Things To Do For Couples In Edinburgh

Find inspiration for romantic date ideas in Edinburgh for your loved one; whether you're looking for a dinner date to impress, or just a change of scenery. There are so many great things for couples to do in Edinburgh, so check out our recommendations that will have you securing major brownie points with your other half. From swanky cocktail bars, to laid-back comedy nights and boozy cooking classes, the city has it all.

Last updated on 13th August 2019

@ The Biscuit Factory on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th August 2019

Ditch your usual date night and head to The Biscuit Factory where Angostura is taking over during Fringe. From live improv and DJs on the decks to classic rum concoctions and pink gin cocktails, this is the ultimate date night this August.

Do something a little different and take your partner to catch a film under the stars. With the choice of A Star Is Born or Sunshine On Leith, you can either catch a hit new flick or re-live a classic, with the comfort of a cosy blanket in romantic setting of Edinburgh's Botanical Gardens.

Whether you're in the mood for a banging breakfast, or plush dinner, you can be sure that The Refinery will bring a touch of glamour to your romantic date in Edinburgh. Seats are covered in lavish faux-fur and comfy blankets, as windows go from floor-to-ceiling, for a glitzy touch. Dine al fresco or head upstairs for the show-stopping spiral staircase which will definitely impress.

Bourbon Bar and Club

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Following a £1million pound refurbishment, this late night hangout is a go-to for cocktails, street food and dancing 'til the wee hours. Cocktails are created using artisan bitters and bespoke syrups, while authentic Asian street food takes centre stage. If that wasn't enough, DJ's spin into the morning for a fun date idea in Edinburgh.

The Devil's Advocate

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Tucked away in the historic Old Town, this whisky bar boasts over 300 bottles from around the world. If you're looking for things to do for couples in Edinburgh, relax at The Devil's Advocate, whisky in hand. For a proper Scottish experience, pair a Ploughman's with a cocktail from the ever-changing menu.