City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Black Medicine Basement Cosy basement in central, established coffee shop. Access from street level down stone steps 503
Black Market Multi-purpose, 7 stage venue next to Waverley Train Station, offering drinks, food, live band music and PBH Free Fringe comedy all day, everyday during the Edinburgh Fri 399
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
Black City of the Dead Signs Not a venue as such, but a starting point for a spooky tour. The Black City of the Dead signs are besides St Giles cathedral on the Royal Mile. 213
Bar Salsa Edinburgh's party bar! Bar Salsa is open 7 nights a week 'til 1am. Blasting music, fun staff and to top it off unreal cheap drinks, Salsa really is the place to be!
Buccleuch Free Church A 19th century gothic style church building – still in use today, every Sunday for morning (11:00) and evening (17:30) worship services.
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
Burgers and Beers Grillhouse Gourmet burgers with local and import ales on the Royal Mile. Meeting Point for a walking tour - wait outside - during Fringe. 180
Badger & Co The curious name is inspired by “Wind in the Willows,” the riverbank tales about Toad, Rat, Mole and Badger, by Kenneth Grahame who was born at this address on 8th March 1859.
Burr & Co Situated on George Street Burr & Co is the latest addition to Edinburgh's vibrant coffee scene Sample our range of food & drink to eat in or take away.
Bar Brig Red brick and wood interior bar on Leith Walk. Established in 2015.
Burntisland Pettycur Bay One of the beaches near the seaside towns of Burntisland and Kinghorn. Found across the Firth of Forth in Fife it is a small, sheltered, sandy bay backed by sand dunes.
Balmoral Hotel One of Edinburgh's landmark New Town buildings, the 5-star luxury Balmoral Hotel towers above Waverley Station at the East end of Edinburgh's Princes Street.
Broughton St Mary's Church New Town church with tall spire that opened for worship as Bellevue Church in 1824. 105
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
Bar Bados Complex Reggae/Tiki themed bar with African entertainment and shows every day. Offering cocktails, draught beer, cider and slushies. With reggae, pop, dance and hip-hop music every night. 32
Barclay Viewforth Church across the Links
Barclay Viewforth Church of Scotland Impressive looking church of Scotland building overlooking Bruntsfield Links with active local congregation.
Balerno Parish Church Community church with a number of halls on Edinburgh's outskirts.
Bistro Moderne by Mark Greenaway Taking over the address of the former Café Fish, the extremely talented chef Mark Greenaway has opened his new smart- casual Bistro.
Biddy Milligan's Low ceilinged bar in touristy area of the city. Spills out onto the terraced pavement in the Summer. 220