Brewhemia, Edinburgh

Across Edinburgh city centre, the pub scene these days is absolutely dominated by Wetherspoons. I totally get the model of offering up well-priced food and drink in comfortable – and, should we say, often lively – surroundings. But the five which are currently within striking distance of each other has really squeezed out any individuality
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Diablo Loco, Edinburgh

The Mexican food scene in Edinburgh is the strongest it has ever been right now. From the trendy El Cartel and chain staples such as Wahaca, to burrito kings Los Cardos and Barburrito, the whole spectrum of Mexican cuisine is covered. And covered well! But these boys better watch their back, as the new Diablo
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Edinburgh Cocktail Weekend Preview

Edinburgh’s cocktail scene is positively booming right now. The city’s cocktail bars and their bartenders are regularly competing at the world’s top competitions; the city recently welcomed Tales of the Cocktails on tour; and August saw the first ever Edinburgh Cocktail Festival take place. And joining this roster of highlights is the Edinburgh Cocktail Weekend,
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Taisteal, Edinburgh

Have you ever been on holiday, tasted some fantastic food, and then attempted to re-create it at home? I have, with very little success (just like most of my culinary creations). Thankfully, there’s experts for this sort of thing, with the team at Taisteal bringing the best foods and flavours from across the world to
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Boozy Shows @ The Edinburgh Festivals

You’ll not struggle to find a drink during the Edinburgh festivals, with pop-ups located right across the city. But why buy your own booze, when there are plenty of alcohol-themed shows running across the city this August, which come with a free drink…or five. The Thinking Drinkers: History of Alcohol With FIVE free drinks during
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Dishoom Edinburgh

Dishoom has been creating plenty of buzz since it arrived on St Andrew Square last November. The brand – which calls a beautiful 1920s-era Grade-A listed building its home – made Edinburgh its first stop outside of London and its been well worth the trip up the East Coast mainline. On its official opening night,
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