The sixth pub crawl in our series takes place in Leith.
The fifth in our festival pub crawls traverses the New Town.
Unlike its sister crawl, Old Town North, Old Town South traverses more of the South Side’s bars that lie adjacent to many Fringe venues.
The third of our pub crawls, the Old Town North trail has an extensive list of both core and optional bars to choose from.
The second crawl in our festival pub crawls 2019 takes you through Newington.
The first in our series of Fringe Festival pub crawls 2019 takes us from Morningside to the Meadows.
The final day! Richard's alcohol-fueled quest to find Edinburgh's best bar staff ends up at WestRoom, where he found Sam Leishman, a 20 year old Guinness drinker with a passion for...
Richard didn't stumble far from yesterday's bar, Foundry 39, as just a few yards up Charlotte Lane he fell into Sygn, a trendy retro-style cocktail bar & diner where Edinburgh Bars...
Tucked on the corner of Queensferry Street and Charlotte Lane you'll find the ultra-hip bar and eatery, Foundry 39.
Warm and welcoming, and always entertaining, 99 Hanover Street is at the heart of Edinburgh's bar scene.
In the heart of the Old Town, Cabaret Voltaire is a legendary live music venue in the vaults beneath North Bridge.
The Three Sisters – renamed the Free Sisters during the Fringe – has long been a festival hub and a jewel in the crown of the Free Festival.
Just around the corner from the iconic Greyfriar's Bobby you'll find the Oz Bar, and that's also where Richard found today's Edinburgh Barstar, Erik Stenersen.
Edinburgh is Festival City for good reason, and amongst all the theatre, comedy, books and arts there's even a Scottish Gin Festival.
Formerly a parsonage, Cloisters Bar is a uniquely traditional Edinburgh pub.
Just off the Royal Mile and Cowgate you'll find a craft beer shop and bar called the Salt Horse.
The Heads & Tales bar is the home of Edinburgh Gin, and it's also where Richard found today's Edinburgh Barstar, Tomas Germanavicius, a Lithuanian who's a dab hand at mixing up a c...
Richard's headed over to Leith to the eclectic bar that is The Mousetrap where he finds today's Edinburgh Barstar, Jay Weeks.
Richard is exploring Edinburgh's East End today to discover the Barstar of the Day at The Newsroom, where Glaswegian Molly McCluskey is making plans on photography while sipping a ...
Richard's headed south to Clerk Street where at the unique Dog House bar he's discovered today's Edinburgh Barstar, Montse Pearce, a Spanish-born artist with good taste in whisky.
Just off George Street you'll find the Thistle Street Bar (the TSB as it's affectionally known).
An authentic Tiki bar in the New Town? Richard popped on his hula skirt and hotfooted over to the Auld Reekie Tiki Bar to meet today's Edinburgh Barstar - Donald McGhie, former ban...
Hidden away in the Old Town on Advocates Close you'll find The Devil's Advocate, and if you're lucky today's Edinburgh Barstar will also be on shift.
It's only open from July to the end of September, but Richard's sought out pop-up bar Whisky Or Death to find today's Edinburgh Barstar Of The Day, Alan Mulvihill.
Richard's in one of Edinburgh's most unique bars today to meet Ross Bryant, co-owner of Bryant & Mack Private Detectives on Rose Street North Lane.
Richard is still in New Town, but with great bar staff like Robbie Johnston at Nightcap - why would you want to leave? Nightcap might be a relatively new addition to the Edinburgh...
Richard's in New Town today to meet our Edinburgh Barstar of the Day, the fabulously hirsute Kyle Jamieson who takes care of his punters at Panda and Sons on Queen Street.
Richard takes us just a few steps from Princes Street today for the discovery of Hoot The Redeemer and the wonderful Sarah Urwin serving cocktails.
Richard ventures over to Broughton Street Lane to the Outhouse where today's EdFringe Barstar is Cordelia Toennies from Germany, who studied drama in Scotland and wants to move to ...
In a sea of celebrities, we chat to the people who really matter - the people serving us a drink. Today we find out a little more about Ben Howard at the Abattoir Bar.
Large Mojito at Pollyanna's... And then bed!
A delicious Fringe First cocktail at Brookes Bar with the super funny and talented Naomi Petersen! Go see her show I Am Telling You I'm Not Going... and tonight she didn't!
I'm on a Lady Garden, the fellas are on White Russians... How is this going to end?! Only the staff and clientele of Polyannas will know...
Salty Margarita at the Abattoir... Definitely not one of my five a day.
Sharing what we can only describe as a Backwards Trevor with Nick Hall at the Pleasance. Go see Nick in Szcrabble - he's super good! Then have a Backwards Trevor.
Mojitos at The Abattoir with my improv team The 838. Just after this pic we sent the cocktails back as it was essentially just soda water and got a margarita instead.
Sinking a Venetian Spritz with Tom from Tom and Will's Open Swim – Go see them – they are funnnnnnyyyyy.
Enjoying a Gancia Manhattan at the Italian Escape Bar, Pleasance. Getting a bit of heart burn.
Knocking back a Bellini at La Locanda on Cockburn Street. It's 10am.
Keeping it classy with a Prosecco Gold Rush at La Piazza - Prosecco, Archers and Vodka. Nice.
Forcing down a Bottega Bellini at the Pleasance. I'm a picture of health today.
It all started with a Delicious Fizz at Spoon then everything got a bit blurred. I blame Emma Jerrold. Go see her show Broken Fanny and tell her off for me.
Having a Jessica Rabbit at The Whistle Stop with my mum. It's her Birthday today. She's 70!! 70!!! Look at her skin!!! She looks younger than me.
Spreading my wings and trying an 80 Days Daiquiri at the IBIS Southbridge. Delish!!
Sharing a surprisingly refreshing Peach Appletini in the Pleasance with the writers and star of Channel 5's new comedy Borderline.
Sipping on a sickly sweet Raspberry Cosmo in a jar at the Pleasance Courtyard. I'm sandwiched between two fellow players of the Free Association - go see Jacuzzi - it's HOT improv.
Knocking back a Russian Collins in the Loft Bar, Gilded Balloon with all the celebs – including this one – one of my oldest friends in showbiz, Jody Kamali.
Clare Plested is still smiling as she continues her quest to bring us the Cocktail of the Day.
It's time once again for Cocktail of the Day with increasingly alcoholic comic Clare Plested.
Follow comic Clare Plested on an adventure in alcoholism as this year's she's agreed to bring us Cocktail of the Day. For the debut, it's a specially invented tipple at Ciao Roma.
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