From whisky to gin, fine dining to street food, here are the best things a foodie or a drinks fan can do in the capital. (Rankings - in reverse order - taken from Trip Advisor user reviews of Things To Do in Edinburgh)
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The place to go in Edinburgh if you want to enjoy the best of Scotland's street food producers.
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Edinburgh's first daily market with streetfood 7 days a week and a modern flea market at weekends.
Learn to make bread and other baked goods at this exciting bread baking school.
Based at Summerhall, this is Edinburghs Longest Established Non-Continuously Operating Brewery.
Caption: The 'Sip Gin School' experience involves a bottle of personalized gin, tasting different gin profiles, cocktails and being instructed by industry experts.
This free entry urban farm, cafe, and events space which educating the public about farming and food production is a great family day out.
The Capital's premium Farmers' Market is the perfect place to pick up some local produce and meet Edinburgh's community of producers.
Already a top attraction in its own right, the addition of a gin garden and distillery tour has made the SHG the perfect place for any gin fan to visit in the Capital.
One of the best places in the Capital to enjoy street food, the market is a great place for foodies to try out some of the best up-and-coming producers.
Featuring The World's Largest Collection of Scotch Whisky, the Experience is an amzing place to go and learn the story of Scotch whisky.
Home of Paolozzi lager, Edinburgh Beer Factory's art and craft brewery is hugely popular for its fun tour and tap room. 95 per cent of its reviews are excellent.
Enjoy a Brewery Tour, brew your own beer or visit the Tap Room in one of Edinburgh's most popular craft breweries.
The Edinburgh Gin Distillery on Rutland Place is massively popular with residents and visitors alike, with people giving particular praise to the knowledgable staff.
Go see Emily and Gertrude, Pickering's gin stills, as you enjoy a tour round one of the Capital's most successful gin distilleries. 91 per cent of the reviews hail it as excellent.