Fantastic Bars To Visit in Edinburgh
A Whiskey lovers treat. Want to try an old-school, historic bar in the center of the city? Well, head to Bennet’s to sample their impressive selection of single malt whiskies and admire their historic stained glass that surrounds this venue. Bennet’s Bar is definitely an understated venue for whiskey lovers.
The sister bar of Brewdog in London, this place serves the very best in craft beers, guest brews, local brews, home brews, brew brews. Beer, beer, and you guessed it, even more beer!
A popular haunt amongst locals and visitors, Blackbird is the perfect place to score some of Edinburgh’s best ciders. They truly pride themselves on bringing some of the best artisan ciders from across the UK.
52 Canoes Tiki Den
Edinburgh isn’t just about period bars and hidden coves that serve delicious whiskies, with ’52 Canoes Tiki Den’ here to prove just that. With a mind-boggling array of delicious cocktails this venue has become known for its fun atmosphere, friendly staff and amazing cups! Expect this venue to be busy on the weekends.
The Cafe Royal
The Cafe Royal is a restaurant and bar, with an emphasis on heritage. This venue is now well over 150 years old and a great place to experience 19th century architecture while taking a hot-toddy from the bar. Delicious.
The Canny Man’s
The Canny Man’s is an upscale, old fashioned bar in Edinburgh. Full of character and Scottish charm, this bar is a perfect venue to explore the old curiosities that are across all the walls and ceilings of this most amazing venue. Around January they also host their own Burn’s Night Supper, that you are warmly welcome to attend.
The Voodoo Rooms
The Voodoo Rooms embraces its period interior, creating a setting like no other in the capital. From plush chesterfield sofas and ornate gold-leaf walls, this plush palace of a bar is one hot place to visit on a night out. My top tip is to go on a weekend when they regularly host an array of contemporary Scottish bands.