Built in 1637, and taking its name from the tron, or public weighbridge, that once stood on the site, this church is famous for its...
The imposing Georgian City Chambers were originally built by John Adam (brother of Robert) between 1753 and 1761 to serve as the Royal...
This crowded cellar bar, just off the Royal Mile, has live music every night till 3am, from rock and blues to folk and jazz. Open-mic...
North Bridge Brasserie
This stylish brasserie inhabits the former lobby of the Scotsman newspaper building (now the Scotsman Hotel), a huge airy hall with...
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Gordon’s Trattoria information
The delicious aroma of garlic bread wafting into the street will guide you into this snug haven of wisecracking waiters and hearty Italian comfort food. In summer you can chomp on pizza and slurp wine while comfortably seated at a pavement table, and late-night hours means that Gordon’s often develops a bit of a party atmosphere after midnight on Friday and Saturday.