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Joseph Pierce’s top 10 Edinburgh tips

Joseph Pierce’s is one of several bars in the city run by Swedes Anna and Mike Christopherson. We asked staff and regulars for their Edinburgh top 10.

Victoria Street

For quaint shops such as the Red Door Gallery.
www.edinburghart.com

Lothian Cat Rescue Charity Shop

Great secondhand store, cheap and it’s for a good cause.
23 Easter Road.

Armstrong’s Vintage Shops

A must if you’re into vintage.
64-66 Clerk Street.
www.armstrongsvintage.co.uk

The Pentland Hills

Great walking trails. Take the No.4 bus to Hillend.

Rosslyn Chapel, Roslin

As featured in The Da Vinci Code. Take the No.16 bus.

Arthur’s Seat & The Sheep Heid Inn

Walk up the hill for fabulous views of the city followed by refreshments at Edinburgh’s oldest pub.
www.thesheepheidedinburgh.co.uk

Manna House Bakery & Carlton Hill

Delicious pastries, cakes and coffee to warm up or round off a walk on Calton Hill – not a lot of seats so get there early.
themannahousebakery.co.uk

David Bann Restaurant

Outstanding vegetarian food.
56-58 St Mary’s Street.
www.davidbann.com

Artisan Roast coffee

Because it’s the best thing ever! Artisan Roast’s coffee is served at Joseph Pierce’s and its siblings.
138 Bruntsfield Place.
www.artisanroast.co.uk

Out of the Blue flea market

Lots of different crafts markets in Leith.
36 Dalmeny Street.
www.outoftheblue.org.uk

Read more about Joseph Pearce’s, as well as Boda Bar, Sofi’s, Victoria and Hemma, at www.bodabar.com

Last edited: March 17, 2015

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