Bertie’s is a small-ish two room pub around the corner from the King’s Theatre, popular with locals and theatre goers. On a Tuesday night after work it’s definitely more the former. It was busy-ish on arrival not much past 6pm, but no problem getting a table. By the time we left there were two customers remaining. A mix of ages at its peak, but all blokes except for the bar lady and Amy.
Three casks: Caledonian Deuchars, Flying Scotsman and Autumn Red. On keg: Grolsch, McEwans 80, Red Stripe, Tennent’s Lager, Guinness.
I’m not sure what the round was as I arrived late, but it was £3 for a Flying Scotsman, £2.50 for bottle of Sol.
I didn’t spot anything.
They allegedly have the “best Jukebox in Edinburgh” but we didn’t dare try putting music on in case it disturbed the footy on TV.
Pub quiz on Monday nights.