News posted in July, 2014Clear
One11 Chophouse is the latest addition to the burgeoning culinary scene in St. John's. Occupying suite one hundred and eleven in the historic Murray Premises (hence the name), they specialize in in-house dry-aged top cuts of beef, Australian Wagyu, fresh oysters and seafood, and a top-notch wine list. I had the pleasure of joining Executive Chef Kenny Pittman and General Manager Grant Fowler for a taste of St. John's newest premier Chophouse.
The roar of the engine cuts out and everything is silent. I hold my breath and scan the waters for a sign of life. Suddenly a glistening black and white tail flicks up and into view. "Go! Go! Go!" screams the Skipper and I plunge into the icy waters. As I swim I look through my mask into the deep and see a giant directly below me - there's no turning back now, I'm swimming with humpbacks.
Newfoundland is not only scenically stunning, but it's also a place full of natural wonders. Here within, some notable natural landscapes you can explore when visiting our beautiful province.
Archaeologists at the Colony of Avalon site in Ferryland have unearthed a copper crucifix that dates to the time of George Calvert’s dream of religious freedom in British North America. The artifact will be on display at the Colony of Avalon’s Interpretation Centre starting July 16th.