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Number 27
One of the Highland capital's most popular gastropubs, Number 27 attracts locals and visitors alike with it's great rale of beers and ales accompanied by a top-notch menu. Opposite the city-centre Inverness Castle, Number 27's welcoming atmosphere is revered across the Highlands as is its selection of drinks from across the country. Miss this one and you'll regret it.

Address: 27 Castle Street | Telephone: 01463 241999 |

Castle Tavern
Hailed by RateBeer as one of the finest craft beer pubs in Inverness, the award-winning Castle Tavern is a popular choice for locals and visitors alike. Recognised by CAMRA for its superior selection of real ales, the bar caters for all tastes and even offers a fantastic menu of delicious gastropub fare. If you're lucky, you'll arrive on an evening when some of Inverness' finest musicians are in session, providing live entertainment all through the night.

Address: 1 View Place, Inverness | Telephone: 01463 718178 |

Black Isle Bar
Local to Inverness, the Black Isle Brewery produces some of Scotland's most popular beers. And the best place to sample them is, of course, the Black Isle Bar. From the honeyed Blonde to the full-bodied Goldeneye, you'll find beers here like nowhere else in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. And with a rotating range of guest beers from around the world, this is the perfect place to while away the hours.

Address: 68 Church Street | Telephone: 01463 229920 |

The White House
Everyone loves a cocktail, and The White House is known across the Highlands for its dedication to the art of mixology. Whether you're looking for a refreshing twist on an old classic (why not try a Rhubarb Gin Fizz?) or something a bit more off piste (the Breakfast Martini features real orange marmalade) there's something for you here. Or why not challenge the bar staff and ask them to make your favourite, whether it's on the menu or not. They're always happy to oblige!

Address: 50 Union Street | Telephone: 01463 226767 |

Clubbing

The White House
Tequila, peach liqueur, orange bitters, vanilla syrup, raspberry sorbet, orange juice… have we got your attention yet? The ‘Tequila in the Jar-O' is just one of the fantastic cocktails on offer at The White House, an Inverness institution hailed for its creative mixology. Found in the beating heart of the city, the city's movers and shakers congregate here to shoot the breeze, so be sure to join them and find out what the fuss is all about.

Address: 50 Union Street | Telephone: 01463 226767 |

Club Tropicana & Vogue
One of Inverness' newest nightclubs, Club Tropicana caters for anyone who wants to get down to the classic sounds of the 80s. An extension of the Aberdeen institution, you'll hear all the hits, from Wham to Billy Idol, as you dance the night away. Or if the 90s are more your thing, pop through to the adjoining Vogue which offers floorfillers from the Spice Girls to Oasis.

Address: 36 Baron Taylor's Street, Inverness | Telephone: |

Hootananny
 Who doesn't love a good pub with live music throughout the night? That's what you'll find at Hootananny, where traditional Scottish music sits alongside cutting edge indie and pop stars. Recent gigs include the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Be Charlotte and top Aberdonian rockers Miss Lucid. If you're looking for the venue to party away the night to some of the best musicians, Hootananny is the place for you.

Address: 67 Church Street | Telephone: 01463 233 651 |

The Den
Looking to end your night in style? The Den is a late night wine bar and club; an offshoot of the famous Johnny Foxes, which serves up an incredible menu of cocktails, wines and tapas late into the night. Found on the banks of the River Ness, it's an Inverness institution that always guarantees a good time.

Address: 26 Bank Street, IV1 1QU | Telephone: |

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