City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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PASS Theatre PASS (Performing Arts Studio Scotland) Theatre's facility provides a performance space for acting and dance.
Parliament House Alongside St Giles, off the Royal Mile, this is home to Scotland's Supreme Courts and one of the oldest venues in the city.
Pleasance Pop-Up: The Club Vibrant club and party venue by Waverley Station specialising in live music, gig nights, karaoke and cabaret.
Prestonfield House 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
Pilrig Park A good-sized green space owned by the city of Edinburgh since 1920. The public park has two play areas, allotments, community forestry, and football pitch.
Paradiso Spiegel Tent A circus, theatre and music venue that regularly is erected in different parts of the city, for example, St Andrew Square at Hogmanay
Paradise Palms Tropically themed bar just off Bristo Square in the heart of the Edinburgh University area. DJs, veggie and vegan soul food, beer and cocktails.
Papavero Restaurant For those who were sorry to see the closure of The Room in the Town, this new Italian-Scottish Ristorante has thankfully taken over the premises.
Portobello Indoor Bowls Function Suite/Mum's Cafe Multi-purpose leisure centre run by the council which offers weather-proofed indoor bowling rink and a large cafe/ bar with views looking onto Portobello beach.
Pomegranate The owners of the very successful Hanam’s restaurant on Johnston Terrace have now opened “Pomegranate” at the top of Leith Walk opposite the Playhouse Theatre.
Pleasance at Essential Edinburgh Operating as Pleasance at Essential Edinburgh during the Fringe Festival, this venue is located just off Princes Street, near Charlotte Square. Third floor, no disabled access.
Princes Mall Princes Mall Shopping Centre is located at the east end of Princes Street next to Waverley Station. Open 7 days a week.
Pilgrim Bar just off the Cowgate with a recycled and reused ethos and local, organic craft beers on tap.
Purslane Chef-Proprietor Paul Gunning named his restaurant not after himself, but a herb.
Plumed Horse Michelin Award winning Tony Borthwick's restaurant in Leith which began life in the small village of Crossmichael, three miles north of Castle Douglas in 1998.
Polwarth Parish Church Traditional steepled church set alongside the Union Canal near Harrison Park.
Portobello Community Centre The former public washhouse or 'steamie', was converted into Portobello Community Centre in 1968 and hosts a variety of activities and events organised by local groups.
Prestoungrange Gothenburg "The Goth" is a Grade II listed building with over 100 years history to its name. Meals are served in the family friendly bistro and there's a pub with real ales available on tap.
Papilio This restaurant with a butterfly name is known for good value food prepared with care with personal service
Passorn Angelic Thai dining in Tollcross.  Quality ingredients cooked to the real Thai deal.