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This classic, dark wood-lined pub has a laid-back appearance and a laid-back staff to match. It used to be a church, hence the name and the ecclesiastical tone of many of the fixtures and fittings.... Read More
This classic, dark wood-lined pub has a laid-back appearance and a laid-back staff to match. It used to be a church, hence the name and the ecclesiastical tone of many of the fixtures and fittings. Now it is the backdrop to the worship of real ales, craft beers and whisky. It's a welcoming pub with a lively conversational atmosphere helped by the lack of blaring music. As well as an excellent range of beers, ales and spirits revelers can enjoy some rather good tapas style food and a generous Scottish breakfast on Sundays. Located at the edge of the Meadows, Cloisters is popular with students, real ales devotees, tourists and a loyal band of locals.
26 Brougham St
Edinburgh, EH3 9JH
0131 221 9997
- Mon-Thu: Noon-Midnight
- Fri-Sat: Noon-1am
- Sun: 12:30pm-Midnight
- Best for Pubs Because: Cloisters is set in a lovely building with a typical pub interior and a great range of drinks.
- Recommended as Best Nightlife Because: Cloisters is a great place to enjoy great beers, good food and fine conversation.
- Best for Brew Pubs Because: Cloisters is a great place to worship at the altar of craft beers and ales.