City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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The Honours Restaurant Michelin starred restaurant owner Martin Wishart's Parisian style brasserie marries seasonal Scottish food with traditional French cuisine.
The Place Bar & Restaurant Boutique hotel, bar and restaurant located at the east end of the city centre in three Georgian row houses.
theSpace on Niddry St Fringe venue situated off the Royal Mile
The Hudson Hotel Located at the west end of Princes Street, The Hudson Hotel includes the Hudson Bar for food and drink.
The Street The Street is a cafe and bar with outside tables and DJs on some evenings.
Tron Kirk The Tron Kirk, situated in the heart of the Old Town, was commissioned by King Charles I and built by Scottish architect John Myle between 1636 and 1647.
The Granary Hearty food in contemporary glass-fronted gastropub down on the waterfront in Leith. The split level venue also hosts live theatre and music.
The Blackbird Two of my favourite places to eat and drink are Treacle on Broughton Street and Hamilton’s in Stockbridge, offering homely comfort, cool music and warm ambience.
The Roamin' Nose Taking over the address of the former Duck's a la Marche Noir, and latterly Garrigue, the restaurant space is now transformed into a very casual, laid back Cafe-Bistro.
Theosophical Society The Theosophical Society in Scotland is striving to play its part in the global shift in consciousness which is presently occurring as we undergo the transition between the Piscean Age and the Aquaria
The Raeburn Bar The Raeburn is a cosy bar tucked away on the cobbled street of Dean Street in Stockbridge (the bohemian village within the city of Edinburgh.
Three Birds Small and friendly restaurant serving imaginative and creative local food.
The Antiquary Well-loved Stockbridge pub which features guest ales, occasional live music and excellent food service.
The Inn on the Mile On the corner of North Bridge and the Royal Mile, you’re not likely to miss finding this historic pub with its outdoor tables.
The Gardener’s Cottage The restaurant is housed in an historic building located in Royal Terrace Gardens at the foot of Calton Hill in the heart of Edinburgh World Heritage Site.
The Other Place The former Stag's Head has been stylishly renovated to create a smart, contemporary Bar-Bistro, while the ingenious old street map ceiling reflects its Canonmills heritage.
Twenty Princes Street Grill and Smokehouse Twenty Princes Street is the address of the Royal British Hotel, and now the name of its fabulous new Restaurant.
Timberyard Imaginative sustainable food amidst stylish surroundings.
The Annexe at the Liquid Room The Liquid Room's second room for club nights. The venue is accessed from The Cowgate. Open 10.30pm - 3am.
The Bothy - Restaurant and Drinkery As part of the heritage Murrayfield Hotel, the smart new Bothy Restaurant and Drinkery Bar has a cool, contemporary design - leather booth seats, artwork, industrial stone & steel décor.