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Trick or Sweet Treats?

There are plenty of treats, as well as a few tricks, this Halloween, so we’ve taken the hard work out of finding five of the best sweet shops the Island has to offer…


Six sizzling sausages

Long gone are the days where you came home from school to have a simple pork sausage, chips and beans dinner. Butchers have gone into competition to create the most exquisite sausages. Using quality meat, herbs and spices the humble sausage is now a masterpiece.


Eat your way around the world… without leaving the Island

The Isle of Wight is known as England in miniature but within this little mini UK you can explore the world through your taste buds. 16th October is World Food Day so what better time to try something new?


Choccy-woccy doo dah!

As if we need a specific date to celebrate chocolate, everyday is chocolate appreciation day isn’t it? The week of 14th October is Chocolate Week - YES the entire week!


You’ll always have a pizza my heart

Has there ever been a more perfect pairing than pizza and beer? The staple of any girls or lads night in and with 9th October being national Pizza and Beer Day there’s no excuse not to indulge.


Go veggie for a day

A day that’s observed all around the world, 1st October marks World Vegetarian Day. Whether you're veggie or a carnivore, you can appreciate the offering that many specialist restaurants and also traditional pubs are now giving those who opt for a vegetarian diet.

Open for business!

Find out what’s open, who’s delivering and where you can get a takeaway from in our hub of information detailing what services pubs, restaurants, cafés and shops are offering at this unsettled time.

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