13 new Edinburgh bars and restaurants to try this summer

Treat yourself to a night out in the capital this summer thanks to one of these newly opened bars and restaurants.

Friday, 26th July 2019, 4:55 pm
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From Thai soups to classic Italian and cocktails aboard a luxury liner, there's something for all nights out in Edinburgh this summer.

Edinburgh Printmakers' Cafe Ink has had a makeover and is now ready to pop into for lunch, which includes vegan and veggie options.
The Victoria, which shut last year, has been undergoing an extensive renovation to turn it into Damm27, a European style eatery which opened recently.

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Opened in January, this luxury liner is open to non-residential bookings for dinner and drinks, and recently unveiled a delicious new cocktail menu.
The bistro at Edinburghs Waldorf Astoria is now home to celebrated chef, Mark Greenaway and his team.
The Civerinos team continue their crust crusade with this pub-pizzeria hybrid in the City's Southside.
Specialising in Turkish flatbread, this new kid on Leith Walk is located in the former premises of Polish Mini Market.
From the chef behind Aizle comes Noto, which will open in August. Serving Scottish food with an Asian twist, find it on Thistle Street.
Owned by the people behind family eatery, Vietnam House, Pho Viet specialises in the classic Vietnamese soup dish pho (pronounced fuh).
One for Italian fans, this newly opened restaurant serves small plates, pasta and pizza.
Opened recently, Tommys showcases the best Bangladeshi street food in the heart of Edinburgh's city centre.
The new Nicolson Street venue of this favourite promises a relaxed setting and serves up classic Lebanese flatbreads and energising "Buddha Bowls".
This newly refurbished pub is dog-friendly and has a great selection of gin, whisky, cocktails and beers - perfect for a lazy weekend.
The hotels Bistro Deluxe restaurant will be replaced by a Surf and Turf concept, made popular in the St Andrews abode.