Old Bell Inn, Edinburgh

The Old Bell Inn

Old Bell Inn, Edinburgh

Food. Drinks. Music. Sport. Modern where it counts and traditional in every other way.

A friendly and traditional local Edinburgh pub which tempts its patrons with a delicious and varied food menu paired with a wide selection of traditional and modern drinks by way of rotating cask ales, draft beers, wines, whiskies and premium spirits. A warm and cosy pub with all the trappings of a hidden gem- good food, fine drinks and a scheduled programme of sporting, live music and pub quiz events.

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The City Cafe

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Diner by day, cocktails by night. A refreshing modern gem in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town.

Inspired by the original American Diner, The City Café is a real find in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town. Loved by locals and visitors alike, it has something for everyone with an all-day menu running old Skool American breakfasts, gourmet hotdogs, burgers, milkshakes, sandwiches and salads by day and cosmopolitan cocktails, beers and city vibe music by night, it’s only a matter of time before The City Café tempts you in to sample its wears. Home to the now famous Man Vs Food ‘Burger Challenge’, this inviting establishment is a veritable treasure trove of fun with delicious food and drink at its heart. As well as our main bar and dining booths we also have our function room in City 2 which can provide the ideal space for free private party and event hire. Suitable for all age ranges (see site for more details), tastes and tipples, we look forward to welcoming you to The City Café.

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Pear Tree House, aka The Peartree

Pear Tree House

Pear Tree House, aka The Peartree

Pear Tree House, home and office to the man who brought the world blended whisky. Once a home, always a home to patrons and new-comers alike.

Boasting a sizeable, walled, sun-trap beer garden adorned with fresh flower boxes and presided over by the beautiful leafy old lady pear tree herself, this really is the beer garden to champion all others. Serviced by an intimate traditional bar with an open fire (for those colder days), PearTree House has a long established reputation and a loyal following as a friendly and superb drinking hole outside and in. Combine this with live music, live sports, a fully stocked bar including draft and bottled beers and ciders, real ales, whisky, wines and premium spirits served to you by our charismatic landlord and his team- we are pretty confident you’ll be back for more. Come rain or shine, this iconic pub certainly hits the spot.

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Whynot Nightclub

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Since the full refurbishment in January of 2013 Why Not Nightclub has quickly reinstated its reputation as Edinburgh’s premier night spot and has proven itself to be the most popular night club destination in Edinburgh. As well as an innovative new look they have worked tirelessly to build success on quality service, promotion of cutting edge premium drinks and first class entertainment in a revolutionary, modern setting.

Located in the heart of the capital, Whynot was the first nightclub on George Street and as was the case in the nineties, they have always endeavoured to be pioneers and continue to lead the way in terms of the overall customer experience.

Nestled beneath the famous Edinburgh landmark that is The Dome Bar & Grill, Why Not offers the perfect setting for any occasion. They are blessed with some fantastic points of difference that push the limits and constraints of the norm. Featuring four cocktail bars, a large central Dancefloor with onlooking private booths, a stunning outdoor heated courtyard and Scotland’s only full LED Lighting room they are the envy of competitors and subsequently have a wonderful capacity to satisfy an array of client expectations.

Through innovative décor, revolutionary sound & lighting and advanced marketing techniques Why Not has already been recognised as one of the countries leading late night venues but more importantly their client base have shown recognition by attending faithfully and regularly.

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The Blind Poet

The Blind Poet

The Blind Poet

All things to all men and women. If you can pluck it, sing it, draw it or play it, then bring it. A real diamond in the rough.

A long established welcoming haunt for all, but as its name suggests and history dictates, this has always been a particular favourite stomping ground of budding thespians, literary folk, musical maestros, sporting aficionados, gaming gatherings and comic gurus. With a spot lit stage occupied every night of the week with anything from comedy, open mic and karaoke to poetry readings and sporting highlights, the Blind Poet has something to offer everyone. All this and a enticing range of gin, rums and brandies, plus rotating ales, draft beers, whiskies and wine to keep your taste buds tantalised for weeks. This is a bar of character, rustic charm and distinction that holds its regulars dear and newcomers captivated.

