THE BAILIE

There has been a bar on the site of The Bailie since the 1870’s and in its previous incarnation, it was known as the Grand Bar.

 

The Grand bar was very much a working mans “Spit and Sawdust” bar, as were the majority of bars in Stockbridge. It was also quite different to the cosy and welcoming design of what The Bailie bar is now.

ADDRESS

2-4 St Stephen Street 
Edinburgh
EH3 5AL 

OPENING HOURS

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11am - 12am
11am - 12am
11am - 12am
11am - 12am
11am - 1am
11am - 1am
11am - 12am

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Today The Bailie Bar forms the heart of  Stockbridge’s pub scene with locals and visitors alike welcomed into the cosy, firelit bar and restaurant. Banter and debate is encouraged around the distinctive island bar and the offerings include real ale, craft beer, a choice selection of whisky, classic cocktails and outstanding gastro pub meals.  

Live music is preformed every Friday at 10pm and there is a regular pub quiz held on a Tuesday.

WHISKY SPONSOR

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An abundance of Aberlour Single Malt Scotch can be found at The Bailie bar including old, rare and limited editions as well as flights, serves and beer pairings. To learn more about Aberlour, click the button below.

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ABERLOUR AND BLOOD ORANGE WHISKY HIGHBALL

This signature serve at The Bailie is a highball made from deep and rich Aberlour single malt whisky and Fever-Tree Blood Orange Soda, for a drink as rich and maroon in colour as the interior decoration of the bar itself.