For more than 30 years, The Port O’ Leith was one of the rowdiest places you might visit on a Friday or Saturday night - and an absolute Leith institution. It’s still a scream on the weekends to this day, but it has had a gentrification facelift in 2017. Gone are the nautical memorabilia and in is a stripped back look, making the most of this 19th century building’s features. For a small pub without a dancefloor, the punters quite often used to make do with the tables and bar itself. Decades of reviews in print don’t go away easily, so you’ll always find a mixed crowd from backpackers to sailors and solicitors. All in the mixing pot that is Port O’ Leith. Just don’t go for a quiet evening.
Constitution Street, Leith
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