Home to Edinburgh's best beer garden with
the biggest outdoor screen in the city!
The Pear Tree, a pub of many years, housed in arguably one of Edinburgh’s most historic buildings. The House was built in 1759 and has seen many a famous resident over the years. Thomas Blaclock (the Blind Poet), Rabbie Burns and the Usher family to name but a few.
As you enter through the front door you are flanked by two huge trees where the pub gets its name from. The pear trees, now 170 years old still flower and bare fruit each year.
The beer garden with its giant LED screen (thought to be the biggest in a beer garden anywhere in Scotland) is the perfect place to watch rugby. The garden walls give the picnic tabled area a true stadium feel. The only reason you wouldn’t be here is if you had a ticket to the game itself.
Inside their are even more screens! And whether you are inside or out you are never far from a tap pouring a cracking pint of Guinness. A full menu is served inside and out as well as our Garden Grill to the side of the giant screen.
Come along and experience Scottish hospitality at its best.
Matches made and settled here, at The Pear Tree.