Pull up a pew (literally) and guzzle a pint of real ale or sup a glass of whisky. Be prepared for crowds, this former Edinburgh church manse is very popular at the weekend.
Dubbed 'Scotland's new writing theatre' this is where you can catch a glimpse of all those young hopefuls from all over the world before everyone else cottons on.
Star Bar, Edinburgh is an intriguing sort of a place. It has a good beer garden and plenty of games to keep you occupied, but whatever you do, don't ask about the allegedly bewitched skull in the cellar.
An elegantly saucy little Edinburgh night spot where if you're not in the mood when you arrive, you definitely will be when you leave.
For a superb range of eastern European beers. Warning: the seats are extra comfy so don't think you'll be out of here in a hurry.
Is like a lovable old rogue of a venue, oozing downbeat, slightly faded charm, and folk music events that are very easy on the ear.