City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Blackwood's Bar and Grill In the heart of the New Town, just up the hill from Stockbridge, two grand Georgian townhouses on Gloucester Place have been glamorously redesigned to create the Nira Caledonia hotel and Blackwood's B
Blind Poet Pub named after 18th century poet Thomas Blacklock who lost his sight as a boy to small pox, but who lived in the area as a successful wordsmith in later years.
Blonde Informal but sophisticated restaurant, with a "European" menu, in particular variations on traditional Scottish dishes, seafood, and game.
Blue Parrot Cantina For long a great place to stop and drink tea, this small, informal, basement cafe now specialises in Mexican food. Look for the blue parrot and head downstairs.
Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway Working passenger steam trainline, not far from Edinburgh, that is run by the Scottish Railway Preservation Society. Since Bo'ness station opened in 1981, the line has been gradually extended and...
Bon Vivant Franco-Scottish eating and drinking establishment in Edinburgh's New Town, situated on a quiet street off George Street. Broad selection of wines and popular, tapas style snacks.
Bonham's Art Auctioneers Bonhams is a privately owned British auction house. Founded in 1793, it is one of the world's oldest and largest auctioneers of fine art and antiques - jewelry, motorcars, and collectors' markets.
Bonhams Bonhams is a privately owned British auction house and one of the world's oldest and largest auctioneers of fine art and antiques. 216
Book Lovers' Tour Departure The start of Alan Foster's one-and-a-half hour literary tour of Edinburgh is appropriately enough outside the Edinburgh Writer's Museum. 361
Bosco Theatre An original Dutch "Kermis-circus" tented venue with tiered rows of benches in a half moon shape gives this the feel of a 19th Century variety hall.
Bourbon Bar New Town cocktail bar and nightclub, opening in 2016, with room for 800 and a late licence (12 noon til 3am). Pan Asian street food on site from Ninja Kitchen. 333
Braid Hills The Braid Hills are a pair of small hills 206m (675 ft) and 166m (546 ft) in the south of the city, between Morningside and Liberton residential areas, that form a part of th
Braidwood Centre A community centre available for hire, Braidwood Centre is located near the centre of town.
Bread Street Brasserie Resident restaurant of Edinburgh's Point Hotel, now re-launched as the Bread Street Brasserie.
Bristo Yoga School Bristo Yoga School has a range of classes in Ashtanga, Hatha and other styles of yoga.
British Geological Survey Murchison House is the award winning headquarters of the British Geological Survey situated on the King's Campus of Edinburgh University.
Broughton Delicatessen Eclectic meals based on taste, quality, and seasonality. Sit-in cafe, with local artists exhibiting, and takeaway (office lunches and the like).
Broughton High School Local authority school sitated beside Inverleith Park and opposite private school Fettes College.
Broughton St Mary's Church New Town church with tall spire that opened for worship as Bellevue Church in 1824. 105
Bruntsfield Church Evangelical christian church - one of several Victorian steepled churches in the area - that serves the local community in Edinburgh's Bruntsfield area. Venue hire 37