UPDATE! THE EDINBURGH POP UPS 2016 DIRECTORY has just had a refresh. This year we’re including a few other ‘alternative’ dining experiences too as they are on an upward trend and it’s what we are all wanting…something a little bit different.
The awesome Edinburgh Food Studio which opened last year features at the top of the list and The Pitt Street Market in Leith, which, for us is the street food happening to go to in Edinburgh, there’s nothing else like it. Real, gritty, street, music, booze, doughnuts, pizza and fire pits, just ace.
If you know of any other things going on then should be on our list then please CONTACT US and we can add them pronto. In the meantime, here’s Mrs M about to tuck into her very own supper….a Monkfish no less…with a side of sauv blanc…
photo credit Luigi de Pasquale 2015
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