City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Big Tops & Pop up venues


Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Leith Academy A six year high school with 1,000 pupils and over 2,800 part time adults in Leith. The school's origins date back to 1560, although the current school building was built in 1991.
La Favorita Tony Crolla's lively Italian restaurant, boasting the only wood fired pizza ovens in Scotland.
Lancers Brasserie Popular, long-running Stockbridge restaurant that specialises in Bengali and North Indian food. Serves groups and takeaway.
L'Aquilla Bianca Long-established takeaway pizzaria and chip shop run by friendly Scotto Italian family.
La Concha Ristorante Italiano Restaurant now closed
La Fontana Italian restaurant, situated beside Water of Leith and busy throughfare in Canonmills, that provides non-extravagant food in an informal setting.
Librizzi's Italian Restaurant A good quality Italian restaurant on the corner of North Castle Street and Queen Street.  
La Garrigue in the New Town The sister restaurant of popular La Garrigue, this eaterie started life as L’Artichaut in 2009, a vegetarian restaurant with a French theme.
Leo's Beanery Basement café in Edinburgh's New Town offering coffee, tea, sandwiches and baked goods.
La Garrigue Award-winning French cuisine from Jean Michel Gauffre, formerly executive chef of the Edinburgh Sheraton.
Lindsay Stewart Lecture Theatre Napier University's egg-shaped lecture theatre in the Craiglockhart campus, home to Napier university's business school.
Lothian Chambers City owned building that was once the Midlothian County Buildings, now used for City of Edinburgh Council corporate services and functions such as corporate gatherings and weddings.
Leith Library Leith Library is a 1930s Art Deco building in the complex at Leith City Hall.
Leslies Bar Traditional Victorian pub, dating back to 1896.
Leith Links (West) Just one show - a physical dance piece called Cargo - at this temporary 2010 Fringe venue (no. 167) on Leith Links.
Le Monde 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. 47
Leith Town Hall Part of a complex of building opened in 1932 as a 'thank you' to the local people of Leith for the incorporation of Leith into the City of Edinburgh.
Leith Links
Leith Links This former golf course, or links, was considered in the 17th and 18th centuries as Edinburgh's best course and was in use for golf as early as mid-16 century.
Lennoxlove House Stately home in East Lothian, just outside Edinburgh.
Linlithgow Palace
Linlithgow Palace The ruins of Linlithgow Palace are set in a parkland beside a loch in the town of Linlithgow, a quarter of an hour train ride from Edinburgh, or if going by car off the M9.