Built 200 years ago and abandoned in the 1960s, the Union Canal was restored and reopened to navigation in 2002. Edinburgh Quays , its...
Caley Sample Room
The Sample Room is a big, lively, convivial pub serving a wide range of wines and excellent real ales, and some of the best pub grub in...
Our favourite neighbourhood bistro, First Coast has a striking main dining area with pale-grey wood panelling, stripped stone walls and...
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Lonely Planet review
Nicknamed for the cemetery across the street – gravediggers used to nip in and slake their thirst here – the Diggers dates from the 1890s. It’s still staunchly traditional – the decor has barely changed in 100 years – and is a real-ale drinker’s mecca, serving locally brewed 80-shilling ale. Packed to the gills with football and rugby fans on match days.