L 'Escargot Bleu
Mansfield Place Church
In complete contrast to the austerity of most of Edinburgh's religious buildings, this 19th-century, neo-Romanesque church at the foot...
Edinburgh Printmakers’ Workshop & Gallery
Founded in 1967, this was the UK’s first ‘open-access’ printmaking studio, providing studio space and equipment for professional artists...
Cask & Barrel
At the foot of Broughton St, the spit-and-sawdust style Cask & Barrel is a beer-drinker’s delight, with a selection of up to 10 real...
Locanda de Gusti
This bustling bistro, loud with the buzz of conversation and the clink of glasses and cutlery, is no ordinary Italian, but a little...
Lonely Planet review
As with its sister restaurant, l’Escargot Blanc on Queensferry St, this cute little bistro is as Gallic as garlic but makes fine use of quality Scottish produce – the French-speaking staff will lead you knowledgeably through a menu that includes authentic Savoyard tartiflette, quenelle of pike with lobster sauce, and pigs’ cheeks braised in red wine with roast winter vegetables.