It's been an arduous 10 months living under lockdown restrictions, so many parts of life we took for granted are temporarily on hold.
With the anniversary of Scotland’s first national lockdown of all pubs approaching, we were feeling nostalgic towards better, pre-Covid times - and it seems so were hundreds of our readers.
We asked the EEN readers a pretty tough question - what is the best Edinburgh nightclub ever?
Here are 9 of the most popular responses. How many of these do you remember?
1. Atik/Cav/Clouds/Coasters/Outer Limits
An Edinburgh rite of passage. Depending on your age, you'll know this iconic Tollcross club by one of any of the numerous names it's had. Pictured here as a roller disco in 1979.
2. Buster Brown's
Right at the back of Waverley Station, Buster Brown's is a hugely treasured club. It was known as Electric Circus latterly, until it sadly closed in 2017.
Photo: Bill Newton
3. The Venue
The Venue behind Waverley Station managed to house the likes of Sonic Youth, Manic Street Preachers, Suede and LCD Soundsystem despite not being open long at all. Not bad.
4. Tiffany's/Cindarella's Rockafella
Another venue that has been affectionately known by more than one name. No doubt, this St Stephen Street club holds many memories for a few of our readers.
Photo: Sian Brand