Mo Beans, Easter Road

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Easter Road is one of the most rapidly changing streets in Edinburgh.  Mo Beans is at the bustling southern end, increasingly full of excellent...

Ducks – great location, website and food but…….

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Ducks, built originally in 1638, sits at the heart of a sleepy village of Aberlady near a wildlife reserve on the East Lothian coastline...

Uplands Roast Coffee The Meadows

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If you wander along the Northern edge of the Meadows your ears may be accosted by rhythmic reggae beats. Their source is the Uplands...

Musselburgh fireworks display back at racecourse

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Musselburgh’s annual fireworks display is returning with a bang – at a new location and with a new format. A joint project between Musselburgh Common...

Five places to enjoy seafood in Edinburgh

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Love Seafood is the industry body charged with making sure that everyone eats as much Scottish fish and seafood as they can. They have...

Eating out – Luckenbooths

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A new family friendly restaurant with an outdoor terrace might be the thing to tempt you out and about this autumn. The Bon Vivant...

City centre restaurants may keep their outdoor spaces for another month

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The City of Edinburgh Council has decided to extend the measures which allow restaurants to have temporary outdoor seating spaces for another month. After...

A piece of Brooklyn in Stockbridge

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EARLS, the newest sandwich shop in Stockbridge, is officially open. The inspiration for their hearty sandwiches comes from Brooklyn with focaccia and chilli buns...

Weekend racing and family fun at Musselburgh

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Hot on the heels of a successful August and its sell-out Ladies Day meeting, Musselburgh Racecourse is gearing up for a busy double-header weekend...

Dirty BurgerPizza is the order of the day at Morrison’s

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Morrisons Market Street Pizza Counters are offering freshly made pizzas with the The Dirty Burger Pizza at the top of the menu. Morrisons new...

Diageo opens the doors of Johnnie Walker Princes Street

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In a complete remodelling of the former Binns store, Diageo has created the Johnnie Walker experience at the corner of Princes Street and Queensferry...

Restaurant celebrating awards triumphs

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At The Shore Terrace Brasserie, boss Nikos Matsikas has nothing but praise for his "amazing staff" who have been named runners up in a...

New Canonmills café – Hata Cafe

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Opening a café during a pandemic is a brave move but the owners of Hata on Rodney Street in Canonmills say it has been...

Eating out of town – take a day trip to The...

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AUTUMN TASTES AND A TOUCH OF GAME AT THE DALMORE INN If you’re planning a trip north out of Edinburgh, consider Perthshire – always a...

Distiller sticks neck out to predict global ‘rumnaissance’

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Scottish spiced rum start-up Brass Neck has hit a major milestone – by selling its 1000th bottle just months after launching. Now the delighted founders...

Hats off to another sell out Ladies Day at Musselburgh Races

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Musselburgh Racecourse’s “boutique” Stobo Castle Ladies Day has been deemed a success after 5,000 racegoers enjoyed a day of high fashion and sporting thrills...

Heading for a sell out at Stobo Castle Ladies Day

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Musselburgh Racecourse’s Stobo Castle Ladies Day is heading for another sell-out with less than 100 tickets remaining for Friday’s glamour event. The fashion-led race day...

South American superiority at Superico

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Arriving at Superico, the old 99 Hanover St bar, I feel immediately out of place. They’re playing cool music I don’t understand. If it’s...

Old Town eatery reopens with sweet collaborations

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A pastry shop and coffee and tea merchant will now reach a wider audience as it is announced they will be stocked in an...

Ideas for National Afternoon Tea Week

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It will be Afternoon Tea Week from 9-15 August 2021, when the cucumber sandwich comes into its own along with as many types of...

Superico invite you to celebrate summer at their Latin Summer Festival

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The newest restaurant on Hanover Street is introducing lighter smaller plates for summer with big, bold South American flavour. Chef Scott Wyse is adding...

New Mexican restaurant opens on the Royal Mile

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A third Mexican street food restaurant has just opened joining the two El Cartel locations in the city centre at Teviot and Thistle. The new...

From Comms to Coffee: A New Gem opens in Marchmont

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It was quite by chance that I stumbled across Todd’s Coffee Shop while scouting for books in Marchmont. And if truth be told, it...

2021 return for The Edinburgh Craft Beer Festival

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The Corn Exchange welcomes The Edinburgh Craft Beer Festival, Scotland's biggest and best celebration of modern beer, great food and cool music returns for summer 2021...

Bowman takes another bow at Stobo Castle Ladies Day party

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DJ, television presenter and podcast host Edith Bowman, is returning to Musselburgh Racecourse to host the After Racing Party at the popular Stobo Castle...

Eating out of town – Brasserie Ecosse and their local suppliers

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"WE ALL DEPEND ON ONE ANOTHER" Brasserie Ecosse reopens once again supporting long term Scottish suppliers   With the vast majority of the hospitality sector now fully...

Stack & Still are open from today

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Lennon Guilar (14) and Holly Mckenzie (8) were among the first families to enjoy the amazing array of pancakes on offer at Stack &...

Bonnie & Wild is now open to diners at St James...

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First came the shopping, now the food court is open at St James Quarter. The Bonnie & Wild Marketplace is on the third floor...

A taste of Bologna – by the beach

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Portobello has added to its growing foodie reputation with the opening of pasta specialist Aemilia. Top chef Kip Preidys and Giada Betti have added a...

Glenkinchie Distillery to serve summer cocktails from vintage truck bar

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Glenkinchie Distillery in East Lothian welcomed a magical, refurbished vintage Johnnie Walker truck just in time for guests to enjoy a selection of delicious...

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