Use the food and drink search to ensure you make the most of Scotland bountiful larder and excellent nightlife. Find great places to eat out, top traditional bars and pubs to visit and where to find Scotland’s top food producers and food and drink attractions.
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. SLTA work very closely with VisitScotland on a number of initiatives and were instrumental in helping deliver the Best Bars quality assurance scheme.
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Monty’s Bar is a privately owned public house based in Castle Douglas.
Dining in Kingennie’s popular Waterside restaurant or Cairn O’Mount Bar is a delightful experience
Homely friendly community spirited pub. Winner of Community Pub of Scotland 2000.
Curly Coo Bar is situated in the centre of Crieff High Street. "The Coo" was opened in April 2009 and is stll evolving! Specialising in malt whiskies, with a growing selection from across the regions of Scotland, almost 100 to choose from!
The Black Bull is a recently refurbished pub based in the town of Lockerbie.
In the heart of the west mainland of Orkney the Smithfield is situated in the village of Dounby, this family run hotel is surrounded by many archaeological sites, RSPB reserves and well stocked brown trout lochs.
The Grill is one of Aberdeen's best know and oldest bars. Originally established as a restaurant in 1870 and converted to a pub some time later, it has remained virtually unchanged since 1926.
Welcome to Tribeca
Bar and Pub Food
O'Connell's Bar and Diner is a refreshing change to Kirkcaldy's bar and restaurant scene with a total focus on good times and great customer service.
Pinkertons is a family bar catering for all ages. Taken over in January 2008, Pinkertons has since been fully refurbished and can now boast a modern bar and function suite.
Old traditional bar at least 300 years old with open fire and warm friendly atmosphere.
This small, family run hotel is set in the heart of Inverkip, a historic conservation village on the magnificent Clyde coast of Scotland
As our guest, your comfort is our first concern. We want your visit to Orkney to be memorable, starting with our comfortable rooms and our exceptional meals in the restaurant.
The Cairngorm Hotel is noted for its high quality meals using excellent local produce.
Bar and Pub Food
This historic building is steeped in history. It dates back to the 1850s, when it was the station master's lodge and the history and heritage live on
The Oyster Inn restaurant serves tempting starters, appetising main courses, and is a favourite for the seafood lover and the carnivore.
Welcome to Crief Hydro Dining
Sports bar. All major sporting events screened
The Waverley Bar is a great traditional Scottish pub which offers drinks, meals and snacks every day.
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.