Leith's Pitt Street Market will be decking the halls and celebrating all things festive every Saturday from 30th November until 22nd December.

The year-round street food and drink market will be serving locally brewed mulled wines and ciders as well as home-grown festive food – accompanied by live music and classic Christmas movies on the big screen.

Alongside weekly guest food vans in the courtyard, Pitt Street staples Ròst will have Christmas stuffing bao buns, festive pheasant burgers and aromatic Asian Brussels sprouts on the menu, while barnacles & bones will be dishing up a full Christmas roast wrapped in a Yorkshire wrap, plus a shellfish seafood chowder special. And for dessert, there will be s’mores from Moo Pie.

Visitors can expect live music from some of the Pitt’s best-loved acts such as The Banana Sessions, DJ Dolphin Boy, Main Ingredient – all while picking up their locally grown Nordmann Fir or Fraser Fir Christmas trees.

The final weekend (21st and 22nd December) promises something extra special, with more info coming soon.

The team invite locals and visitors alike to join them for a ‘low-key, cosy Christmas-time, with no need to brave the winds of Princes St.’

For more info, please visit Pitt Street’s website.

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