159 Rose St, Edinburgh , EH2 4LS
Dirty Dicks could only ever be the first stop. Dick is a man of legend in Edinburgh. He lived in the 1850s, walking the streets and cleaning up horse manure – hence the name. He was loved around the streets, he even inherited a large sum of money, but died before he realised his legacy – and this pub, bought by descendants, is dedicated to the man himself. There are antiques lining each and every wall (in fact, you can’t even see the walls). There are pots, pans, ornaments and even gold clubs hanging from the ceiling, along with signs saying ‘dirty old men need love too’ (we couldn’t agree more…). This place is lit by candle light – it’s traditional and cosy - and serves beer, craft ales, wine and delicious food. It even has an actual fire. ‘Nuff said.
- Opening Times
- Monday - Saturday: 11:00 - 01:00
- Sunday: 12:00 - 00:00