Welcome to the Bailie, a lively traditional pub set in Edinburgh’s leafy Stockbridge. We’re particularly proud of our cask ales, with a regular rotation from a wide variety of breweries – mainly Scottish but we regularly welcome guests from further afield, particularly during our month long beer festivals.
Our chef has taken standard pub grub and turned it up! From hand crafted burgers and the crispiest IPA battered haddock you’ll ever taste, to more upmarket offerings such as haggis stuffed chicken, pan fried seabass served with mash, sugar snaps and a chorizo glaze or cod, chorizo and sunblushed tomato fishcakes served with homemade tartar sauce and salad. There’s something for everyone at a very good price. Our menu changes regularly with the seasons, so there’s always something new on offer – there’s even talk of a recipe book.
Food and drink aside, the thing that really sets The Bailie apart is the locals. Far from just being a pub, we’re frequently the hub of activity, from regular events like the Tuesday pub quiz to the infamous annual duck race, where we team up with other local pubs, businesses and the Stockbridge community at large to throw two thousand rubber ducks into the Water of Leith in the world’s biggest charity game of Pooh-sticks. We also show all sports on our 3 large screens and we are perfect for a cosy beer and dinner in front of the real fire in these cold Autumn / Winter days.