Something is happening on our little Isle! There are new places to satisfy our tastebuds (and cocktail cravings!) popping up every other week, and it’s flippin’ exciting.
In our latest round up of hot spots to visit, we’ve got a list that’s guaranteed to keep the winter blues at bay. Go check ’em out!
After months of anticipation, South opened it’s doors on Port Erin promenade last evening.
Offering delicious small plates, a brunch menu to rival many AND an Instagram wall for those perf ‘gram photos…you should defo head down to Port Erin this weekend to have your mind blown!
Open Thursday – Sunday. Full opening times & menus detailed on the South Facebook Page.
Situated on Prospect Hill, Boho provides casual dining for lunch and dinner. Serving a mix of Mediterranean and North African cuisine, Boho is the perfect place to go and get cosy this autumn.
For more information like how to book and their opening times, head to the Boho Facebook page.
The Laxey Glen
After changing ownership, the beautiful Laxey Glen Cafe is now refurbed and open for brunch, lunch, coffee and cake!
Head to the Laxey for an autumnal walk through the Glen and refuel in the cafe. Sounds like the perfect weekend activity to us!
AND…ON THE HORIZON…
A well known firm fave for pre & post theatre drinks, Sir Norman’s in the Sefton Hotel is currently undergoing a refurb from the insanely talented ladies at Rehab2, and will be reopening just in time for the Christmas period.
Keep your eyes on the Sir Norman’s Facebook page to be kept up to date.
Ou est le Discothèque WE HEAR YOU CRY?!
LOCH PROMENADE MY FRIENDS!
Flinging open it’s (frankly fabulous) doors on Thursday 22nd November is Peggy’s – the Island’s latest bar offering. Peggy’s will be serving food throughout the 6 week pop-up period, and has bookable booth areas for all your bezzies.
Head to peggys.im to find out more and be sure to follow the bar on social media @whothefispeggy to be kept up to date.
Rumoured to be opening in Q1 of 2019, ‘1886’ bar and restaurant is opening in the old Post Office building on Regent Street.
With an approx. max capacity of 700, and with a floor dedicated entirely to those over 25…this is definitely a venue the Island has been screaming for!
ISN’T IT ALL JUST SO EXCITING!?