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The Counting House

The Counting House

The Counting House

A hidden gem on the Edinburgh venue and function circuit, if you’ve been lucky enough to experience this venue first hand as a guest or host, you will know it as being one of the city’s most unexpected and unassuming function space gems. Inside this characterful and beautiful venue there is a fully stocked private bar, snug room suitable for private receptions and the wonderful wood panelled, domed function hall itself which can comfortably accommodate up to 80 plus guests for sit down dinner and dancing. With our highly acclaimed and accomplished in-house caterers, function furniture, crockery and tableware all available on site, the main tasks are all in-hand leaving you free to think about the guest list and those all important special details to make every event as personal and bespoke as you…

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The Dome

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An Edinburgh institution since opening its doors in 1996, The Dome sits resplendent with its Graeco-Roman façade and Corinthian Portico in central George Street in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town welcoming local residents and those from across the world 362 days of the year. We are incredibly proud to be considered a first choice venue to meet family, friends and colleagues for Coffee, Cocktails, Tea, Lunch and Dinner in the magnificent and memorable surrounds of The Dome.
In addition to welcoming our regular guests and visitors, our elegant, sophisticated and versatile Conference Suites and Private Dining Facilities can accommodate a variety of events including Training Courses & Seminars, Corporate Dinners, Wedding Meals and Civil Partnership Celebrations.

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The Raeburn Hotel

The Raeburn

The Raeburn Hotel

The Raeburn is an exquisite boutique hotel, boasting ten bedrooms, bar, restaurant, Private Library, Private Dining, conference room and outside terraced area, the only one of its kind in Edinburgh.

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Tower Restaurant

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Views of Edinburgh Castle and the spectacular skyline of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile and Old Town feature on the menu at James Thomson’s rooftop Tower Restaurant above Edinburgh’s National Museum of Scotland. This is rooftop dining at its most spectacular – with brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner available every day.

Fresh, locally sourced and impeccably cooked food, from an inventive menu, deft service and inspirational wines in a chic and glamorous rooftop setting are Tower trademarks and it has become a favourite for visiting celebrities such as J K Rowling, Kate Winslet, HRH The Princess Royal, Ricky Gervais and the entire All Blacks team to name a few.

High above the Dickensian rooftops of Edinburgh’s magical and atmospheric Old Town, dinner at the Tower is an experience to savour. Enjoy a menu showcasing some of Scotland’s very best produce enhanced by some rather accomplished cooking. Highlights include Isle of Mull lobster thermidor, rib-eye steak from award-winning East Lothian butcher, John Gilmour with chips and bearnaise, haggis from Dingwall with pineapple salsa or how about whole seabass with samphire and charred cucumber. We also serve some of the most delicious vegetarian dishes in town such as shallot and chive mousse or watrecress and beetroot risotto.

Pre-dinner cocktails can be enjoyed on our rooftop terrace which boasts the most spectacular views of Edinburgh Castle, or choose from our award-winning wine list and sit back and enjoy a gastronomic feast to remember and let our friendly team look after you.

Choose from our a la carte menu or our fantastic value 3 course set menu for £36. Or if you’re looking for a light meal to start your evening off in style then choose our delicious 2 course pre-theatre menu, served every day between 5 – 6.30pm for only £19.95.

Or how about Afternoon Tea – just £20pp – served daily from 2.30 – 5.30pm. Enjoy a 3 tier cake stand filled to the brim with fresh homemade treats. Add a glass of our delicious Billecart-Salmon Champagne for just £7. Or book the best Brunch in Edinburgh – our Hair of the Dog Bloody Mary will get you fighting fit and our eggs Benedict is the perfect way to start your day!

The Tower’s exceptional rooftop setting and unrivalled Castle views make a memorable choice for private or corporate dinners and entertaining and it is the ideal exclusive-use venue seating up to 90 guests for dinner, or 150 for a reception. The Tower’s team can also provide some of the most accomplished banqueting food and service in the city for guests who choose to use the Museum’s impressive circular private dining venues; the Bute Room and Board Room.

The Tower is open all day, every day from 10am until 11pm (last reservation). Reservations are recommended for dinner.

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