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
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland The RCAHMS is a useful site for anyone looking to explore the history of particular buildings in Scotland online or in the government agency's search room at its Edinburgh base. Business
Bella Italia Ocean Terminal Bella Italia Edinburgh Ocean Terminal is a new addition to the UK Italian restaurant chain, offering a broad menu of pizzas, pastas, risottos and meat and fish main dishes. Italian
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. Seafood
Malmaison patio
Malmaison Edinburgh Brasserie and bar that also hosts events. Mixed Use
Melville Castle Secluded in 50 acres of woodland and majestically overlooking the River Esk, Melville Castle, only 20 minutes from the city centre, provides an enchanting location for all kinds of events including Conference
Skatepark bowl
Saughton Skatepark Since opening in May 2010, Saughton Skatepark has become a destination point for skateboarders, BMX-ers, skaters and other derring doers on wheels. Sport
Iris Contemporary cuisine particularly with range of meat, game, and fish dishes. Scottish
Absolute Thai Small, family operated restaurant featuring traditional and contemporary Thai food. Drinkers should BYOB (£2.50 corkage). Thai
Restaurant Martin Wishart No restaurant guide would be complete without Martin Wishart's eponymous restaurant in Edinburgh’s historic Port of Leith. Scottish
The Honours Restaurant Michelin starred restaurant owner Martin Wishart's Parisian style brasserie marries seasonal Scottish food with traditional French cuisine. Scottish
Greyfriars Bobby's Bar Restaurant Something of a tourist destination being just round the corner from the graveyard where the famous Skye terrier would lay down beside his master's resting place. Pub-grub
The Place Bar & Restaurant Boutique hotel, bar and restaurant located at the east end of the city centre in three Georgian row houses. Scottish
Christ Church Scottish Episcopal Church located at Holy Corner in Morningside. Spiritual Centre
theSpace on Niddry St Fringe venue situated off the Royal Mile Only at the Fringe
BBC-Potterow
BBC @ Potterrow Popular pop-up venue run by the BBC with various tents that are open to the public, whether or not you are going to one of the broadcast shows or live performances that take place daily here throug Free Fringe: BBC
Purslane Chef-Proprietor Paul Gunning named his restaurant not after himself, but a herb. Scottish
Scone Palace Known as the crowing place of Scottish kings, Robert the Bruce was crowned in 1306 at Scone and the last coronation was of Charles II, when he accepted the Scottish crown in 1651. Beyond Edinburgh
St Mark's Unitarian Church The Unitarian Church is located in an early 19th century building of classic style and church hall. Spiritual Centre
C nova C venues moves on from its former Fringe base at C Soco, after five years, to take over the upper and lower levels of the former Registry Building at the top of Victoria Only at the Fringe
Ryan's Cellar Bar Located at the busy junction at the West End, near Charlotte Square, Ryan's Cellar Bar is divided into three different sections: the Main Bar, the Coffee Shop, and the Cellar Restaurant. Pubs