Leith’s popular Pitt Market re-opens ahead of Six Nations buzz

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One of Leith’s community attractions is returning in time for the Six Nations following its closure over the winter season.

The Pitt Market is a favourite of locals and food lovers, and it will reopen its doors on Saturday (February 1).

The popular market promises to offer an insulated heated warehouse with a bar and full surround sound system, which will be available from 12pm to 10pm on Saturdays and 12pm until 6pm on Sundays.

“We’re expecting to be really busy,” said one of the organisers.

Although the staff are all still currently setting up the warehouse and beer garden outside, they have assured people that they will be in full swing by tomorrow with enough beer to go around.

While broadcasting the games, the Pitt will offer live music, flat screen TVs, live DJs and an array of street food and drinks such as local craft beer, wine and larger.

With the Six Nations kicking off and the Pitt re-opening, you don’t have to look far for a pint and a telly to watch it on.

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