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Howies Restaurant Victoria Street has an eclectic mix of Scottish art, solid wood flooring, tables & chairs & friendly attentive staff. The Victoria Street restaurant has the perfect historic surroundings to sample quite simply, great Scottish food, wine & history. Snaking from the top of The Royal Mile (or High Street) to The Grassmarket you couldn’t find a better spot for taking time out of your busy day for coffee, lunch or… 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

Oliviero a fresh new Italian restaurant serving quality pasta & pizza. Italian dining and authentic flavour which is perfect for an intimate dinner date, or a comfortable family meal. “The service is very good, it looks like they have a degree of local trade as some diners were obviously known to the staff and enjoyed some banter with them. Overall not bad at all – about £23 for starter, main, bottle of Peroni and glass of… Read More

One of Edinburgh’s best Italian Restaurants is tucked under George IV Bridge in Merchant Street. This charming, classy and elegant restaurant / wine cellar has a warm, welcoming look and feel to it. For wine enthusiasts a visit to Divino wont disappoint.       Seasonal times Extended hours and Sunday opening during August Bar open Mon–Thu 4pm–midnight; Fri 4pm–1am; Sat noon–1am. Food served Mon–Fri 4pm–11pm; Sat noon–11pm. Closed Sun. Average price… Read More

Nestling in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town and only a stone’s throw away from historic Greyfriar’s Churchyard and the Grassmarket, Merchants is one of the City’s most established and popular restaurants. From the outset, Proprietor, Susie Doherty had a single concept; to create a total eating experience founded on fine food and excellent service. Over the years, it’s a purpose that has never faltered. Here you’ll find, as many have before,… Read More