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Set on one of the oldest streets in Aberdeen; rich in history and stories waiting to be told, Shiprow Village aims to salute what was once a local trade hotspot, housing fish markets, grocers, vintners and so much more, and in turn, showcase and celebrate the current ingredients, skillful creators and establishments in the Shiprow area.

what we do

eat food.

Being what was once one of the most important streets in Aberdeen, Shiprow acted as the main connection between the city centre and the harbour, the heart of Aberdonian trade and of course, fishing. Subsequently, quality food has been a staple on Shiprow, with plenty fish markets and local grocers operating along this cobbled street as far back as early 1820s.

This deep-seated appreciation for food continues on now as Shiprow Village aims to celebrate the various restaurants, bars and pop-ups, who all serve up passionately crafted, quality food.

drink drinks.

Looking at the olden days of Shiprow also reveals that by being such a close and quick connection to the harbour, local tradespeople had a great footing in showcasing and selling imported goods like wine and various spirits, with records of a number of vintner and spirit shops operating along the street throughout history.

Looking at the Shiprow area now, we have a range of independent local bars who all have their own signature products. From craft beer, to wine, to cocktails but also quality coffee and soft drinks. Shiprow Village aims to be a great place for a drink, whatever you may fancy.

enjoy people.

It goes without saying that it was the people who made Shiprow such a lively and bustling place.

In recent years, the street has become surrounded by fantastic local food and drink providers. With this foundation, Shiprow Village starts a new chapter with even more exciting vendors and new opportunities for small independent pop-ups, creating a strong network of local businesses and building a space where you can enjoy your spare time with friends and family.

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the venues.

Here, you can explore the fantastic venues that make up the Shiprow Village, each providing a unique offering of goods and services.

To find out more or book, please follow the links provided for each individual venue.

A Coffee & Ale House in the heart of Aberdeen. Serving up a selection of home-roasted artisan coffees, craft beers, cocktails and a simple but wholesome menu within a café culture environment, the Craftsman Company hits the spot for a daytime brunch break and a late night out.

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The hotel is a timeless landmark in the city centre. Located in the historic Merchant Quarter and built at the height of the Victorian era, it has a long tradition and connection to the people of Aberdeen. This is a hotel brimming with personality and stories to tell within an elegant and contemporarily designed environment.

Under the wings of the Douglas Hotel, Molly’s Bistro is an independent favourite with both locals and visitors. The menu is tailored to showcase the very best ingredients with a passion for promoting local food and drink by constantly finding creative ways to use the freshest ingredients in their daily specials.

A traditional Irish pub in the heart of Aberdeen providing the famous Irish welcome to both visitors and locals. Perfect spot to enjoy a few pints with friends whilst watching a match on the giant TVs or listen to traditional live music.

A beautifully designed outdoor pop-up bar bringing the cosy village feel into Aberdeen City centre. You can sit back and enjoy a large variety of drinks including pints and cocktails whilst munching on a cracking pizza.

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A new and cool venue in the heart of Shiprow Village.
Cocktails, Beer & Unique Ambiance sums up this place perfectly. A Candle lit tunnel, serving up a carefully crafted selection of cocktails, beers and other drinks. It’s a prime date spot!

pop-ups

Some of the buildings along Shiprow have been disused for decades. We are working hard on dusting them off, creating welcoming pop-up units and inviting our fantastic local food and drinks providers.

Here you can explore our amazing pop-up partners and have a sneak peek at what’s being served up at Shiprow Village. 

Aberdam

Who doesn’t love chips?! Aberdam are here serving up a storm at Shiprow Village in one of our pop-up units. Classic Dutch Fries topped with some fantastic seasonings and sauces. A true street-food essential. Sit in at the Shiprow Village or Takeaway.

opening times:
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: 17:00 – 22:00
Thursday: 17:00 – 22:00
Friday: 16:00 – 23:00
Saturday: 9:00 – 23:00
Sunday: 09:00 – 20:00

Burning Hands and Plates

Serving up an interesting fusion street-food menu in the heart of Shiprow Village. Try, what we believe is Aberdeen’s only, Onigirazu rice sandwiches, Bahn Mi or Bun Salads as well as the American classics like Philly Cheese Steak or Spicy Wings.

opening times:

Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wedensday: 16:00 – 20:00
Thursday: 16:00 -20:00
Friday: 16:00 – 22:00
Saturday: 16:00 – 22:00
Sunday: 13:00 -20:00

 

Hole in the Wall Pizza Co.

Pizza is the go-to for everyone! These guys are serving up delicious handmade stonebaked pizzas and sides from, you know it, a hole in the wall. Available now for takeaway or sit-in at Shiprow Village.

opening times:
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: 16:00 – 21:00
Thursday: 16:00 – 21:00
Friday: 16:00 – 21:00
Saturday: 12:00 – 21:00
Sunday: 12:00 – 21:00