68 Pubs and Bars found in or around Lady Stairs House Edinburgh

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The Last Drop

A bit of a landmark in the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh, we remember it being bigger, but we were probably a bit squiffy on those visits. The Grassmarket used to be the site of public executions, once upon a time, with some...

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0.12mi
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BrewDog Bar

The famous (or should we say 'infamous'?) <a href="http://www.brewdog.com" target="_blank">brewery</a>, notable for it's penchant for very strong beers and <a...

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0.17mi
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Halfway House

Famous but titchy real ale bar down a close from the Royal Mile. because of its size, it doesn't take much to fill it up. Calling itself "Edinburgh's smallest and friendliest pub, the Halfway House does traditional...

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0.25mi
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Sandy Bell's Bar

Many of the pubs in the centre of Edinburgh claim to be legendary and quite a few are, but Sandy's Bells is right up there with biggest - which is something of an irony as it's probably one of the smallest pubs you'll ever...

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0.26mi
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Jolly Judge

Just off the Royal Mile where tourists vie to be the keenest to buy shite the victim will neither want, need nor appreciate (just buy a decent bottle of malt from the nearest off-license and be done with it) the Jolly Judge...

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0.03mi
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Greyfriars Bobby Bar

If you don't know the story of Greyfriars Bobby or haven't seen the film, Greyfriars Bobby was apparently a Skye Terrier who watched over the grave of his owner, John Gray, in the churchyard of Greyfriars Kirk until he died...

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Albanach

Really whisky is what this place is all about - with vintage malts aplenty, and extensive ranges of various vintages. It's a jolly agreeable place to pop in for a 18-year old Talisker or a 23-year Highland Park or whatever. But...

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0.23mi
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The Royal Mile

A bit more bar than trad pub, the Royal Mile does a decent job. It's comfortable, friendly, and well situated on Royal Mile - although it's right next door to the Mitre, one wonders how they both manage, but there's probably...

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0.26mi
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Bannerman's Bar

Situated in a series of caverns under North Bridge, Bannerman's has a bit of a labyrinthine feel about it. It's a bit studenty, but that okay if you're in the mood for it. It's another one that's been here for donkeys years....

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0.26mi
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The Mitre

The Mitre's a ;large pub with plenty of seating for all the thirsty visitors. A Nicholsons pub, the beer is largely local and well looked after. Friendly staff, a certain number of visitors and some regulars, with the hardy...

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0.28mi
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