Greene King / Belhaven ownership of breweries and pubs.
Belhaven pub in the middle of town with lager and sports.
Large, cavernous, food oriented modern pub, part of Greene King's Eating Chain. It has many different dining areas. There is an outside area for al-fresco dining and also a children's play area. Parkrun meets here on Saturday mornings after the nearby run to collate the results.
The Central Bar is a busy locals Pub in the Aberdeen suburb of Woodside. The Pub is busy throughout the week as it engages with the local community, with pool and darts teams playing here during the week, as well seeing customers enjoy live sport on TV.
Large, Farmhouse Inns Carvery situated within 10 minutes walking distance of airport in the ABZ Business Park. Designed for car access rather than pedestrians as there are no steps down from Dyce Drive! Large outdoor seating area for fine weather.
Licensed since eighteen fifty seven, this famous pub consists of three fishermen's cottages converted into a small hotel. The bar is to the right of the entrance, with a snug on the left, leading to the dining room/lounge, which has a real fire.
Bar, lounge and restaurant in Bucksburn, Aberdeen.
Large, open-plan lounge with two areas either side of the central bar. Branded as a Flaming Grill pub (part of the Greene King empire), it is an estate bar near the Mastrick shops. Darts played.
Refurbished community bar on a busy roundabout that servers food and where pool and darts are played. Upstairs function room.
Known simply as Ma's, this is one of Aberdeen's oldest pubs. It has a re-furbished snug bar (October 2015) with serving hatch to adjoining original bar (no longer has any ale pumps, unfortunately). There is a modern, expansive lounge where meals are served.
Previously the Abercrombie and named after the architect who designed the building, this pub was re-opened after refurbishment on 8th November 2019 as a pseudo Irish pub.
Traditional bar and lounge with darts and food.
On the cobbled Castlegate, in the historic centre of the city, this historic pub is situated in a pedestrian area which used to hold public executions. Opposite the Tollbooth, Old Blackfriars is an atmospheric pub having old pews and stained glass and was refurbished in Autumn 2012.
A very large pub with island bar. Seating downstairs and upstairs in a gallery. Crying out to sell Real Ale but it doesn't do that any more. Best try Ma Cameron's next door.
Traditional boozer with the only original island bar remaining in the Aberdeen area. A fantastic array of superb original mirrors are a wonder to behold. A pub that should have real ale, but doesn't!
One of the oldest bars in Aberdeen, the Prince of Wales has possibly the longest bar counter in the city, a friendly atmosphere and a large following of regulars. It was refurbished in late 2016 and is listed in Scotland's True Heritage Pubs.
Situated around half a mile from the village across the busy A944, this pub was built in 2000 but has been extended since then. It has a large, rustic-style interior with plenty of nooks and crannies providing some privacy if preferred.
A family-friendly restaurant bar and hotel (built in the '50s) branded as "Eating Inn", some booths with TV are it's USP.
Pub with a vaulted ceiling and sofas, serving homely dishes and kids' menu, plus weekend DJs.
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