Milk Juicery I’d had a tip that Milk Juicery had opened on good form on Queensferry Street, so when I found myself hungry in that part of town I popped in to give it a look.Exterior A narrow corridor of a place, it has been kitted out in a rather modish style with chipboard to …

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Monty’s Our Beer Man’s Verdict Monty’s in Morrison Street – formerly Carter’s Tap – is never a place that had registered on my beery radar.Exterior It’s almost directly opposite the dependable Thomson’s and just a little too far from places like the Bat or Cloisters to form part of any beer-focused crawl. But its unexpected …

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Maison Bleue at Home Social Bite has been a considerable force for good since first opening its doors in 2012 and I’ve been a regular visitor to their Edinburgh and Glasgow branches.Exterior I was intrigued when they announced their first restaurant project in partnership with the folks at Maison Bleue (as well as some involvement …

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Otro The Cavalry Club had pretty much run its course but rather than sticking around for another ten years of moribund dreariness, it bowed out in relative style at the start of February. Exterior In its place has arisen a partially formed new idea from the team behind the New Chapter. Called Otro, we visited …

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Honeycomb Tearoom February/March seems a popular time of year for cafes to open. In 2016 we had a little outcropping including Zest & Co and Strumpets, both of which happily celebrated their first anniversary and continue to thrive.Exterior This year I had a little spate of a new cafe followers with Twitter profiles mentioning “opening …

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