City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Cafe Royale (interior)
Cafe Royal In spite of its proximity to Princes Street and Waverley Station, Cafe Royal is not a pub you stumble upon easily.
Cafe Rouge Only two of the French restaurant chain's 121 Cafe Rouges are in Scotland. This is one of them (the other is in Glasgow).
Renroc
Cafe Renroc A cafe-bar, gallery, and relaxation centre providing holistic treatments, in one place.
Cafe Fish Seafood Bistro that moved from Leith to Stockbridge. NOW CLOSED.
Cafe Domenico's Warm hearted Italian treasure serving up excellent pasta dishes and daily specials down near the Port of Leith.
Cafe Camino The St. Mary's Cathedral Cafe, popular for breakfast and lunch. Outside tables available.
Café Andaluz Edinburgh's largest Spanish restaurant purveying classics such as tapas, paella, spanish wines, and cocktails. Lunch, pre-theatre, and "Spanish Sunday" specials.
Cabaret Voltaire entrance at night
Cabaret Voltaire Cabaret Voltaire is one of Edinburgh’s subterranean club and rock venues. An intimate cave-space with its low-ceilings and booths, it is situated in the underground caverns of the Cowgate. 338
C Venues - C Royale Housed in the ancient Royal Society Building on central George Street is C Venues new multiplex New Town hub venue. The venue has cabaret, circus, and comedy from international companies. 6
C Venues - C eca C Venues base at the Edinburgh College of Art in Lauriston.
Venue C
C Venues - C If the location looks familiar that's because this is Edinburgh University's Adam House, and a flagship venue and base during the festival in August for Fringe group 34
C Soco Urban Garden bar
C Soco Urban Garden When fire destroyed the old Gilded Balloon, a gap was left in the Cowgate like a pulled tooth on the face of the Old Town.
C nova Former Fringe venue for C Venues: a multiplex of performance spaces in the India Buildings.