EdinburghFoody was out and about on Thursday at Juniper Edinburgh, trying out the launch of their new autumn/winter cocktail menu, including the overall winning cocktail at last week’s Cocktails in the City, the Cockburn’s Walk, which Juniper won, in association with Pickering’s Gin.
This past week has been all about cocktails and with it being National Old Fashioned Week, Cocktails in the City at the Hub in Edinburgh this weekend (9-10 November) and the Lidl House of Hortus pop-up, it’s cocktails galore.
Edinburgh Cocktail Week may well be over but don’t despair. Discover some new, lovely libations at Fazenda on George Street, who have a new drinks menu, which launched at the start of the month.
Edinburgh Cocktail Week is fast approaching. Don’t miss out – make sure you’ve brought your wristbands in advance.
OK, so the weather is decidedly cool again but this year’s recent hot Scottish summer has produced a bumper crop of delicious Scotty Brand raspberries. To celebrate their bumper crop, the lovely people at Scotty brand sent me a berry hamper to create my own Very Scotty Berry cocktail, which…
They say every day’s a school day and so it was when I attended a cocktail master class at the American Bar at the award winning and very beautiful Voodoo Rooms, one of Edinburgh’s hidden gems, that’s steeped in history – be sure to check out the graffiti on the…
I was invited along last night to kick start the summer in style with some fantastic Negroni cocktails in the beautiful and opulent surroundings that is Contini on George Street.
With enviable views across Princes Street to Edinburgh Castle, Juniper Bar is definitely the place to head to for cocktails with a view. Spring might have been a long time coming but Kerry headed to this great bar to try their new spring menu – Let Spring Be-Gin, along with her partners in crime, Derek and Isaac, The Social Bitches!
Chop House is already one of Edinburgh Foody’s favourite destinations for steak (we’ve reviewed both the Leith and Market Street locations). But there’s more to them. Amy and I went to Market Street for an evening of cocktails.
On a June day when it bucketed it down with 84cm of rain in one day, more typical of the monthly average rainfall , I visited Juniper, the stylish sister bar to Twenty Princes Street, at Hotel Indigo, to try their new Street Food menu and cocktails.