Coffee shops and cafes, is there a better backdrop for a catch up with friends or family? Have some exciting news to share? Cappuccino. In need of advice or a pick me up? Espresso. Whether you’re a coffee aficionado, tea drinker, hot chocolate lover or simply enjoy the welcoming warmth of a café, the Isle of Man has you covered with its vibrant café scene.  

Sit back with a brew and check out our list of some of the Island’s most popular cafes and coffee shops – its better latte than never to catch up with friends this winter.


Old Market Hall, Douglas

A vibrant café and coffee shop in the heart of Douglas, Noa is open seven days a week serving cakes, bakes, breakfast, brunch, lunch and, most importantly, coffee. The bakehouse, based on North Quay, works with a network of more than 20 local suppliers to showcase some of the Island’s best ingredients.

Cycle 360

Isle of Man Business Park, Douglas

A unique and exciting place where cycling, fitness and café culture all meet under one roof. Cycle 360 are committed to creating fresh and flavoursome food for people who value quality and health, offering the most varied milk options you can choose from for your coffee.


9 Ridgeway Street, Douglas

Vibrant, Inspiring, Beautiful, Eating is the ethos behind this plant-based café, the first of its kind on the Isle of Man. An urban oasis café in the centre of Douglas, expect exciting, delicious and nutritious drinks and dishes. Vibe's plant-based menus are brimming with beautiful whole foods and nourishing ingredients, carefully sourced and freshly prepared from scratch in house.

Roots by the Sea

26 Shore Road, Peel

A seaside café that specialises in coffee, cakes and bagels. Roots by the Sea serves their own blend of coffee, locally roasted on the Island. Their homemade baked goods will call you to the sea, and in true Island-style, they meet most weekends for sea dips at Peel Beach. What better way to warm up afterwards than an artisan coffee and homemade brownie?

The Shed

The Promenade, Laxey

A quirky, cosy, artisan beachside café on the far end of Laxey Promenade. Open all year round, you’re guaranteed a warm and friendly welcome at The Shed. During winter, grab a blanket, a cake and a drink of choice and cosy up to an outdoor heater as you watch the winter waves crashing over Laxey Beach – therapeutic level: 100.   

The Sugarloaf Cafe

Bay View Road, Port St Mary

A community-focused café in Port St Mary, a small fishing village in the south of the Island, The Sugarloaf Café is a great place to eat, relax and enjoy home cooked food in a warm and friendly environment. Creating an atmosphere of the classic ‘coffee shop’, The Sugarloaf Café offers a wide range of delicious cakes and artisan coffee.

Victory Cafe

Mountain Road, Snaefell

A must visit for food lovers and bike lovers alike, Victory Café is based in a renovated rotar radar station situated on the Island’s famous TT Mountain Road. Motorcycling memorabilia, a cinema showing TT racing highlights, a souvenir shop and a cosy fire can all be found within this unique café.

The Tea Junction

14 Castle Street, Douglas

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at The Tea Junction. The Island’s first true tea shop, The Tea Junction offers something for everyone, with mouth-watering afternoon teas, loose leaf tea and infusions, homemade sandwiches, cakes, macarons, pastries. An intimate and relaxed experience, ensuring an enjoyable experience each and every time.

The Alpine

5 Regent Street, Douglas

A cosy café with an emphasis on super fresh and healthy food. Everything is made with local Manx produce as far as possible and is designed to make you feel good. Whether it’s a nutritious, vitamin boosting salad, or a piece of throw your hands in the air like you just don’t care chocolate cake indulgence, The Alpine has you covered.

Conrod's Coffee Shop

74 Parliament Street, Ramsey

Founded by local TT legend, Conor Cummins, the vision was to combine two passions: motorcycles and coffee, and voila, a motorcycle-themed coffee shop. Located in the heart of Conor’s hometown, Ramsey, you can find a great selection of coffee, cakes and fresh locally produced food at Conrod's.

The Laxey Glen

Glen Gardens, Laxey

A café situated in a beautiful glen, The Laxey Glen is the perfect spot for a cosy catch up. Offering delicious drinks for every occasion, you can enjoy their freshly ground homemade coffee blend, or nourishing hot chocolate with all of the trimmings. All ingredients are sourced as locally as possible to support the Island’s producers, offering great quality and value to their customers as a way of giving back to the local economy.

The Island is home to an abundance of delightful cafe and coffee shops, so much so that this blog would be endless if we listed them all! Below is a roundup of additional establishments you can visit whilst here:

The LoveIOM Gift Card, which has been designed to incetivise shopping locally, can be used at a varierty of cafes and coffee shops based on the Island. Click here to find out where you can spend your card.