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4th coolest place in the world apparently.

Only 4th?

Here's the text for Leith and there's a link at the end to the original article.

Leith, Edinburgh

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4. Leith, Edinburgh​

Once Scotland’s main trade port, Leith’s connection to industry stretches back centuries. Today, however, the north Edinburgh neighbourhood is better known as a cultural hotspot, home to big arts institutions and up-and-coming businesses alike. In recent years, several buildings have been given a new lease of life, including long-abandoned Leith Theatre and the nearby Biscuit Factory, which houses more than 30 creative businesses and its own performance space. The Leith Arches, meanwhile, is a two-tiered pub and events space on the old Caledonian Leith Line – complete with rotating food vendors, a programme of wellness events and the always-excellent Bross Bagels.
The perfect day: When it comes to food, you’ll want to stop by cosy Little Chartroom or the sandwich haven that is Alby’s. If you’ve got cash to splash, The Kitchin and Restaurant Martin Wishart will take you down the Michelin-star route. Next, wander around the harbourside, and drop into buzzing bars and pubs like Teuchters Landing, which overlooks the Water of Leith, or our old favourite, The Lioness of Leith.
Plan your trip: For Leith Festival and Edinburgh Mela, two events that showcase the neighbourhood’s strong local identity every June and August. But you can also get a small taste of this at The Pitt, Leith’s ever-popular weekly street-food market.
🎨 The cultural spaces breathing life into Edinburgh’s coolest neighbourhood
🏃‍♀️ Discover 7 things not to miss on Leith Walk
📍 Check out the best things to do in Edinburgh

 

Green juventine

Well-Known Radge
4th coolest place in the world apparently.

Only 4th?

Here's the text for Leith and there's a link at the end to the original article.

Leith, Edinburgh

Photograph: Shutterstock

4. Leith, Edinburgh​

Once Scotland’s main trade port, Leith’s connection to industry stretches back centuries. Today, however, the north Edinburgh neighbourhood is better known as a cultural hotspot, home to big arts institutions and up-and-coming businesses alike. In recent years, several buildings have been given a new lease of life, including long-abandoned Leith Theatre and the nearby Biscuit Factory, which houses more than 30 creative businesses and its own performance space. The Leith Arches, meanwhile, is a two-tiered pub and events space on the old Caledonian Leith Line – complete with rotating food vendors, a programme of wellness events and the always-excellent Bross Bagels.
The perfect day: When it comes to food, you’ll want to stop by cosy Little Chartroom or the sandwich haven that is Alby’s. If you’ve got cash to splash, The Kitchin and Restaurant Martin Wishart will take you down the Michelin-star route. Next, wander around the harbourside, and drop into buzzing bars and pubs like Teuchters Landing, which overlooks the Water of Leith, or our old favourite, The Lioness of Leith.
Plan your trip: For Leith Festival and Edinburgh Mela, two events that showcase the neighbourhood’s strong local identity every June and August. But you can also get a small taste of this at The Pitt, Leith’s ever-popular weekly street-food market.
🎨 The cultural spaces breathing life into Edinburgh’s coolest neighbourhood
🏃‍♀️ Discover 7 things not to miss on Leith Walk
📍 Check out the best things to do in Edinburgh

If you worked in the shipyard you wouldn’t call it cool you’d call it fuckin freeeeezin.
They didn’t name Baltic street that for nothing 🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶
 

moathibby

Legendary Radge
Read about this in Facebook-yes it's back.Aparently there was a few reviews about Albion Road being full of Junkies.Must have been written by Jambos.
 
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