City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh venues


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Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Venue type Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Biddy Milligan's Low ceilinged bar in touristy area of the city. Spills out onto the terraced pavement in the Summer. Pubs 220
Big Red Door
Big Red Door The Big Red Door is an old Victorian warehouse situated in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle on Lady Lawson Street. Live Music
Bike Station Edinburgh's local bike recycling shop takes old bikes and recycles them.
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. Scottish
Black Bo's Vegetarian Restaurant and Bar Long-established, Old Town vegetarian restaurant, affectionately also known as simply "Bo's", with adjoining bar. Vegetarian
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. Only at the Fringe 213
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 Free Fringe: PBH 399
Black Medicine Basement Cosy basement in central, established coffee shop. Access from street level down stone steps Restaurants 503
Blackford Hill View North
Blackford Hill Blackford Hill is one of Edinburgh's "seven hills," situated 2 miles to the South of the city centre. Near the top of the 164m (539 ft) hill you can see the green domed Royal Observatory,... Outdoor
Blackhall St Columba's Parish Church Hall Just off Queensferry Road on Columba Road, the church offers regular services as part of the Church of Scotland. Spiritual Centre
Blackwells Bookshop and South Bridge
Blackwell's Bookshop Edinburgh's oldest bookshop, with over 150,000 titles spread over three floors of converted Georgian townhouses, is the leading educational bookseller in the UK. Shops 133
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 Scottish
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. Pubs
Blonde Informal but sophisticated restaurant, with a "European" menu, in particular variations on traditional Scottish dishes, seafood, and game. Seafood
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. Mexican
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... Visitor Attractions
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. French
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. Shops
Bonhams Bonhams is a privately owned British auction house and one of the world's oldest and largest auctioneers of fine art and antiques. Shops 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