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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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A friendly, warm welcome awaits our guests.
Welcome to The Smiddy, Ashkirk, country pub restaurant.
Established in 1610, the Globe Inn became the favourite haunt of our national Bard Robert Burns during the 18th Century.
The Scalloway Hotel, on the village waterfront, is a family-run business which prides itself on using the best quality local produce.
The Lee, Glasgow is a popular lounge and bar situated at the edge of university district and the Merchant City Glasgow.
Welcome to Kirkwall hotel.
Sports bar. All major sporting events screened
Very friendly community pub. .
A family run, friendly environment where you can relax with friends.
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Local community hostelry.
The Kings Arms in Irvine provides entertainment 6 nights a week. It is a lively, busy town centre pub that offers a great pensioners discount and other value for money offers as well as tasty pub food at excellent prices.
WHISKI Bar & Restaurant is a multi award winning whisky bar and restaurant situated midway down Edinburgh's world famous Royal Mile.
Bar and Pub Food
The Ferry Inn is open all day for snacks and meals including tea, coffee and cakes from 0730 until 21.00
The restaurant is situated in a former herring station which has been tastefully refurbished with a nautical theme, and has a busy ambience with light background music.
Bar lunches and suppers incorporating steak, duck, homemade soups, steak pies, etc, ham on the bone, game and seafood in season. A la carte and children's menus available. 18th Century village inn, friendly service. Open 7 days.
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.
Saucy Marys Lodge offers great 'craic' for all travellers.
The Springfield Tavern
Lochlands Bar is a community local which prides itself on its friendly welcome and quality service. It is the only supplier of real ale in Arbroath who does it properly and in traditional surroundings. Live sport is always available.