Review of Edinburgh’s Dragonfly cocktail bar. A stylish bar that brings class, great service and great decor to this Grassmarket area of Edinburgh.
Archive for June, 2006
The Hudson Hotel, Festival Inns’ latest and most central Edinburgh venture, for a beer and burger sat outside at their pavement cafe.
With Polands entry to the EU affordable air travel between Edinburgh and Poland is now a reality and one of our guest contributors comments on a long weekend break enjoyed in Gdansk.
Cafe Maria on Edinburgh’s Dalry Road for a Saturday morning all day breakfast fry up and JD Wetherspoons Standing Order on George St for their cheap Sunday Lunch (Sunday club).
The programme is out and booking is opened for the 2006 Edinburgh Book Festival to be held in Charlotte Square Gardens from the 12th to the 28th of August 2006.
More Kasabian tickets for their gig at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange during T On The Fringe 2006 have been released: grab them quick.
The Three Sisters on Edinburgh’s Cowgate, with a sizable outdoor beer garden and sizeable outdoor screen, proves a good place to watch some World Cup Matches.
The 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme is now out and you can make show bookings from Monday. Here’s a look at the upcoming shows and the full line up for Edinburgh’s T On The Fringe 2006.
Edinburgh is playing host to the Scottish Traditional Beer Festival organised by CAMRA. It’s really worth a visit, but be quick as it’s only on for three days ending 10th June 2006.
Review of Izzi, the Japanese and Chinese restaurant on Edinburgh’s Lothian Road, for a Friday evening dinner of Tuna/Avocado Hosomaki, Sweet and Sour Chicken and Teriyaki Chicken.