If you’re traveling around Nova Scotia’s Burntcoat Head Park, it’s likely that you’re there to see the tides roll in and out of the coves along the coastline. While you’re there, you might even run across one of the strangest sights in that otherwise vast natural landscape: A small group gathering for Dining on the Ocean Floor.
At the so-called restaurant, which is probably better described as a dining experience, you can’t walk in and expect a table. You can’t make a reservation with the hostess. You have to wait until the tide is all the way out, leaving the seabed at one of the Bay of Fundy’s coves exposed, a phenomenon that drops the sea-level by 52 feet and only happens every six hours and 13 minutes.
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Such a unique experience will cost you $350 per person or $675 for a couple, and every single date (the operation happens only seven times July through September) is sold out in 2017.