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The bar has recently been renovated inside, and the result is a very homely, traditional Scottish pub feel inside. It reminded me immediately of the local village Smiddy pub that my family took me to every Sunday for lunch or dinner (the type that did pate,  steak sandwiches, death-by-chocolate cake. That was my order for a good 12 years).  A magic wee trick, where it will both appeal to tourists looking for… Read More

A fine selection of Ales from Bow Bar on West Bow street, Grassmarket. It offers a relaxing quiet pint in a Victorian-styled space. MAny locals frequent here as well as the many tourists that visit the old town every year. Stocking many real ales and guests beers, Bow Bar also offers an extensive selection of 150 malt whiskies. Save room for a pint of the Caledonian Deuchars IPA! One of the classic… Read More

A traditional pub of unique character, revered for its eclectic range of real ales and its heartily classic pub food, which are served, as they should be, with a generous measure of famous British hospitality. Menus combine hearty classic British dishes especially for the season with all-year-round favourites – the ideal excuse for sharing time with friends in The Last Drop‘s characterful walls and welcoming atmosphere. At The Last Drop they handpick… Read More

Along with the uniquely Scottish dishes such as’Haggis, Neeps and Tatties’, Fiddlers Arms also freshly prepare traditional pub fayre with ingredients from the best local suppliers to provide you with a hearty, filling meal. Children are welcome for food until the end of service. Portions are hearty and very reasonably priced; attracting tourists and locals in equal numbers. So whether its breakfast (served all day), lunch or dinner; they have something for… Read More

One of the “classics” in Grassmarket, it’s a good place to have a beer with friends. Although it’s a bit small, they have renovated it and it’s really nice and modern inside. Good selection of beers. If only to be where the “infamous” Maggie Dicksons apparently lived, visit it and down a pint or two for her. History In the early 18th century, a woman fish hawker who was to become known… Read More

The Beehive Inn Their menu is packed with Great British pub food classics, including iconic dishes like their hand-battered fish and chips, pie and mash and succulent burgers. Drinks include a great range of real ales and an extensive wine list. Cask ales include some of the best in British beers, including the new 1730, their own special pale ale. The team at the Beehive Inn look forward to welcoming you soon… Read More

Looking for a bar with some entertainment?  A nice pub with honest pub food and live sport on the big screen.  Staff and locals are very friendly, it had a wide variety of local and international beer, wines and spirits available. Acoustic nights from Wednesday to Friday with talented musicians eager to showcase their talents, so take your pick from our selection of acoustic nights Wednesday, Thursday & Friday and enjoy an… Read More

Black Bull are serving freshly prepared classic pub grub.  Food served ‘till 10pm Sunday – Thursday and 8pm at weekends. Please take a look at their latest Food Menu. We also have a Kids menu available until 5pm daily A great selection of local cask beers & ales which change weekly as well as the usual suspects, something for everyone. If you fancy a nip with your pint you won’t be disappointed…. Read More

91% Ranked #8 of 115 Shopping & Fashion in Edinburgh on TRIP ADVISOR 90 Reviews Type: Shops, Shopping & Fashion Trip Advisor Owner description:Nestled in the heart of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town, the Grassmarket area is one of the most vibrant, picturesque and convivial areas of the city. A paradise of independent merchants, designers and artisans, the Grassmarket Edinburgh is simply bursting with some of the best shopping Edinburgh has to offer.Far… Read More

We are located In the famous Historic Grassmarket Area, bang in the middle of the City centre. A stones throw away from Edinburgh Castle and beside all the historic sites and bars and clubs. 5-10 minutes walk from bus and train stations and the famous Haggis tour routes. This must be one of the best Hostel Locations in town.     I stayed here only one night but I loved it. Such… Read More