The Mnuw is one of the most unique restaurants and bars in Micronesia if not the world. She is a 170ft Phinisi schooner from Indonesia with 3 dining decks, 2 bars, and her kitchen all on board. Start your day with a gorgeous sunrise during breakfast or unwind after a full day of activities with a cold beer or tropical beverage while swapping sea stories.
Imagine, rough-hewn beams, teak walls, wall sconces, cozy nooks, the wooden aroma, and decoration of times gone by, intimate lighting, now you can “feel” our Restaurant.
Located on the main deck of the “SV Mnuw”, our very own hundred-year-old South Seas Schooner, enjoy the fine view through panoramic windows, and then let us pamper you.
The food is inspired by Asian, local, and European recipes with generous portions which are both wholesome and delicious. Daily delights such as homemade pizza, hamburgers and cheeseburgers, and fresh fish sandwiches can be found on the daily menu.
Top this off with our very own micro-brewed beer from our very own Stone Money Brewing Company and you begin to understand why this restaurant is hard to leave the venue.
On the roomy top deck of the Mnuw is our “Crow’s Nest Bar,” and there’s no finer place to imbibe a bit in the open air overlooking the sea. It is a great place to end a day of diving, sipping on a tropical beverage prepared right before your eyes, or an award winning tasty stone Money brew on tap. We serve our full menu from the restaurant up here as well.
On the GIGANTIC movie screen, we often show a mixture of Yap’s finest diving, guest productions, and mainstream movies. There’s nothing quite like watching a movie outside, on the deck of a schooner, on a tropical island, with a nice cold beverage after a day of breathtaking diving.
Living History Museum
Living History Museum
The Yap Living History Museum is a multipurpose institution created in 2005. Located in central Colonia, the well-kept museum grounds house several traditional buildings including a men’s house and a meeting house.
YLHM was created to preserve and promote Yapese heritage and history through exhibits and demonstrations of the living culture that still exists on Yap. The museum grounds also serve as a community activity center, hosts the monthly island market and several signature events each year.