A barman making cocktails, Blythswood Square Hotel, Glasgow
Enjoying a drink at the Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore
The Opal Lounge, George Street, Edinburgh
Experience Scotland’s bar culture for yourself. From traditional pubs in the countryside, which are steeped in history, to contemporary and stylish bars in the heart of the city, there is something for you.
Many of the pubs and bars listed in this section are members of the Scottish Licensed Trade Association. Founded in 1880, it is the only national association in Scotland which represents all sectors of the Scottish licensed trade industry.
The Moorings always strives to give guests that little bit extra, from the warmest of Scottish welcomes to the finest dining experience using the best of local produce in both our bar and our restaurant meals.
A choice of bars offers a contrast of styles. Choose to relax in the lounge bar or enjoy the banter of the sports bar. Both offer a great selection of ales and lagers and naturally a connoisseurs choice of Scottish malts awaits you.
The Tartan Tavern is Oban's only Pub to be featured in the Good Beer Guide. Specialising in cask ales and beers, and also a wide selection of malt whiskies, this cosy, friendly pub is very popular with both locals and visitors alike.
The left bank is as chirpy, charming and cool as the long curl of cucumber that garnishes their icy water. It has an affordably priced menu that makes judicious use of flavours and techniques from around the world.
The Phoenix Bar is a family run traditional bar with a contemporary twist, serving a wide range of largers, bottled beers, wines, spirits, cocktails and malts, with the new addition of three hand pulled ales.