Well, Eve is the freshest stylish addition to Edinburgh’s entertainment and all-day dining scene. It’s a place for live music every night, carefully crafted signature cocktails and dining for any meal during the day. With a cosy and laid-back atmosphere, guests are invited to admire the colourful artwork, get lost in the soulful performance of the music and just enjoy the moment.
Located at the top of Cowgate near Greyfriar’s Kirkyard, Eve Edinburgh is part of the new Virgin Hotels Edinburgh and will open its doors on Friday, October 7. To celebrate the launch, Eve will be offering all guests 50% off food for every reservation made from October 7 until 29 and will be putting on a variety of live entertainment seven days a week throughout the month.
A diverse range of events is set to be expected at Eve, as performance is at the core of the Virgin brand. Both Scottish and international performers will be invited to play, so guests can expect something exceptional with every visit. From exclusive one-off activations that will undoubtedly put Eve on the cultural map to weekly quaint events including Musical Mondays, On Demand and Live & Unsigned, there will be something for everyone to get immersed in.
When there, start off with the Pin Up, a dreamy concoction of Belvedere, Aperol, Passionfruit, Pineapple, Vanilla and Lime that is Eve’s own version of a Pornstar Martini. And for the food, go for the aged beef brisket croquettes with beetroot and apple ketchup. The soft and hearty starter will bring visitors back to times more simple, leaving them wanting more. For the main, the baked Scrabster cod with urad dahl, toasted shaved coconut, coriander and mint yoghurt and flatbread should hit the spot. Eve Edinburgh also offers breakfast and brunch and is open from 7am every day.
Moreover, the interiors of Eve are like no other. The walls are adorned with floor-to-ceiling unique murals specifically curated by award-winning Dutch graffiti artists from Studio Giftigfor. We are certain the new venue will be welcomed by edinburgers and visitors alike and will become a consistent presence within the city centre.