These are all the Edinburgh bars that have been included in the 2019 list.
Bramble boasts a classic decor of stripped bare brick walls, leather armchairs and menus that have been bound in old books. According to the guide, Bramble shows "what high-end creative cocktails should look like." 16A Queen St.
You'll find this cocktail bar in an old Victorian pump house, and they use this unique location to their advantage, combining the historic atmosphere of Edinburgh's Old Town with modern day cocktails. 9 Advocate's Cl.
The popularity of hidden bars has only grown over the years and you can't talk about an Edinburgh secret bar without talking about Panda & Sons. A barber shop exterior is all part of their prohibition-style disguise. 79 Queen St.
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Focusing on 13 bottles of spirits, this cocktail bar uses them to make 13 drinks which then stay on the menu for 13 weeks before a new crop of spirits and cocktails are ushered in. 39A Queen St.
The list bestows KIN the title of "Edinburgh's best Manhattan", this basement bar boasts outstanding customer reviews and a truly unique night out that offers something different at the heart of the city centre. 1 Barony St.
This ocean themed bar is located in the heart of Leith, whose water served as a port for Edinburgh for hundreds of years. Nauticus state that "We are all about championing Scottish liquor and produce". 142 Duke St.
While relatively new, having come into the scene no more than a year ago, it has already garnered a strong following of cocktail enthusiasts. Incredible decor and even better cocktails, what's not to love? 25 W Register St.