The Holyrood 9A

The Holyrood 9A


9A Holyrood Road
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+44 0131 556 5044

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9AM to 12PM
9AM to 12PM
9AM to 12PM
9AM to 12PM
9AM to 12PM
9AM to 1AM
9AM to 1AM


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"Nothing would be more tiresome than eating and drinking if God had not made them a pleasure as well as a necessity." VoltaireIn Edinburgh's old town, just off the Royal Mile, you'll find new The Holyrood 9A, a place to call your own in the heart of the city.The gleaming pumps offer 20 beer and ale varieties from Scotland and around the world. We take our beer seriously. There's wines and spirits in any which way and a classic cocktail list for your well deserved post-work tipple.The Holyrood's all day menu includes mouth-watering 'two-handers' - an eclectic array of delicious gourmet burgers, with plenty more large and small dishes to choose from, including options for our vegetarian pals.Ask us about reserving a corner of the bar or a whole room for your own event. Stay all afternoon or evening and spoil yourself. Alexander Pope said, “A little beer is a dangerous thing...”

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What a fantastic place to end our Edinburgh pub crawl. Was crawling with my twitter pals @Sevare and @ElixirBrewCo and this fortunately would be our last stop (I actually had my entire family with me so there were 9+2). Holyrood9a went right to work seating us and were very quick to take our drink orders and make us comfortable.
Once we had our drinks, the food menu came out. Just a wonderful menu of food. Most of my family went for one of their gourmet burgers and I can say that everyone was very happy with their selection.
Their drinks menu was quite extensive and desserts were available (no takers as the burgers and fries had everyone full). Service was speedy and top notch and the atmosphere inside was traditional "local". There was also what seemed to be a bear there (really just an enormous black Newfoundland dog that was about as docile as could be).
Don't miss this establishment if in Edinburgh.

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