The World’s End is a traditional Scottish bar set on Edinburgh’s historic Royal Mile. Lower down on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, the bar is a 16th Century listed building as our exterior wall forms part of Edinburgh’s ancient Flodden Wall which used to protect what is now known as Edinburgh’s historic Old Town. The gates to the city were situated outside the pub, and the brass cobbles in the road represent their exact location. The building has had a few incarnations over the years, from bakers to wine merchants, and finally as the famous bar it is now.
Jen and I attempted to eat and grab a drink here one evening, that was a bust because the place was simply packed, instead we went across the street and found a nice place to eat and drink.This entry was posted in Blog, Scotland 2019