4 Avenue Rd, Toronto, 416-925-0648
DRINKS: Full Bar
PRICE RANGE: $$$$
NEIGHBORHOOD: The Annex
The infamous Morton’s offers its classic menu of aged prime beef, seafood and traditional steakhouse fare. Favorites include: Center-cut filet mignon and Signature cut prime New York Strip. Save room for their legendary hot chocolate cake.
MORTON’S, THE STEAKHOUSE MAP & ADDRESS & PHONE TORONTO Photo Gallery
This site is about level with the centre of Megstone and directly south of dive (6). I stumbled upon it during a drift dive from dive (6) when the tide was flooding. There is a large 4-metre pile of flat rocks, resembling extra large paving stones in a heap, but spread out and forming some nice deep cracks and overhangs where all sorts of marine life shelter. Unfortunately the surrounding seabed is mostly rather flat rock with lots of short kelp. On the east side of Megstone, and approximately halfway along it, is an area of large boulders covered in kelp with depths in the 10 metre range. The rest of the bottom is flat stony ground but there is the odd chance of picking up some crustaceans under the overhang of the boulders. The current is very strong on both ebb and flood, with very little shelter as it sweeps round the Megstone. Megstone is actually split at the north end by a V-shaped narrow canyon, running almost half the length of the island. The depth at the entrance is about 4-5 metres with kelp, but becomes shallower towards the centre of the island. If there is any swell on the sea, the canyon should be avoided, because the water is rammed right up onto the rocks in the centre of Megstone.