City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh venues


Find Edinburgh venues by type (e.g. Cinemas).

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Venue type
Bennet's Bar Long-established pub serving cask ales and home made, traditional food Pub-grub
Papilio This restaurant with a butterfly name is known for good value food prepared with care with personal service Italian
Star Sea Chinese restaurant providing takeaways within a 15 mile radius in the city. Takeaway
Elephants and Bagels As the name suggests, a cosy, breakfast and all-day cafe with a distinctive elephantine theme. Serves an array of bagel sandwiches. Breakfast
King's Hall Renovated traditional church building owned by the Community Church since 1985, which is also used as a venue for festivals and events. Spiritual Centre
South Hall Edinburgh University owned function hall at the modern Pollock Hall complex large enough to host 350 guests theatre-style or a dancefloor for 300, or 100 in a classroom setting. Conference
B'Est A French Restaurant that lives up to the true French restaurant philosophy - high quality well cooked and affordable food French
St Paul's and St George's Church St Paul's & St George's is a Scottish Episcopal (Anglican) church with a congregation from across the city. Conference
Celadon Quality Thai food in Edinburgh's Causewayside at great value prices Thai
Chop Chop (Leith) Leith based branch of the Gordon Ramsay endorsed dumpling empire builders. Chinese
Le Sept Authentically French bistro and brasserie located just off Edinburgh's Royal Mile. French
St James Scottish Episcopal Church Built in 1888, St James (aka St James the Less Episcopal Church) host a number of live music events throughout the year. Spiritual Centre
Gurkha Cafe Traditional Nepalese food served in a welcoming and friendly environment. Indian
Circle Cafe Fresh, seasonal, interesting, affordable, stylish, hand-made food, served in a comfortable, informal and contemporary space. Scottish
Acheson House Historic Edinburgh City Council owned property in the Old Town which was built in 1633 for Sir Archibald Acheson, Secretary of State for King Charles I. Museums
Castle Street - Summer 2011
Castle Street Central, pedestrianised street between George Street and Princes Street that is the location for street markets throughout the year. Outdoor
North Bridge Brasserie The Scotsman Hotel towers over North Bridge with views over Princes Street Gardens and offers a fine place to stay if exploring the Old Town. Scottish
Hope Rooms North Berwick's public function rooms used for local events such as fetes and coffee mornings. The Hope Rooms also host film screenings and the North Berwick Youth Cafe meets here. Beyond Edinburgh
The Dogs David Ramsden's original no frills restaurant, named after his canine friends, serving classic, Scottish and English fare. Vegetarian
Flotterstone Inn Pub on the outskirts of Edinburgh at the foot of the Pentland Hills - edge of the Pentland Hills Regional Park - that is popular with ramblers and walkers. Scottish