Underbelly on Cowgate is the original Underbelly and the thriving home to some of the best talent and bars in town. 'Make a pilgrimage to Underbelly' (Scotsman). 'A vertical Glastonbury, every nook filled with bohemian activity' (Telegraph). Bars 'til 04:00.
Restricted access for wheelchair users to certain floors and spaces. Assistance is offered. Cowgate passageway is accessible, as are the box office, Cow Cafe, Belly Dancer and Beer Belly Bar. Accessible WC on ground floor.
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