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Top Choice Seafood in Douglas

Little Fish Cafe

Superb seafood presented in a variety of ways, from hake with mustard and lemon butter to a Kerala-style fish curry. For brunch, the Queenie Po'Boy – battered Manx queenies (queen scallops), paprika mayo and avocado…
Museum in Douglas

Manx Museum & National Art Gallery

This modern museum begins with an introductory film to the island's 10,000-year history and then races through it, making various stops including Viking gold and silver, the history of the Tynwald, the island's inte…
Cocktail Bar in Douglas

Bath & Bottle

A cocktail bar styled like a gin joint from the roaring twenties – it does excellent cocktails and on Wednesdays at 8pm there are classic films in the Speakeasy Cinema.
Seafood in Douglas

Tanroagan

The place for all things from the sea, this elegant restaurant serves fresh fish straight off the boats, giving them the merest of continental twists or just a spell on the hot grill. Reservations are recommended.
Modern British in Douglas

14North

An old timber merchant's house is home to this smart restaurant specialising in local dishes including pickled herring, lamb rump and, of course, queenies (queen scallops) – all sourced locally, of course.
Pub in Douglas

Rover's Return

Unassuming pub specialising in the local brew, Bushy Ales.
Bar in Douglas

Bar George

An elegant option for a glass of wine.