Scotland’s top photographic gallery hosts changing exhibitions of the best of international contemporary photography.
This manufactured attraction combines gruesome tableaux of torture and degradation with live actors who perform scary little sketches...
The imposing Georgian City Chambers were originally built by John Adam (brother of Robert) between 1753 and 1761 to serve as the Royal...
With outdoor tables on sunny afternoons, and cosy candlelit intimacy in the evenings, this comfortably cramped Tuscan-style wine bar...
One of Edinburgh’s favourite eateries, this 1st-floor bistro (entrance stairs to the right of the Doric Bar) is handy for both Princes...
11-15 Cockburn St · interesting places nearby
Malt Shovel information
A traditional-looking pub, with dark wood and subdued tartanry, the Malt Shovel offers a good range of real ales and more than 100 malt whiskies, and is famed for its regular Tuesday-night jazz and Thursday-night folk-music sessions.