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The Cumberland Bar Edinburgh
Scotland
The Cumberland Bar is situated in the heart of Edinburgh's famous New Town. The bar boasts a wide selection of real ales, wines and whiskies, along with an excellent menu of home cooked food, served daily at lunchtime and early evening.
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