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Restaurants & cafés
Critics say that Californian eclecticism sometimes equates with culinary incoherence, but fans of Calistoga just enjoy the informal bistro style and the...
91-93 St Leonard's Street
Nestled in Tollcross, this indie cinema is a real treat, picking around eight films a week from the edges of the mainstream. Chat up the friendly staff at...
38 Home Street
A ten-minute bus ride south of the city centre, Cameron Toll houses around 40 stores, most of which are high-street names (Boots, Waterstone's, Game and...
6 Lady Road
Set up by publisher Fidra, this newish enterprise does just what it says on the tin. As well as Fidra's own titles, the shop sells the best in children's...
219 Bruntsfield Place
Restaurants & cafés
This sparse room certainly isn't a romantic venue - or, indeed, an eaterie where you might linger at all - but it has secret weapons in the form of an...
248 Morrison Street
Located in Sean Connery's old stomping ground of Fountainbridge, Cineworld is a sprawling, comprehensive 13-screener. Unusually for a multiplex, standard...
This former student union is a cheap and cheerful affair that mines a lager-spattered vein of indie and '80s retro for those who don't take things too...
40-42 Grindlay Street
All of the chocolates produced and sold here are organic and ethically traded. Gorgeous gift boxes are available.
174 Bruntsfield Place
The main problem with this 2,500-capacity former slaughterhouse is its location out of the city centre. That said, the ambience at this oversized barn isn't...
11 New Market Road
At this fruit farm, you can pick your own soft fruit (also available by the punnet), enjoy some ravishing views over to Fife and down the Firth of Forth,...
West Craigie Farm
Sport, health & fitness
Scotland's most comprehensive tennis centre has indoor and outdoor courts, and provides coaching to all standards. The leisure centre has a gym, badminton...
177 Colinton Road
A fabulous and largely complete ruin with parts dating back more than 600 years, Craigmillar Castle is a little out of the way; two and a half miles south...
Craigmillar Castle Road
Covetable contemporary furniture and accessories from world-famous names such as Vitra and Panton.
A beautiful reminder of what cinemas used to be like in the days before the multiplex, the Dominion's art deco interior dates from 1938. The more expensive...
18 Newbattle Terrace
A mid 19th-century villa around a third of a mile west of Haymarket railway station, Dunstane House has been a hotel for more than 40 years. The slightly...
4 West Coates
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