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“For one of the most exclusive watering holes in town, head to Pommery Champagne’s pop-up bar in the Signet Library.” Marie Claire

The Pommery Champagne Café Bar 'pops' back to the Signet Library for 2012. The fabulous Pommery Champagne Café Bar is once again celebrating the Edinburgh Festival.  For three weeks only you can enter the beautiful Signet Library – one of Edinburgh’s finest buildings -  and enjoy grown up drinks including superb champagne and divine food in the most spectacular of settings.

Relax with some seriously good coffee and a freshly-baked slice of cake or light-as-a-feather scone  - the ultimate energy food before you head out into the madness which is Edinburgh in August. Share a scrumptious platter of deli-style bites with a bottle of Pommery , and indulge in our champagne afternoon tea for two  – a real show-stopper and a runaway success last year.

At night the Pommery Champagne Café Bar is transformed with stunning lighting into an inviting and seductive space. Elegant and atmospheric, it’s an experience not to be missed, just like the star attraction of our menu this year: whole lobster with home-made wedges, which we think is just about the best combination ever. For champagne enthusiasts there is the ultimate Cuvee Louise at a remarkably good price and plenty for non-champagne quaffers too, with proper cocktails brought to your table.

A visit to The Pommery Champagne Café Bar is a theatrical experience all of its own. Combine it with a morning concert, a comedy gig in the afternoon or a night at the opera (or just come along after work) and you have the perfect Edinburgh experience.

You can visit the Pommery Champagne Café Bar throughout the day as we’re open from 11am until late in the evening.


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