Other writing I’ve done…

The List Eating and Drinking Guide 2015

This year’s Eating and Drinking Guide is now on the shelves! This means I’m doing a little bit of updating on my blog – check out my newly published reviews below (my selection from last year can now be found on my home page). Happy reading!

The Blackbird: Snugly situated where Tollcross teeters into Bruntsfield, the design of this sleek tavern reflects its target market…

The Fountain Bar: The Shilling Group seems to be making a habit of transforming gritty backstreet boozers into urbane gastropubs, and the Fountain Bar is no exception…

The Hanging Bat: Staggered across three levels and decked out in an array of wooden panels, the Hanging Bat feels a bit like entering an extremely popular timber yard…

Red Squirrel: Gourmet burgers are still riding high on the trend bandwagon, but with over fifteen choices on the menu, Red Squirrel takes more pride in this affair than others…

The Cloisters:  In this former church, beer culture isn’t so much of an interest as it is a religion. Those who are passionate about a pint should make a point of popping in…

Indigo Yard:  Indigo Yard is a go-to meeting spot for after-work drinks, or a pleasant lunchtime oasis for suited West End workers…

The Ventoux: The Ventoux feels a little like entering an eccentric country pub. There’s no food menu, minimal snacks, and everyone in there seems to know each other…

Heads and Tales: Descending the stairs into this foreboding, underground vault, it would only be human to feel a little curious when swinging the back the sturdy doors…

Lebowskis:  With a warm wooden interior and friendly staff behind an expansive bar, a good time is on the cards at Lebowskis…

The WestRoom:  Elegant, intimate and welcoming, the WestRoom radiates class and comfort…

Lifestyle

I’ve also written a selection of published pieces on events in Edinburgh and generally fun things to do around the city and nearby places!

Edinburgh Easter eggs

Easter egg hunts

Aye Write!

Beat the January blues

Howl – a review

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