Pubs & bars, "Aberdeen"

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25 Belmont Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1JS

Revolution holds an ace in the hole. What seems like just a small, stylish bar with comfy booths and a real fire is actually hiding a secret. For lurking downstairs is a much larger bar with a spacious terrace where, in the summer, students and…


7 Stirling Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6ND

Nox Nightclub

2 Justice Mill Lane, Aberdeen, AB11 6EN

Blue Lamp

Gallowgate, Aberdeen, AB25 1BU

The College

8 Alford Place, Aberdeen, AB10 1YD

Flaming torches above the door light the way to one of Aberdeen's smartest bars for an affluent, togged-up over 25's crowd. Stone floors and lots of brickwork give the place an edge over its blond wood and brushed steel competitors. Mid-week lunchtimes…

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Parkway Inn

Balgownie Road, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB22 8LX


Schoolhill, Aberdeen, AB10 1JT

The Grill

213 Union Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6BA

The Grill is an unlikely name for a bar and yet, in Aberdeen, it is synonymous with all that is best about Scotland's traditional, family-owned pubs. Originally established as a restaurant in 1870, from whence it takes its name, and converted to a…

Mither Tap

30 St John's Street, Aberdeen, AB25 1BT

The Wild Boar

19 Belmont Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1JR
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The Fittie Bar

18 Wellington Street, Aberdeen, AB11 5BT

Moored between the industrial harbour and the granite cottages of Footdee’s historic fishing village, the Fittie Bar is a real seaman’s pub. Warm and welcoming, its ocean-blue lino and nautical bric-a-brac would shame theme bar replicas. A salty…

Under the Hammer

11 North Silver Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1RJ

Nowhere in Aberdeen are you are less likely to find a plasma screen or a trayful of Bacardi Breezers than in Under the Hammer. A mellow basement bar whose name refers to the auction rooms upstairs, it is frequented by a slightly older, sophisticated…

The Illicit Still

Guest Row, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1AU

The Illicit Still is a bit of a Jekyll & Hyde – is it a pub or a bar? Head downstairs to find a warm, pub atmosphere with a maze of nooks and crannies. The sofas, seats, booths and tables are great for cosy conversations, especially around the real…

Old Blackfriars

52 Castle Street, Aberdeen, AB11 5BB

This historic pub is a great antidote to the pumping music and jumping customers found in the city's style bars. Blackfriars (the 'Old' is never used by locals) is named after the order of monks that owned land on the nearby former Castlegate market as…

La Tasca

367 Union Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6BT
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82 Holburn Street, Aberdeen, AB10 6BY

Inn at the Park

3–4 Deemount Terrace, Aberdeen, AB11 7RX

The Brig O'Don

739 King Street, Aberdeen, AB24 1XZ

The Noose and Monkey

31-35 Rosemount Viaduct, Aberdeen, AB25 1NQ

Moorings Bar

2 Trinity Quay, Aberdeen, AB11 5AA
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Prince of Wales

7 St Nicholas Lane, Aberdeen, AB10 1HF

A pub since 1850, the Prince of Wales is known for its beer not its décor, although it features a locally renowned fitting: one of the longest bars in Aberdeen. Boasting its own brew, it also has an impressive selection of Scottish and English ales and…

The Tippling House

4 Belmont Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1JE

The Tippling House is a subterranean late-night tavern serving boutique spirits, hand-crafted cocktails, fine Scottish ales & inspired casual dining.

Upstairs Wine Bar

19 Crown Terrace, Aberdeen, AB11 6HD

Rileys Sports Bar

9 Bridge Place, Aberdeen, FK8 2DT

Mains of Scotstown Inn

Jesmond Square, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB22 8WT