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whynot? is home to a high quality delicatessen carrying dozens of farmhouse cheeses, organic fruit and vegetables, locally grown produce whenever possible, handmade pies and a great range of artisan bread. It's also home to Edward Collin Fishmerchant with one of the finest displays of sustainably caught fish for miles around. There's also a fantastic cafe with in-house produced soup, cakes and pastries - fresh every day. All produce is Fair Trade when possible. And it's only 60 seconds from a beautiful beach. Bring your dog if you have one. We love dogs in whynot? .

Atlas entry added by whynot 1

Stockbridge Market

I love stocbridge market.. has lots of stalls with food etc from around Edinburgh and Scotland. Everything from locally caught fish to delicious homemade soup and pies with local in season ingredients.

Atlas entry added by Terri Ward 1

Roslin Glen Country Park

Lots of wild garlic (ramsons), few-flowered-leek around April. Brambles on the steep slopes in the autumn.

Atlas entry added by Biqh 2

Commonwealth War Graves

An abundance of Edlerflowers/berries as well as some brambles on scattered bushes throughout the graveyard.

Atlas entry added by Biqh 2


Healthy fast food restaurant, they offer eco-friendly takeaway boxes. Great food :-)

Atlas entry added by gejain 1

Cafe St Honore

One of the founder members of the Sustainable Restaurant Assoc. Seasonal, local and good quality

Atlas entry added by FF 23

Southside Social (Community Bar)

Employing and training people who may not get a job otherwise.

Atlas entry added by FF 23

Henderson's Cafe and Deli

It is an Edinburgh institution with an international reputation. It opened in 1962 as an outlet for the produce of husband and wife Mac and Janet's East Lothian Farm. Today it offers discerning diners cutting-edge, contemporary vegetarian cuisine while holding firm to its founding philosophy: delicious, wholesome food using fresh, local ingredients and all at affordable prices.
Henderson's provides a fantastic choice of local, fair-trade, organic and gluten-free goodies, fresh juices, smoothies and organic wines.

Atlas entry added by FF 23


It's hidden at the paths we always walk; beautiful elderflowers in April/May and berries in late summer. Foraging at its best. Cordials, beers, fruits and juices.

Atlas entry added by FF 23

Café 1505

They cook the soup, bake the rolls and cakes from scratch. They also offer Fair Trade coffee.

Atlas entry added by FF 23