When you are leaving Edinburgh on holiday or on business you now have another eating place to use at the airport.

All Bar One is well-established on George Street and in Festival Square, and building on that they now want to tempt you to eat and drink before your flight.

This has created 20 new jobs for the area and will offer cocktails and an all-day menu which included everything from brunch to a late night snack.

all-bar-one-edinburgh-airport-interiorCommenting on the launch, All Bar One Edinburgh Airport general manager, Lewis Masterson said, “We’re happy to have finally opened the doors and are looking forward to welcoming travellers and holidaymakers to our new Edinburgh Airport bar. Guests can experience the contemporary design, together with the fresh tastes on our new menu and indulge in some refreshing pre-flight drinks.

“The bar looks absolutely fantastic, and the team can’t wait to start meeting guests and we would encourage anyone who hasn’t been to All Bar One and is flying out of Edinburgh Airport, to come down and find out what we’re all about before jetting off on their travels.”


Gordon Dewar, chief executive of Edinburgh Airport, said:  “I am absolutely delighted – as I’m sure our passengers will be too – to be welcoming All Bar One to Edinburgh Airport.

“We offer our passengers a wide choice of food and beverage and All Bar One’s commitment to using a range of high quality Scottish produce further builds our position of being Scotland’s ‘Provenance Airport’.

“Our passengers are used to and demand high quality food and beverage options here – and All Bar One is a great fit which complements our retail strategy perfectly.”



  1. I can barely contain my excitement of yet another retail outlet at the shopping centre with a flat area of land next to it called Edinburgh Airport.

    Perhaps Mr Dewar should be more concerned with the public attitude to the:

    1. drop off fees that drivers are charged to bring his customers to the airport
    2. the cost to people picking up his customers from the airport
    3. that private hire companies are pretending to be taxi companies and taxi drivers. That’s illegal Mr Dewar, but hey ho, do you care?
    4. the quality of service rated at

    They can’t all be making it up or lying, can they Mr Dewar?

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