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Cocktails in Princess Street

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Cocktails in Princess Street

Looking for a nice cocktail whilst xmas shopping? Thanks in advance for any advice :)

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1. Re: Cocktails in Princess Street

If you mean Princes St, then there are several cocktail places in George Street parallel.

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2. Re: Cocktails in Princess Street

Try Tonic or Harvey Nicks. http://www.bar-tonic.co.uk/ www.harveynichols.com/forth-floor-edinburgh

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3. Re: Cocktails in Princess Street

Just go for a mulled wine at the Christmas market

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4. Re: Cocktails in Princess Street

Or the Dome on George ST has a bar which does a few cocktails. Or cups of tea. Or anything inbetween.

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Festive decoration and impressive.


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6. Re: Cocktails in Princess Street

Hi Laurie,

As per previous posters, you will probably have to venture up to George street (parallel to Princes street) I suppose if you are feeling flush you could go into the Balmoral at the end of Princes street, but it is a 5 star hotel with prices to match. There are loads of great places on George St, La Monde, The Dome (you need to go in there just to see the decorations) Tiger Lily, etc etc.

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