From historic haunts to impossibly cool cocktail bars, locals and tourists are spoiled for choice when hitting the town for a night out in Scotland’s capital city.
But while some amazing new venues have opened up in recent years, many of the city's famous pubs of yesteryear are sadly no longer with us.
Take a look through our photo gallery to see some Edinburgh pubs that called last orders – and let us know your own memories in the comments section before you go.
1. The Highwayman
Exterior of The Highwayman lounge bar at St Andrew Square bus station, January 1978. Picture: TSPL Photo: TSPL
2. Rutherford's Bar
This establishment on Drummond Street was once frequented by the likes of Robert Louis Stevenson. These days, the building houses a restaurant called Hispaniola, run by the Ciao Roma Group. Photo: TSPL
3. The White Cockade
This pub on Rose Street was a homage to the Jacobite ribbons of the same name, worn by Bonnie Prince Charlie and his cohorts in the run up to the '45. The odd Lochaber axe and Jacobite shield could be seen inside. Photo: TSPL
4. The Cas Rock Pub
The Cas Rock was a pub and live music venue devoted to punk, rock, metal and indie. It was replaced in 2000 by El Barrio. Photo: TSPL