It’s a little out of the way for pedestrians but worth the walk. The Bonnington Leith is a solid recommendation from me.
I regret not taking the time to visit The Herringbone sooner, and I’m delighted I eventually had lunch there. The food is delicious, staff friendly and the atmosphere welcoming. I’m already planning a return visit.
Here’s a clever video from Edinburgh’s very own The Banshee Labyrinth. See what happens at night when the skeletons come out to play. The Banshee crew suggest the best way to enjoy the video is with HD on and the sound turned up. The pub, which claims to be Scotland’s most haunted, is at 29-35 […]
Back in 2013 Kaplan International whisked up a survey, talked to students and produced their “What to do In Edinburgh” infographic. There were some no brainers in the list – Edinburgh Castle being rated as number one tourist attraction, Princes Street coming top for shopping, etc – but I thought it would be fun to […]
The Food and Drink The ‘Gastro Pub of the Year’ title makes The Queens Arms stand out from Edinburgh’s many other city-centre, pub grub spots. If there is ever hesitation about eating somewhere, you can always rely on an award to give you that little push in the right direction. This was not my first […]
The Lioness of Leith is a new pub on Duke Street, just off the foot of the walk. It opens across from Tesco and after a big refit of a long-abandoned pub. I never visited the old pub, too scared to venture inside after watching the police needing to pile on in, shields up, to […]