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Auld Reekie Tiki Bar
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The age old dilemma. You discover somewhere new. Do you shout it from the rooftops or keep it to yourself? Because, like many Edinburgh basement b...

Badger and Co
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In the sett Badger and Co is a finely turned out gent in the New Town.  Located on Castle Street it rubs shoulders with George Street biggies ...

Bar Brig
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Steak it easy    -  It may be just another manic Monday (starts humming The Bangles here). But that makes it your night for steak, a...

Blackbird
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  Tollcross has always had something of a no-man's land air about it when it comes to eating and drinking spots . Be...

Boda Bar
Boho Swedish Bar in Leith

Cloisters
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Ringing in the New

Copper Blossom
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Men entering Copper Blossom may be required to tap into their feminine side. If you are threatened by florals it's not the place for you.  I w...

Diablo Loco
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"For every ill, mezcal, and for every good as well”  It’s a challenge to have a quiet Mexican night. You can’t have a romantic peaceful ...

Foundry 39
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New kid on the block Foundry 39 is an all day bar that  boasts 'big flavour' burgers, sourdough pizzas and craft cocktails.  The promo pic...

Good Brothers
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Better than good It's always been a game of two halves - apart from a handful of places, me and Mr Bite would traditionally go somewhere that was g...

Hamilton's
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This Stockbridge bar/restaurant hybrid has the dining area and bar living quite happily side by side which creates an informal ambience albeit that ...

Harmonium
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We may be a bit behind hipster towns like Portland, Oregon and Brighton, but it looks like veganism is making its way to Edinburgh. New cafes and re...

Henrick's Bar & Bistro
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All change

Kilderkin
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Kilderkin’s £1 Pizza Mondays - Get it whilst it’s hot!

King's Wark
Proprietors Lesley and Mike have been at the Kings Wark for over ten years, providing a cosy and atmospheric place offering a range of cask ales, whis...

Le Di Vin
Divine Wine at Le Di-Vin "Wine bar". For those of us who grew up in the 80s this term evokes memories of venues packed with punters dressed li...

Lebowskis
Great bar near Lothian Road inspired by the Coen brothers film The Big Lebowski.

Lioness of Leith
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New life is stirring on the streets between The Shore and Leith Walk. Award winning Aurora opened on Great Junction Street earlier this year. A sho...

Nobles Bar, Cafe & Restaurant
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Voicemail from the editor, "We’d like you to have lunch at Nobles in Leith, do you know it?” I did but I hadn't been for aeons and this Scotti...

Panda & Sons
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Seek and ye shall find Like some of the other great cocktail bars in Edinburgh it would be very easy to miss Panda and So...

Paradise Palms
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The New World comes to Auld Reekie

Pickles
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In a basement in Broughton Street is a hidden gem called Pickles. Having been introduced to it by a friend a couple of years ago, I only shared it w...

Roseleaf Bar & Cafe
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  Eggs Benedict, Cullen Skink, Leith Gin and freshly squeezed juices; these are some of the staples I have come to love when popping in to R...

Ryan’s Cellar Restaurant
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Venturing into Ryan's Cellar Bar, you can't fail notice the Neo-classical style murals on the walls. Dining in the old wine vaults is dramatic and...

Sofi's
Anna and Mike Christoffersen have done it again. The two Swedes who opened the now-thriving Boda bar on Leith Walk have launched a second bar in d...

Spit/Fire
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To say that Spit/Fire has been eagerly anticipated is an understatement. The guys behind Lothian Road's quality beer destination The Hanging Bat, ha...

Teuchters Landing
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A patriotic feast

The Basement
The Basement

The Basement
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Downtown Mexicana

The Basement Bar
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Underground bliss

The Black Ivy
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I was recently invited for lunch at the new Black Ivy, formerly The Links Hotel in Bruntsfield. The name resonated with me, was it somehow related t...

The Compass Bar
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Cosy Comfort Food

The Cumberland Bar
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In an essay for The Evening Standard in 1946 George Orwell described his perfect pub, mentioning convenient location, traditional Victorian dé...

The Espy
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Looking over the sands of Portobello, across the seas of the Firth of Forth to the Kingdom of Fife is the ESPLANADE or as some folks like to say the ...

The Gait Craft Beer Bar and Kitchen.
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  Smokey Jack and the Brownie! Some beer and food pairings have gone horrendously wrong and I've been left shaking my head and wondering .....

The Gallery Restaurant
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at The Guildford Arms

The Hanging Bat
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The Hanging Bat opened November 2012 and, like Red Squirrel, Panda & Sons, Flying Dog and Lioness of Leith added to the ever-increasing number o...

The Huxley
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Have you noticed? The Rutland Bar has transformed into “The Huxley". It has undergone a thorough refurbishment and its traditional, somewhat fad...

The Magnum
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Is it an ice cream? Is it a bottle of champagne? No, it's a pub in Edinburgh's New Town, a wee trot downhill from Princes Street. My friend ...

The Old Chain Pier
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Haste ye back

The Potting Shed
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Despite its homespun gardening theme The Potting Shed is a very efficient operation. Line drawn characters such as Angus with his allotment and h...

The Queen's Arms
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Roast with the most Sunday lunch is a tradition that most of us can get on board with. You can wear your comfies, chat with friends and fam, drin...

The Refinery
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Check out the menus here   Crouched between Dishoom, Wagamama and the hotly anticipated Ivy, this newcomer nods to Scottish heritage with thre...

The Royal Dick
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A quiet Monday lunchtime saw us bag a prime spot by the inner courtyard of this massive art workshop-cum-entertainment space, risen within the skele...

The Royal McGregor
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Life on Mars

The Safari Lounge
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On Safari in Abbeyhill

The Salisbury Arms
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Village Pub in the City

The Sheep's Heid Inn
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Ewe beauty!

The Shore
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The Shore is a Leith Gastro Pub that resembles a Brown Café in Amsterdam with Scottish produce whilst cooking skill and influence are obvious...

The Stockbridge Tap
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I've turned into my gran. Long, long ago she would press a coin into my palm and I would try to walk the line between gratitude and abject disappo...

The Street
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 Food on a stick You can't miss it, perched right on the busy corner of Broughton Street, just at those annoying traffic lights that take ages...

The Voodoo Rooms
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 Although I have visited The Voodoo Rooms for drinks, live music and the famous Vegas club night, I have never eaten there and it seemed about ...

The West Room
Continental and Scottish breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, afternoon teas, homemade pies and parfaits, and British syle tapas.

Victoria
Focuses on having a great selection of beers from all over the world. Bottled beer from 25 different countries. Also a broad range of 10 different gin...

Kin
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Sometimes you miss the little gems that are just on your doorstep. You wander past without even noticing, thinking to yourself we really could d...

Raclette at Le Di-Vin
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The cheese-loaded comfort food that’s great for sharing. Melted cheese, charcuterie and a big bowl of potatoes. What's not to like?  These ...

Steel Coulson - never forget
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Steel Coulson Tap had been recommended to Mrs Bite by ‘folks in the know’ and it had won Runner Up in the CAMRA Edinburgh and SE Scotland Cide...

The Bier Hoose
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Lederhosen in Leith  As crowds swarmed to the German Christmas Market Mr & Mrs Bite opted for the in-house hygge version, the Bier Hoose o...

The Cramond Inn
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As an Italian living in Edinburgh I had long anticipated a walk to Cramond island and recently I finally made the trek across the causeway and back ...

The Lord Nelson
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Conquering hearts in Leith Is there anything better than a cosy pub on a cold, dark winter evening? Preferably with a solid wooden bar, comfy armch...

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