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21st Century Kilts

Critics' choice
Shops

Howie Nicholson's take on the kilt has helped alter the garment's image. You'll find camouflage, black, denim, leather and PVC kilt options for men and...

48 Thistle Street

Balmoral Hotel

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Restaurants & cafés

Afternoon tea at the Balmoral has an honourable pedigree. In both the elegant Palm Court and the Drawing Room, you can order the Balmoral Tea (2.30-6pm,...

Balmoral Hotel, 1 Princes Street

Belinda Robertson

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Shops

Belinda Robertson offers a blend of traditional and more contemporary designs in cashmere. There are two labels: White Label is the more affordable, but...

13A Dundas Street

Blue Moon Café

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Restaurants & cafés

Right at the heart of Edinburgh's gay scene, the welcoming, laid-back Blue Moon Café offers good food and drink. The staff are cute and sassy: ask here if...

1 Barony Street

Boudiche

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Shops

This dark, decadent lingerie boutique has daywear, occasion wear and all kinds of flirtatious frippery. Brands include Elle Macpherson Intimates, La Perla,...

15 Frederick Street

Bramble

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Bars & pubs

A 2006 arrival in a sub-basement space on Queen Street, Bramble doesn't exactly announce itself to the planet, but over the last few years it has been,...

16a Queen Street

Café Royal Circle Bar

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Bars & pubs

An island bar dominates this attractive and elegant pub, where the walls are decorated with Royal Doulton tiles of famous inventors. You find all sorts...

19 West Register Street
Major venue

Corniche

Critics' choice
Shops

For more than 30 years, Corniche has been the byword for designer shopping in the city. Designers such as Westwood, Nigel Cabourne and Gaultier are...

2-4 Jeffrey Street

Cumberland

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Bars & pubs

The Cumberland is perhaps the most user-friendly of the city's acclaimed cask ale bars (four regular ales on tap, another four guest beers). It feels light...

1-3 Cumberland Street

Edinburgh Castle

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Attractions

Military barracks, prison, royal residence, murder scene, birthplace of kings and queens… Edinburgh Castle has served a variety of purposes during the...

Castlehill
Major venue

Forth Floor

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Even the anti-fashion brigade admit that Harvey Nicks' fourth floor restaurant and brasserie are pretty good. The views are tremendous, the interior design...

Harvey Nichols, 30-34 St Andrew's Square

Guildford

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Bars & pubs

Established in 1898 (the building dates back a further 60 years), the Guildford is one of Edinburgh's most accessible Victorian pubs, just a hop, skip and...

1-5 West Register Street

Howard

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Hotels

A New Town Georgian fantasy of a hotel, the Howard occupies three adjacent buildings that date to the 1820s. You can almost imagine King George IV fiddling...

34 Great King Street

Inhouse

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Shops

In addition to contemporary minimalist furniture, you'll find a large range of modern accessories, including plenty of Alessi designs.

28 Howe Street
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