580A College St, Toronto, 647-785-3557
DRINKS: Full Bar
PRICE RANGE: $$$$
NEIGHBORHOOD: Little Italy
This unique restaurant offers a new menu every week that focuses on one animal – this place celebrates cooking and eating the entire animal. You don’t know which animal (pig, duck, goose ) is featured until you get to your table. One seating per night beginning at 7 p.m.
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You can also come across little hairy sea potato urchins in the same area. The current is rather strong on the flood after mid tide and the surface can get a bit confused when the water races over The Bridges and comes south over Knoxes Reef from the north. This is another nice novice dive at low water, onto huge boulders inside Knoxes Reef. Carpeted in heavy kelp, the reef edge drops onto sand at 5 or 6 metres and is fairly well sheltered from any currents. When the water starts coming over Knoxes Reef on the flood, it causes a bit of disturbance on the surface, but is quiet on the bottom amongst the kelp and boulders. There is a reasonable amount of marine life under the boulders and a few whelks out on the sand. About 70 metres off the end of Knoxes Reef at low tide and a little south, there is a submerged kelp-covered reef. It is easy to locate with an echo sounder, because most of the bay is just sand. There is a steep sloping rock wall coming up about 3 metres to a rocky, undulating, kelp-covered plateau. Depth to the top of the plateau is about 10-12 metres and gradually deepens over the next 150 metres out into Staple Sound before sloping away steeply onto sand at 17 metres.