1301 Queen Street East, Toronto, 416-406-1301
DRINKS: Full Bar
PRICE RANGE: $$
This place has the vibe of an Irish pub with a full menu of classic Irish fare. Menu favorites include: Bangers & Mash and Corned Beef with potatoes and carrots. Save room for the Dark Chocolate Brownie.
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In recent years there have been a number of incidents in which creels have been cut open and the contents stolen, so it’s not surprising that some of the fishermen have taken a disliking to the diving fraternity. I do not believe that many divers steal from creels, and I base my argument on the fact that fishermen bait and empty their gear early in the morning, long before most divers have managed to extract themselves from their beds. crabs and lobsters, what’s more, usually walk about in the open only after dark. In well over 30 years of diving, I have accidentally stumbled upon many creels and I can count on one hand how many contained a crustacean. At the western end of Mill Bus, the high kelp-covered reef ends in a steep slope down to the seabed at 10 metres before low jagged reefs take over, running south north in the same direction as the tide. The bottom gradually slopes down to the north, to 15 metres plus, where the kelp is very small and the seabed is flat rock. There are a few decent crabs about, but the tidal stream is strong and there is very little, if any, shelter from it. Fifty metres south of dive (6) and (7) is just shallow plateau of undulating, rocky kelp-covered ground, with little of interest unless you collect urchins, because there are plenty of them. Carry on south for another 100 metres and you arrive at a 3 metre wall, dropping down to sand and small weed-covered rocks at 9 metres. This is a very boring area and hardly worth the effort of getting wet.