From traditional old, no-frills boozers to hip gastropubs, Leith has no shortage of must-visit bars and pubs.
As independent pubs face a tough winter with soaring energy bills we have put together a handy guide to help you support smaller, local traders.
For those who want to support their local pub instead of putting money in the pockets of chains, check out our featured local pubs starting with Leith.
1. The Dreadnought on North Fort Street
Toby Saltonstall and Roisin Therese run The Dreadnought pub, which offers a wide range of lagers and ales. TripAdvisor reviewers have praised its friendly staff and atmosphere.
Roseleaf near historic Port in Leith is a dog friendly local with teapot cocktails, locally sourced food and board games
PIC: Adam J Bell photography
Photo: ADAM J BELL :Photography
3. Leith Depot
Leith depot is an independent bar, restaurant and live music venue owned by musicians. Dog and family friendly.
4. The Lioness of Leith
Lioness of Leith on Duke Street is a bohemian gastropub with a lively atmosphere, quirky decor and a range of craft beers.
Photo: Neil Hanna