St Andrews Brewing Co I’d had a rather mixed time at the Potting Shed over the course of a few visits, so I wasn’t particularly saddened by its demise. In its place comes the St Andrews Brewing Co. Having been given a thorough drenching from the inclement weather I was glad to pop in for …

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The Howff My travels took me to the little seaside haven of Port Seton on a crisply sunny Tuesday. I wasn’t sure quite what to expect from the place but I was pleased to find quite a few options for what I might shovel faceward.Exterior I settled upon a compact little cafe called The Howff …

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The Market Pub An unexpected turn of events took me to Chesterfield on a chill Wednesday evening. With an hour or two to spare before my train back to Edinburgh arrived, I wandered through the town, admired the famously crooked spire, then took up station at the Market Pub on New Square.Exterior A pub in …

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Mimi’s Corstorphine Over recent years, Mimi’s Bakehouse has built a reputation as one of the city’s finest cake purveyors. Three sites – the Shore, Canongate and Corstorphine – as well as a market cake cabin appearing at Festival and Christmas time ensure you’re never too far from your next treat.Exterior Of course, I’m not a …

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Westgate Farm

Westgate Farm After an afternoon of considering potential future abodes, the attention of my brother Grant and I turned to dining. In these parts, the west of the city, the opening of Westgate Farm, a Farmhouse Inn, on South Gyle Broadway, has caused a ripple of excitement. We went to investigate.Farmhouse medley This wasn’t my …

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