Encore to bring Parisian flair to Edinburgh


A new cocktail bar and lounge, Encore, is set to open in Edinburgh’s West End at the beginning of next month (December 1).

Describing itself as a late night parisian speakeasy, it is the the latest venture from hospitality group Caledonian Heritable, and it can be found below the West End Brasserie on Hope Street.

Aiming to be one of the city’s most glamorous cocktail bars, the menu offers French and Scottish classic cocktails as well as small plates, performance and music,  while the décor promises ‘flamboyant creations’ which they say takes their inspiration from the Moulin Rouge and the La République districts of Paris.

Caledonian Heritable Area Manager, Jay Glass said, “We are thrilled to bring this exciting new concept to Edinburgh’s West End. Encore complements our beautiful Brasserie upstairs, and I believe it will be a welcome addition to the city.

“We recognise how important the experience is to our visitors, from the warm welcome to our show-stopping cocktails, rotating guest DJs and live performances, we want to WOW! our guests and make it a night to remember no matter what the occasion.”

Caledonian Heritable’s property portfolio includes The Dome, Why Not Club and Rose Street Gardens in Edinburgh City Centre along with golf and spa resort, Archerfield House.


Category: Bar & Pub, News
Tags: Caledonian Heritable, Encore, Jay Glass, the West End Brasserie