Known for their burgers and beer it is a place for the inspired to join forces and also for friends to catch up or families to dine, and with live music three nights a week from some of the most talented people around you will always have a thrilling experience with a date.
Twenty Princes Street has made a real impression on the dining scene in Edinburgh since it opened its doors in 2013- and it’s now officially an ‘award-winning venue’ having scooped ‘Best New Restaurant in Scotland’ at the prestigious Scottish Variety Awards 2014 and also received a Special Commendation for Food & Drink at the Scottish Hotel Awards.
Located on 46-48A Broughton Street, The Phoenix Bar serves Scottish cuisine very close to Edinburgh’s city centre. Its location is only 10 minutes’ walk away from Waverley Station. It takes about a couple of minutes on foot to reach Edinburgh Playhouse, little over 5 minutes to reach Princes Street and 10 minutes to visit Calton Hill from its venue. The lively atmosphere of the interior is particularly suitable for enjoying a sip of one’s favourite drink and munching on burgers in a relaxed and unhurried manner.
Olive Garden is a popular restaurant on a Saturday evening for couples and families seeking to find an authentic Italian meal. The restaurant at 1025 Dana Dr, Redding, CA is one of the 800+ Olive Garden restaurants. The atmosphere in this restaurant takes you on a journey to Italy, the staff is professional and obliging, and the food tastes like it is from heaven above. It is a great place to have a wonderful meal with friends and family.
About three years ago, David and Alison decided to extend the café operations to include a larger lunch menu, more tables and extended the trading hours of the café so that it now opens at the same time, and closes one hour before, the nursery. The café offers takeaway food as well as sit-in dining and the menu includes a variety of beverages, made-to-order sandwiches,
While walking down the line you will have your desserts that you can pick from. At the end of the line you pick up your drinks that they already have ready, and you pay. There world famous sweet tea is always my choice of drink, because it is very sweet and a splash of lemon. There sweet tea is now sold in grocery stores all around the world. When you finishing pay you have the opportunity to sit anywhere you would like. They have booths, tables, and places you can eat outside. This is definitely not a restaurant with a white table cloth on it and a fancy waiter, but you will not regret eating here. This is a family friendly place, a good family atmosphere with lots of friendly vibes. They have areas set up in every room that you can get your ketchup, napkins, forks, and refill your drink. I never knew until a couple times after going to the Beacon that they have a cooler full of ice up near the casher that you can help yourself to some more ice if you need
Closing time was 6:00 PM except for Saturday, when he closed at 1:00 PM, theoretically. However, a farmer in town for weekend shop-ping would be served on request, since the store remained open until 9:00 on Saturday night. Early mornings and late nights were the pat-tern of business in mid-century. Dad would rotate in his grave if he could see what has become of his beloved postal service. ‘Service’ really meant something to him.
Excelsior Jones, on Queen Street is a buzzing, illuminated cafe for coffee, brekkie and lunch dishes. They don't just serve standard cafe food, they serve tasty variations on traditional cafe staples like the Beef Ribwich and the salmon hash. The locals like it here because the prices are fair and the service is
Park City’s Prime at Canyon’s serves an eclectic array of contemporary American cuisine with a hearty and home-style touch in its elegant and welcoming restaurant. The cauliflower bouquet sautéed with garlic and micro cilantro and the homemade sausages with mustard demi-glace and white bean cassoulet make sensational starters. Some of Prime at Canyon’s’ specialty entrée dishes include the rosemary mustard crusted French cut chicken breast with a tarragon jus, the mustard crusted salmon with lentils and olive tapenade and the slow-cooked lamb ribs with gravy, all of which are beautifully presented and superb alongside a glass of wine. More causal offerings, such as chicken pot pie, the Canyon burger and the New York style double hot dog topped
Ushers Restaurant serves classic British cuisine with a contemporary twist very close to Edinburgh Airport. Nestled into Norton House Hotel & Spa, its location on 1 Ingliston Road is next to Royal Highland Showground. From its place, Gogarburn Golf Club, Royal Zoological Society of Scotland and South Gyle Railway Station are found within 15 minutes’ driving distance. Steeped in golden yellow and dark red tones and showcasing features original to the historical building, the expansive interior of this critically acclaimed restaurant oozes a graceful charm.