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OCT 14- OCT 21, 2014

Dominicís Little River an Undiscovered Treasure Here

By Mike Hudson

October 14, 2014

Whether steak, pasta, chicken, or Dominic’s classic surf and turf, the presentation is splendid, the portions generous, the taste exquisite - and best of all - the price is fabulous.

Delicious food at reasonable prices.

That’s the story of Dominic’s Little River Bar & Grill, a LaSalle institution that refuses to rest on its laurels.

Located on the upper Niagara River on Buffalo Avenue, Dominic’s Little River is truly a diamond in the rough. The atmosphere and staff are great and there is a beautiful view from the outside dining area.

Dominic’s is nationally known for its seafood risotto, but try the chicken breast with spinach, bruschetta tomatoes, provolone cheese, roasted red pepper mashed potatoes You won’t be sorry!

For lunch, there’s a full selection of burgers, including buffalo and wild boar, along with pulled pork sandwiches, hot dogs, wings and different pasta dishes.

After 4 p.m., the chefs hand cut 14 different 100 percent certified black angus steaks, including the slow roasted prime rib for which Dominic’s Little River is justly renown. Cut it with a fork tender, the rare prime rib literally melts in your mouth.

As Chef John Jourdain, owner of Dominic’s Little River, explained, the demi-glace sauce that graces many dishes at the restaurant is a labor of love.

“A lot of restaurants will put demi-glace on a steak and it is out of a bag or a can. I roasted these veal bones for four or five hours and I cooked them for seven days to get the sauce that you had,” he said. “I always try to take it to the highest possible level that I can.”

To say that the cocktails and wine glasses at Dominic’s are amply poured would be an understatement. Service is fast and friendly and the park-like surroundings along the placid waters of the Little Niagara make for a wonderful dining experience.

Whether you’re looking for a new spot to catch the Bills on a Sunday afternoon, a fabulous Friday night fish fry, or just a place to relax, have a good meal and enjoy some live music on a Saturday night, try Dominic’s Little River Bar and Grill.

You’ll be glad you did!





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