Restaurants & Bars on George Street Edinburgh
George Street Bar & Grill
The George Street Bar And Grill
The George Street Bar And Grill is a contemporary and elegant all day venue on Edinburgh’s famous street of the same name and overlooking Charlotte Square. Inspired by traditional grand European cafes and brasseries it offers a wide range of delicious classical dishes from brunch through to dinner and a stylish late night bar for drinks and cocktails. This is George Street’s newest and hottest restaurant and bar concept with a stunning interior that has been designed to reflect the areas fashionable image.
130 George Street
Browns Edinburgh is on George Street right in the centre of the New Town. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Browns fits in perfectly mongst the neo-classical townshouses and Georgisn squares. Our bar and restaurant are housed in a beautiful and stylish building which is a popular spot for shoppers, tourists and local residents, and the bar is a firm city favourite. Our restarant features seasonal Scottish menu items as well as our usual innovative take on a range opf classics.
131-133 George Street
“Chaophraya Thai restaurant brings flavour to George Street presenting a fusion of delicious authentic cuisine, luxurious surroundings and a sensational drinks menu.”
“’Ow Jai Sai’ translates as ‘from the heart’. It meams that everything matters to us and we care about everything. Authenticity is at the heart of everything we do, our restaurant provides diners with a visit to remember and true taste of Thai culture and cuisine.”
Open Mon-Sat 12-10.30pm Sun 12-10pm
4th Floor, 33 Castle Street
Le Monde is a perfectly located luxury boutique hotel with 18 uniquely themed rooms inspired by the world’s most exciting cities. Our Sky Bar and Library Bar provides an ideal backdrop for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner or cocktails and our live music venue Dirty Martini is an elegant and indulgent space for enjoying live entertainment at the weekend. Shanghai Night Club brings the pulsating energy of China’s capital and combines oriental style with cutting-edge technology to provide the perfect atmosphere for a great night out.
16 George Street
The Assembly Rooms was built between 1783 and 1787, to provide a place of entertainment for the wealthy residents of the New Town area in Edinburgh. Designed by local architect John Henderson, it is a grade A-listed building and has been designated a world heritage site. More than 200 years since it opened, the Assembly Rooms is still an entertainment venue, and every August it becomes one of the major venues for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Jamie’s Italian is made up of the Upper Supper Rooms, Lower Supper Rooms and the Edinburgh Suite, taking them back to their original use as a restaurant and providing a stunning venue where the people of Edinburgh and visitors to the city can eat, drink and enjoy our wonderful hospitality!
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Assembly Rooms, 54 George Street
The Queens Arms
Located in the heart of Edinburgh's New Town, The Queens Arms is a contemporary yet quirky Scottish Pub.
With an amazing selection of real ales, Scottish Whiskies and classic cocktails. The Queens Arms has a strong focus on Scottish produce. The menus, which has won the DRAM Gastro pub of the year award 2011, features delicious local ingredients cooked simply and with flair.
49 Frederick Street
Element provides a friendly welcome and laid back comfort of a traditional pub combined with the polished decor of a style bar and the culinary delights of a top restaurant. Tucked away on Edinburgh's cosmopolitan Rose Street, Element is well known for its superb food menus as well as the lively atmosphere of the bar, luxurious surroundings, and fabulous service.
110-114 Rose Street
Welcome to Edinburgh's original - and many would say best - boutique hotel. Put simply, Rick’s is a cosmopolitan bar and restaurant with ten magnificent rooms. As we said when starting out; eat, drink, sleep. Easy. Our location isn't half bad either, with stunning views of the historic castle just around the corner, not to mention equally jaw-dropping shopping a few steps away.
55a Frederick Street
Candy Kitchen & Bar
Candy Kitchen and Bar is all about getting together with best friends to enjoy great food and drinks. Nothing beats the late afternoon sun, a few drinks and some sharing platters. Our kitchen and bar serves simple, seasonal and delicious dishes prepared with love, from fresh, healthy salads and chunky sandwiches to sizzling steaks and burgers straight off the grill.
113 George Street
This is no ordinary bar, restaurant or 4 star boutique hotel; this is Tigerlily. Experience unparallelled luxury at the heart of Edinburgh’s most fashionable district. An ever-so-exclusive converted Georgian Townhouse with every comfort, from beds by the acre and to sensuous fabrics and plasma screens. They don’t make them like they used to, but we wouldn’t have it any other way...
125 George Street