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Best bars in Dumfries and Galloway

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“Local Pub that offers a relaxing place to eat good food, enjoy a drink and meet the locals.”
9local recommendations
Restaurant
“Still retaining many of the old features from its monastic days including a tunnel that once ran under the city to the Cathedral, the Thin White Duke has became one of Carlisle's favoured eating and drinking establishments.”
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Bar
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“Recently renovated and beautifully decorated. Good food and drinks. There is a nice bar next door (T-Bar) with live music most nights.”
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Bar
“Lovely food. May need to book over the summer as very popular. Also has Gin and Prosecco bar. ”
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Bar
“Great food and a lovely place for lunch or dinner. Really lovely atmosphere. ”
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“Winner of CAMRA's Dumfries and Stewartry Branch Pub of the Year award every year between 2006 and 2012, the Cavens Arms is as popular and busy as this would suggest (prepare to wait for a table at peak times). A traditional pub in style, tables are packed with diners and drinkers coming for the famous fish and chips, and eight real ales on hand pump. Third pint glasses are available to allow wider tasting, and regulars have a hand in choosing which ales are put on during regular rotations. The five regular beers include Harviestoun's Bitter & Twisted and Timothy Taylor's Landlord, while three guest ales rotate every few days, and cover a low and high abv and a dark. Telephone 01387 252896”
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Restaurant
“Just fab. The unique gin bar is a must and reasonably priced for evening meals. Highly recommended”
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Bar
“Some awesome beers on tap, lively atmosphere & if you are headed there for food, their halloumi chips are incredible.”
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“Lovely riverside restaurant with good service selling bar food. 4.1 miles in the village of Kingholm Quay.”
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“Serving up breakfast, brunch, creative tapas and grill dishes as well as offering classic and contemporary cocktails, a stylish and contemporary place to eat and drink.”
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“Great restaurant in the Clachann Inn pub with a wide selection of beers and local food. Something to suit everyone.”
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Bar
“Highly recommended. Is also a cafe, gift shop, wine cellar and a restaurant. Have lots of different events and wine tastings.”
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“Part of the Wetherspoons chain, so a good selection of ales as well as food. All very good value.”
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“The Shabby Scholar manages to merge seamlessly from relaxing coffee stop to bustling lunch venue, stylish restaurant to stylish cocktail bar with all staff offering a casual but attentive service.”
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“A warm welcome, friendly banter, speciality whiskeys, gins and real ales. No food.”
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