From now until Christmas, Edinburgh favourites Fresh Revolution are bringing a taste of their locally-minded street food to St Stephen Street.
Back in 2011, a nascent love of craft beer brought together myself and now-fiance Raymond. At the time, Brewdog was still a pup, but their hop-forward brews introduced us to a world of schooners, IPAs, mash tuns, festivals, homebrew competitions and more. Grateful for the kickstart, I’ve since enjoyed watching…
Choose Daffy’s on the Terrace for a calm gin-sipping spot. This great wee Fringe pop-up provides a boozy hideaway, just a stone’s throw from the action of the Royal Mile.
At the start of July, The Old Town Chambers established a partnership with Scotland’s leading private caterer, Barry Bryson. The Chambers now offer their guests the luxury of an exclusive chef, with Bryson providing cocktail parties or cookery masterclasses from the comfort of your own room. Or, as we discovered,…
On an otherwise gloomy Thursday, a jolly coach trip out to Winton Castle in Pencaitland, East Lothian made for an excellent evening.
I first tasted Brewgooder on World Water Day (March 22nd). I was sent some pretty orange cans to review, and also sampled this socially-minded craft tipple on draft.
If you’re anything like me and millions of Wagamama fans, you always order the same thing at Britain’s favourite Asian chain. Chicken katsu curry.
I was delighted to be invited to discover the catering capabilities of the Sodexo team, as part of a corporate hospitality demonstration at the Edinburgh New Town Cookery School. We enjoyed 7 courses, each prepared with a smile and finesse, and expertly matched with top quality wines.
I was delighted to attend Solid Liquids’ first event of 2017, joining a group of gin lovers aboard the very purple Lochrin Belle canal boat. We spent two hours cruising the Union Canal, starting down from Akva in Fountainbridge.