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Tempus Bar at the George Hotel
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Located on the ground floor, adjacent to and with direct access to, The George Hotel, the Tempus Bar and Restaurant is an Edinburgh 'must see - and be seen in', popular meeting place.  The atmosphere is fun but efficient!  Great cocktails, reasonably priced champagne and food available from 11am to 10pm.  The Tempus Restaurant serves great food - much of it locally sourced - and really popular sharing platters!

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