133 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, 416-925-2143
www. ciaowinebar. com
DRINKS: Full Bar
SERVING: Lunch & Dinner
PRICE RANGE: $$$
This wine bar offers a menu of classic Italian fare in a 3-level venue. Menu includes delicious appetizers and main dishes like lobster ravioli and tuna Carpaccio. Lengthy wine list.
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It is also wise to use a surface marker buoy and to fly the A’ flag too, because the trip boats pass quite close to this site on their return journey to Seahouses. Depth to the seabed averages around 8-12 metres. About 250 metres inshore of the Shorestone Buoy and around 250 metres north of the last dive site are two more nice reefs, also running parallel with each other in a west-east direction. They slope up out of the sand at the western end to about 3-4 metres, then slope back down on to sand after about 100 metres, but they have some interesting holes and crevices halfway along. The centre stretch has long kelp and tangleweed growing over the overhangs on the south cliff faces, while the surrounding seabed consists of sand and lots of common starfish. There is a strong tidal run, especially on the springs, and surface marker buoys should be used at this site because of its exposed position and the passing boat traffic to and from the Farnes. The coastline north of the Shorestone Outcars has a number of rocky outcrops which lead onto sand just after the very lowest spring tide level. First, are the Shorestone Rocks, then the Monks House Rocks, on the south side of what used to be the ancient North Sunderland harbour, which the monks would have used when visiting Farne Island. A quarter of a mile north of the old harbour, the Greenhill Rocks protrude a bit further out to sea from the beach. They are hardly worth diving around, because they too just lead onto sand, below the low tide mark.