Okay, so maybe I didn’t eat all of these things in a year to myself…or maybe I did. It’s weird to think about all the things we’ve I’ve eaten in such a large amount of time. I do want to highlight everything that has opened on the Isle of Man this year and just kicked butt in general.
My year was strange. I missed TT and The Isle of Man food festival since I was in Canada. but that doesn’t mean that I wasn’t 100% excited by the Isle of Man food scene.
January – February – March
The Alpine, Noa Bakehouse, Morgans Pies sounds about right for January!
Pancake day came and went so I went to Noa naturally! I said goodbye to a friend leaving the island with a drink at Barbary Coast. I watched someone eat Kippers…I discovered The Good Health store in Port Erin. Annnd went to Noa a couple more times.
More Alpine, more Noa and tried some Kombucha for good measure that tasted like vinegar. Went to The Apline’s Korean Pop up night and had a planning session at Cornerhouse Coffee!
Roadtrip to ramsey! Birthday at Little Fish and more Noa all for good measure.
APRIL – MAY – JUNE
We visited Northern Ireland and tried what they had to offer!
First visit to Cycle 360 and Riley’s Garden Center.
Summer came into full swing and Smoo opened!!! I had a Stixx and tried the New Manilla Street Food Pop up.
JULY – AUGUST – SEPTEMBER
Visited Foraging Vintners, had more Smoo and celebrated Tynwald day.
Compton Vaults opened! Went to secret pizza for a birthday and went to Noa, duh!
Went on a date to New Hong Kong, Compton Vaults again and visited Liverpool for a long weekend!
Bought some Filipino snacks, Little Fish at The Bay opened and I ate more pizza.
We made numerous trips to The Italian Kitchen, tried traditional brazilian treats and went to secret pizza some more!
Had a roast at Cafe 2-6 and The Fishery Opened!
OCTOBER – NOVEMBER – DECEMBER
Cosy dinners at The Forge, Steamed buns from New Hong Kong and donuts!
Old favourites haunted, Noa Bakehouse, The Alpine and Patchwork Cafe to round out the year!