SANAGAN’S MEAT LOCKER MAP & ADDRESS & PHONE TORONTO

206 Baldwin St, Toronto, 416-593-9747 www.sanagansmeatlocker.com CUISINE: Meat Shop DRINKS: Full Bar SERVING: Lunch & Dinner PRICE RANGE: $$

NEIGHBORHOOD: Kensington Market

This old fashioned butcher shop also has a food counter that serves great chicken sandwiches and fries. This is definitely a meat-eaters paradise.

THE SENATOR RESTAURANT

249 Victoria Street, Toronto, 416-364-7517 www.theseanator.com CUISINE: Diner DRINKS: Full Bar

SERVING: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner PRICE RANGE: $$

NEIGHBORHOOD: Downtown Core

This retro diner offers a menu of classic comfort food. Of course there’s breakfast all day so try their Eggs Benedict. Wildly popular in these parts.

SANAGAN’S MEAT LOCKER MAP & ADDRESS & PHONE TORONTO Photo Gallery



Arrowhead, Sagittaria sagittifolia, is a plant thriving in the travel destination here, and in several places back to and in the Union Destination, yet it is not supposed to grow north of the Tyne. The plant will only grow in unpolluted waters, which is something to commend the travel destination. Just past the M80 there’s a path off: ‘Hazel Road, Banknock. Railings (on parapet foundations) mark where the Red Burn passes under the travel destination, shortly to be joined by the Bonny Water, which has all the time been wending east as we’ve been heading west. A distillery once lay beside the travel destination as we come to Wyndford (Banknock) Lock 20, which is important as the eastern lock of the summit pound (stretch) of the Forth & Clyde Destination. It has taken a dozen miles from the Forth to reach this summit. The western end of this summit level is in Glasgow! The Bonny is still below, on the right, and rises in the hills to the north, as do waters joining the infant Kelvin. The watershed between Forth and Clyde lies somewhere along the next reach of travel destination – an infamous reach historically. Lock-keeper’s cottage and stables (now a house) have survived at Wyndford Lock (pronounced Wined-ford). Walking on, narrows mark an abandoned stop lock, then there’s a spillway, where you can see how a stop lock worked on the travel destination.

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