745 Queen Street W, Toronto, 416-366-4743
DRINKS: Full Bar
SERVING: Lunch & Dinner
PRICE RANGE: $$
NEIGHBORHOOD: Niagara/West Queen West
This tiny back-alley eatery offers a menu of Afro-American/Afro-Caribbean inspired dishes fare. Live jazz on Monday nights. Favorites include: Fried Chicken (of course) and
Irie Coconut Fettuccini. Vegetarian and Gluten-Free choices available.
HARLEM UNDERGROUND MAP & ADDRESS & PHONE TORONTO Photo Gallery
She measured 42.79 m in length, with a 5.19-m beam and a 3.12-m draught. The single screw was powered by a 45-hp, two-cylinder compound steam engine that used one boiler. Rankin and Blackmore manufactured the machinery. Port of registration was Kirkcaldy. On 30 October 1876, the Folkestone brigantine Attwood, which was on passage from Granton for Boulogne with a cargo of coal, struck the Rock at 0900 hrs and sank; the crew was saved, but the vessel was a total loss. The steamer Arbutus sailed from Aberdeen in ballast on 13 January 1890 for passage to Seaham, but on 17 January 1890 she stranded on the Goldstone Rock; she was carrying a crew of twelve and four passengers. The sea was calm and the people all landed safely, but soon after they left the ship it broke in two, slid off the rock and sank.