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5 things you didn’t realise were grown on the Isle of Wight

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With it’s unique microclimate, the Isle of Wight is the perfect place to grow produce that wouldn’t grow in many other parts of the UK. Along with some of the Islands more famous exports. For example; garlic, asparagus and tomatoes. The produce grown, farmed and made on the Isle of Wight is endless… Here are our top 5 things you…

5 Places to Grab a Slice

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Pizza, it can come in many forms… from your perfectly rounded standard pepperoni, right through to malformed handmade beauties. Over the last decade pizza has come a long way, with most restaurants throwing their twist on the classic into the mix. It’s one of those foods that just hits the spot whatever the mood or occasion, and even though it’s…

Valentine's Day Isle of Wight

Valentine’s Restaurants on the Isle of Wight

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It is officially February and the season of love is upon us with Valentine’s Day celebrated on the 14th February. Wondering where to take your loved one for a romantic meal? Check out our guide to places to eat on the Isle of Wight this Valentine’s Day.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by The Garlic…

5 Pubs to Cosy-up In

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As the nights draw in and the temperature drops, it’s time to seek solace in a warm pub, preferably with a roaring fire and a good beer on tap. Here’s our pick of the Island’s cosiest pubs to hunker down in. The Dairyman’s Daughter, Arreton Tucked away in the lee of the downs is this pretty pub. With one of…

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