Belted Burgers take their name from the cattle that provide the meat for the burgers. I went to their Edinburgh restaurant on Fredrick Street to find out what they are offering this Christmas season. Continue reading
Saturday morning at Edinburgh Academy. People are setting up and anyone who comes through the door is handed a champagne flute and a voucher for an oyster. Bottles pop: Fizz Festival, Edinburgh, has started.
Amy and Caroline went to the Kilderkin to get inspiration for Christmas gifts.
Another wine bar launch, this time in Stockbridge, Good Brothers Wine Bar boasts an impressive wine list with more than 1,000 wines from around the world.
Kerry attended the launch of new wine bar, Il Calice on Picardy Place, opened by wine-importer owners, father and son, Ronnie and Kyle Reid.
On Thursday, Amy and Caroline went to Gayfield Creative Spaces to celebrate the launch of AwB Bespoke, Angels with Bagpipes’ catering service.
Kerry attended the relaunch of the whisky bar, Kaleidoscope, at the Scotch Malt Whisky Society on Queen Street and had a tour of the recently renovated townhouse. Fabulous treats from their Dining Room restaurant were on offer as well as the opportunity to find the perfect whisky for your personality.
As part of Kerry’s mad Festival antics, she attended a Glengoyne Whisky Supper at Cannonball. It was a chance to become a whisky aficionado with like-minded individuals in a group dining experience a stone’s throw from the Castle.
Until the end of the August, The Caley Bar hosts Gin House, featuring Eden Mill gin and cocktails. I went to the opening night to try them out. Their original gin is bright and citrussy, a great cocktail base and refreshing with Fentiman’s floral tonic. The Love gin was interesting: rose…