City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Theatre Royal, Glasgow The home of Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet, this major Victorian theatre in Glasgow hosts drama, dance, comedy, opera, musical and children’s theatre.
Tollcross Primary School Central primary school providing classes in English and since 1982 in Gaelic.
The One Below Ground level designer lounge bar in Rutland Hotel on West end of Princes Street that is inspired by the upmarket clubbing style of New York, Paris and L.A.
Toby Carvery We're located opposite the entrance to the Morton Hall Cemetery and Crematorium, just a few minutes from the main routes around Edinburgh. Come and visit us to experience the warm and friendly...
The Salisbury Arms The Salisbury Arms is a traditional local pub & restaurant in Edinburgh serving tasty, freshly cooked food and top-drawer drinks, with a log-fire when it's chilly and a great beer garden for the...
The French Fancies Coffee, tea, cakes and recipes from a French childhood in this new home made delicatessen.
The Mews Conveniently located in the centre of Edinburgh, the building dates back to the 18th century and was redeveloped in 2009. It now boasts a sympathetic fusion of the original historic building with an...
Teuchters Landing Formerly the popular Waterfront Bar and Grill, this cosy bar on the edge of the Leith's waterfront provides vegetarian and non-veggie comfort food served in large and small mugs.
The Roseleaf Formerly the Black Swan, the Roseleaf pub, or bar/cafe as it prefers to bill itself, is a quirky Leith bar where the cocktails are served in mismatched china tea sets.
theSpace on North Bridge One of two new theatres during the Fringe in August from theSpace located where North Bridge meets the Royal Mile.
The Mosque Kitchen The new Mosque Kitchen, which moved from the nearby Edinburgh Mosque after a dispute, provides affordable indian curries. This time the restaurant is inside rather than under a tarpaulin roof.
The Mulroy West End restaurant serving Scottish/French food served in smart, intimate, Edwardian setting.
The Dogs David Ramsden's original no frills restaurant, named after his canine friends, serving classic, Scottish and English fare.
The Tass Old Town, down-to-earth pub situated at the corner of Jeffrey Street and the Royal Mile, just down from the Storytelling Centre.
The Royal McGregor Edinburgh’s medieval Old Town is renowned for its Castle, Palace, cobbled wynds and dozens of old pubs where our celebrated philosophers and poets used to socialise over past few hundred year
The Constitution Late night bar, grill and venue offers food and drink selections. Free wifi. Food served daily from 11am until 9pm. Children welcome when dining until 8pm.
The Canons' Gait Bistro bar, with food, a good range of real ales, occasional live music. The pub is in the Canongate area of the Royal Mile, just up from Holyrood.
The Sheep Heid Inn The perfect pub, deep in the heart of Duddingston Village East of Holyrood Park.
The Fiddler's Elbow Pub at the top of Leith Walk with live folk and comedy nights.
The Bonham Hotel - Restaurant and Consulting Room Within a few months of opening in 1998,  the Bonham, Edinburgh was already noticed by discerning world travellers, not least Conde Nast Traveller magazine who deemed it one of 21 Coolest hotel