Joseph Pierce’s top 10 Edinburgh tips
For quaint shops such as the Red Door Gallery.
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.
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.
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.
David Bann Restaurant
Outstanding vegetarian food.
56-58 St Mary’s Street.
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.
Out of the Blue flea market
Published: October 22, 2014
Last edited: March 17, 2015