If you are in Edinburgh and fancy going somewhere that's a little bit different, you can't go wrong with The Canny Man's. This Morningside pub was established in 1871, and is an Edinburgh institution.
It's not just the establisment itself that's an institution. The Bloody Mary's served here are so famous they were even featured on the BBC's Saturday Kitchen programme!
The beautiful bar has a real shabby chic look to it, and you could easily spend a few hours looking at all the items on the walls, and above your head!
This is not just a pub though - food is served each day, and even that is unique. They serve seafood and smørrebrød - open sandwiches on rye bread, and they have an incredible list that will make it hard for you to decide what to go for! Desserts are fruity and alcoholic - what more could you want!
I celebrated a very special birthday in The Canny Man's and it was the perfect place for a group, as there are different small rooms - I felt like I had my own private party!
Famous seafood chef Rick Stein (one of my favourite chefs!) says it's "the best pub in the world" - and he's definitely spot on with this recommendation. Click to see the official website here.