Edinburgh street food market The Pitt returns after a winter break this weekend with a Six Nations special
It's a Six Nations special as the warehouse reopens.
After a winter break, foodie haven Pitt Street Market is returning this weekend.
Returning on Saturday 1 February, The Pitt will open its shutters and welcome visitors into a place to grab a bite to eat while getting to watch the Six Nations games inside their heated warehouse with surround sound system.
There will be there big screens, live music and DJs between the games as well as street food, local craft beer, wine and dessert.
Also joining this rugby season are an outstanding musical line up including Dave Tunstall on the highland pipes, DJ Dolphin Boy, Toby Mottershead, The Auld Reekie String Band, Cera Empala & the New Prohibition, DJ Ginja Afro, The Jennifer Ewan Band & The Microband.
Games begin this weekend, with Scotland’s trip to Ireland kicking off at 4:45pm on Saturday 1 February.
They host England on Saturday 8 February, travel to Italy on Saturday 22 February, welcome France on Sunday 8 March, and finish up playing Wales on Saturday 14 March.
Kids and dogs are welcome for free while entry will cost between £1 and £2.
The Pitt's opening hours are 12pm until 10pm on Saturday and 12pm until 6pm on Sunday.