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The perfect place to pop in for a drink and a bite to eat whilst in town.
In the 1950s and 1960s Milne's Bar became famous as the "Poets' pub". This is where legendary writers like Hugh MacDiarmid and Norman MacCaig and their friends gathered in noisy, impromptu literary salons.
The downstairs "snug" was known as "The Little Kremlin" for its lively political and poetical debate and its atmosphere was celebrated in novels.
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