Niagara Falls is one of North America's physical wonders, an awesome display of natural beauty that has been drawing visitors since the 1700s; even Napoleon's brother came here on his honeymoon. But the 20 million annual visitors who arrive to watch 4 million cubic feet of water plunge more than 150 feet per minute face a challenge once they've soaked up the splendor: What next? While the city of Niagara Falls is packed with hotels and casinos, fine dining is conspicuously absent.
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