Girdy & Birdy made their way to the Castle of Light: Magic and Mystery on a cold November evening, where they encountered dancing historical Scottish knights, majestical beings, sleight-of-hand trickery, smoke machines, magic mirrors and more!
I was impressed and slightly surprised at how well the chicken crumble worked!
A set of three funny comedians in a warm and comfortable venue. Just the Tonic comedy club night with Milton Jones is worth grabbing tickets for should it return to Edinburgh. Let’s hope it does!
Mimi’s Bakehouse on Market Street offers a great selection of sandwiches, all-day brunch and sweet treats! It’s a great little pick-me-up, and always a pleasure.
Fava is an authentic Greek restaurant located in the West End of Edinburgh with a wide array of menu choices and something to suit pretty much everyone! Great food, relaxed vibe.
Six by Nico is a fabulous dining experience we’d recommend to anyone who calls themselves a ‘foodie’, or just wants to try something a bit special and unique.
Fayre play is a really fun way to spend an evening with friends or family – as long as you remember not to bring any kids along, you’ll have a fab time!
Attention all artists, makers and creatives! Cass Art is now open in Edinburgh, and you can take advantage of some pretty hefty opening discounts right now! Which, of course, meant I had to get my ass over to George Street ASAP for a review! I knew Cass Art were coming to Edinburgh – I’d walked […]