Originally set up in 1875, in Bennets, time seems to have not changed a wee bit all these years. Offers an interesting menu and dining list. The original Victorian fittings of the front bar and the intricate wood work adds up to the retro charm Bennets.
The Best Old 'Unspoilt' Pubs in Edinburgh
An old school bar in Edinburgh with an impressive wine list featuring blended malts and hops.
A range of real ales and whiskies and an extensive menu of Greyfriars Bobby's attracts diners of all possible genres
One of the finest Real Ale Bars in Edinburgh, Guildford is a good place to enjoy cask ales, malt whisky and imported beers. Tasty bar food available.
Mathers bar, situated at the far West End of Princes street is a traditional drinking pub with a good range of cask ales and over 100 whiskies on offer.
The Oxford Bar situated on Young Street, Edinburgh is well known for having been featured in Ian Rankin's Inspector Rebus series of novels. It still retains the original compartmentalised form which many other local bars have lost.
An old corner pub in the Leith walk area, Robbie's has a range of cask ales and malts on offer. Always busy on a weekend with drinkers from from the Hibernian stadium just around the corner. The rich interiors with traditional wood, mirrors, and bright colored prints make it dramatically beautiful.
A small, old fashioned street corner pub that serves premium quality real ales and selection of over 35 malt whiskies. A young crowd comprising mainly of students add up to the mood.
Located on the waterfront of Newhaven, the Starbank offers great food and drink in a relaxed atmosphere.
The legacy of Kenilworth bar back to 1893 when it was set up by a wine and spirit merchant. It takes its name from a novel by Sir Walter Scott, whose portrait hangs outside.
The royal oak is a real Scottish pub that is as famous for its live music options as its impressive winelist. Only a few blocks away from the nerve centre of Royal Mile.