This is just across the street from the Caledonian Hotel. Went in for a late breakfast once. The coffee was terrible. We ended up having a pint of beer and a sandwich instead. Cannot recommend this place for the food but as a quasi Irish pub, there were lots of tv screens showing hurling and at the right time of ...
It's expensive to get in here, but part of the fun of being in Scotland is to make new friends and hopefully one of them will be a member. That's just what I did and they got me in to sample many different delicious scotches from private distilleries. They also serve food to go with the whiskey as well as ...
Frankenstein Pub is gimmicky, but being a vintage horror fan, I can dig it. The interior is decked out like Frankenstein's lab. I stopped in with friends for some food and drinks. It was still early so the place wasn't crowded. The food was good and so were the drinks, and it was reasonably priced for a touristy area. At ...
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Perhaps not the most unique bar within Scotland (as Wetherspoon is a chain), but the location is noteworthy. The interior is simply impressive, with large highly decorated ceilings and beautiful details. Drinks here are also slightly less due to the chain's success.Popular withLocalBudgetNightlife
Selection of regular and guest real ales in a beautiful and well refurbished Victorian pub on two levels close to Café Royal. Food served but no children allowed. Watch you don’t get caught in the revolving door. They have a large tv which is considered not traditional for a pub. We had dinner one evening in the “Gallery”, the upper ...
Stopped here for a pint on the way to a football match as did many others since it is close to Easter Road Stadium, the Hibernians’ stadium. An old traditional style circular bar is the central attraction and a large selection of guest ales. Lots of tv screens showing sports.