.
Come on by and experience for yourself the elegance and tranquility of Victorian life on the breathtaking rural Niagara Escarpment.