Edinburgh Press Club
Bright and airy coffee shop in busy Cockburn Street, so called because it's set in the former Scotsman building.
It was The Scotsman newspaper’s original offices, then the Collective art gallery, and now it’s a spacious coffee shop. Instead of artists and journalists, tourists, students and local shop staff can now be found eating Nutella cheesecake cupcakes from Cuckoo’s Bakery while sipping a barista-made flat white. Morning options include granola bowls, avocado toast and fresh pastries, and there is a daily soup (with vegan, gluten and dairy free options) and meat casserole available from noon. Perhaps the booze-soaked journos of days gone by would laugh at the quarter bottles of wine for sale, but the Press Club’s commitment to stocking a small selection of Scottish beers, ciders, gins and soft drinks definitely gets the thumbs up. There’s free wifi and plenty of plug points dotted around and a bar along the large window makes a good spot for catching up on emails, or people watching.
All-day neighbourhood café located on Cockburn Street, just off the Royal Mile in the heart of Edinburgh’s old town.
We serve a wide range of speciality coffees, teas, juices and alcoholic beverages. Light breakfast options are available. Tasty wholesome soup and a selection of delicious sandwiches are served daily at lunchtime. Treat yourself to a scrumptious cake washed down with the perfect cuppa!
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- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
- Capacity: 30
- Open since: Aug 2016
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 3
- House wine: Quarter bottles £5.50 each. per bottle