Restaurants

Bar cafe in Pilrig area on Leith Walk. Serves vegan.

Venue is available for parties and events. Sometimes has live music and comedy.

The City Art Centre is a bright modern space in a former warehouse next to Waverley Station. Houses one of the most extensive collections of Scottish art, including artists from the Edinburgh School. Temporary exhibitions are often of a more populist tone, accessible and interactive.

17th-century Prestonfield is a five-star boutique hotel with 23 lavishly decorated rooms and suites and a celebrated restaurant (the hotel is owned by James Thomson, owner of Edinburgh’s Witchery by t

Leith Walk pub that opened in November 2015, serving bottled craft beers & wines and draughts and a largely pescatarian and vegetarian menu.

Cowgate venue with bar and restaurant serving burgers and beers on the ground floor and a performance room/stage on the first floor level.

28 Queen Street is an impressive four-storey Georgian building, comprising a suite of modern and elegant rooms, open to members of the whisky imbibing society and non-member alike.

Gourmet burgers with local and import ales on the Royal Mile.

Meeting Point for a walking tour - wait outside - during Fringe.

A 15th century tenement house at the top of the Royal Mile, just below Edinburgh Castle Esplanade, that has a (visible) cannon ball lodged in its outer wall.

Boutique hotel in Edinburgh's historic New Town, and home to the Shanghai nightclub and also a restaurant.

The 100-seater, air conditioned, basement space in Le Monde is a Fringe venue in August.

Rustic-like cafe with outdoor garden in the Old Town, just off the Royal Mile.

Hosts community events such as film screenings, children's events, exhibitions, photography evenings and live music.