Top 10 pubs whilst embracing & enjoying the Edinburgh Festival

on 08/07/11 at 11:52 am

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The Edinburgh Festival is definitely world renowned as one of Scotland’s treasures. Edinburgh is quintessential Scottish living at its best. When celebrating the Scottish festival try to also sample the local flavor.

Located in the famous Grassmarket, Biddy Mulligans tops this list as Edinburgh city’s oldest and most successful Irish pub in the region. Great food, celtic class, atmosphere and televised Gaelic sports have watched this pub packed during the Edinburgh festival.

The Bank Bar is located on the corner of The Royal Mile. As a prominent landmark in Edinburgh’s old town, The Bank Hotel in Edinburgh is set in the heart of the city making it a hot tourist spot. The Bank Bar is famous for its collection of malt whisky and hearty food.

For a world class Scottish experience, Cargo is located in the up and coming neighborhood of Edinburh. Cargo is renowned for its service with smile approach to customer relations.

Bacaro Club is described as the perfect place for complete unadulterated fun and opulence. Boasting of the best VIP service, Bacaro spoils you completely with Champagne vault, pure indulgence and luxury.

Hudson’s Bar designed in a New York loft apartment style is one of Edinburgh most cosmopolitan pub. Fun and sophisticated, the Hudsons Bar even serves up breakfast and offers late supper.

The Murrayfield Sharing set within the Murrayfield Hotel is the place to be for international sporting events. A friendly atmosphere greets you at the door while veteran serving staff make you every moment a unforgetable dining experience.

In honor of their 10th anniversary celebrations, The Three Sisters Recently received a remodeling to make it another popular pub of Edinburgh. As Edinburgh’s première party venue, the casual atmosphere and decor has made this a favorite with the locals.

Frankenstein Pub is Edinburgh’s off beat quirky style pub. Considered to be a favorite for its spooky characteristics, during the Edinburgh’s Festival the pub features one of the favorite Full Moon show.

The Last Drop tavern is your guide to experiencing one of Edinburgh’s hippest pubs. The ambiance is lively and full of energy. Quaint and private atmosphere warms you from the minute you are seated.

Maggie Dickson’s
is another lively pub of Edinburgh to enjoy during the Edinburgh festival. This pub is definitely one of the more popular venues of Edinburgh. Named after a fishwife from Musselburgh who was hung in 1728 in the market square.

 

Sarah Howard writes on behalf of Reserve Travel, a serviced apartments specialist who can help you find Edinburgh apartments while you’re in Scotland’s capital city or for apartments in Glasgow.

 

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