City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh venues


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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Venue type Edinburgh Fringe Venue
St Margaret House - Edinburgh Palette St Margaret's House is an Edinburgh charity who aim to provide affordable studio space, alongside a complimentary program of exhibitions & events. Charity
Balerno Parish Church Community church with a number of halls on Edinburgh's outskirts. Spiritual Centre
The Studio at the Festival Theatre Multi-purpose cultural space located behind the main Edinburgh Festival Theatre on Potterrow. Theatres
The Devil's Advocate Hidden away in the Medieval maze of ancient cobbled alleyways off the Royal Mile, you’ll find this classy Whisky Bar and Bistro half way down Advocate’s Close. Scottish
The Bistro at Brunton Theatre Brunton Theatre in Musselburgh is a popular venue attracting people from around East Lothian and Edinburgh with a programme of drama, music, dance, films and children’s shows. Restaurants
Argyle House A former government building situated under Edinburgh Castle rock. It used to house social security offices, job centre and companies house staff. Mixed Use
Barclay Viewforth Church across the Links
Barclay Viewforth Church of Scotland Impressive looking church of Scotland building overlooking Bruntsfield Links with active local congregation. Spiritual Centre
Just the Tonic at the Community Project Modern, large space attached to an old kirk building. Centrally located where Grassmarket meets Cowgate. Courtyard, late bar til 3am and cafe facilities 10am to 5pm. Only at the Fringe 27
Bar Bados Complex Reggae/Tiki themed bar with African entertainment and shows every day. Offering cocktails, draught beer, cider and slushies. With reggae, pop, dance and hip-hop music every night. Free Fringe: PBH 32
Valcona & Crolla Scottish Foodhall @Jenners Valvona & Crolla, best known for its gourmet Scottish and Italian artisan food and wine, here purveys gifts by artisan producers of traditional tweed, tartan, cashmere, blown glass and ceramics. Shops
Caley Bar The Caledonian hotel cocktail bar. Upmarket bar inspired by the era of the Victorian Caledonian Railway. Pubs
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
Suruchi Casual Indian restaurant providing dishes from across India. Restaurants
Ryrie's A little changed Edwardian public house at the junction of Dalry Road, Haymarket Terrace and Morrison Street, near Haymarket train/tram station. Live folk at the Fringe. Pubs
"Scotland's smallest pub"
Wee Pub Scotland's smallest pub, adjoined to more capacious Biddy Mulligans. Opened in 2013, in the heart of the Grassmarket. Room for about 20 people "at a push!". Pubs 297
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. Nightclubs 411
Serenity Cafe Scotland's first Recovery Cafe, run by people in recovery for people in recovery and public customers looking for good value, good quality food in a relaxed space. Free Fringe: PBH 248
Hispaniola Formerly, Rutherford's Bar, reputedly Robert Louis Stevenson's favourite drinking haunt, this restaurant has been converted into a homage to the famous Scots authors most renowned novel- 'Treasure Is Restaurants 79
Assembly Checkpoint
Assembly Checkpoint One of Assembly's four venues, located very near the Edinburgh University hub at Bristo Square. Cabaret and music on upper floor of an old church. Dining and bar on ground floor. Only at the Fringe 322
Greenside @ Nicolson Square front
Greenside @ Nicolson Square Busy Fringe venue for Greenside. Only at the Fringe 209