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Ayr Pubs & Restaurants

Fine dining in restaurants and bistros serving the finest food from Ayr's natural resources and from around the world. From luxurious hotel dining to small intimate bistros with well thought out menus and wine lists.Enjoy South Ayrshire!


Ayr Pubs

The West Kirk
This former Free Church was built in 1845. Known as the West Kirk, it closed in 1981, but its name lives on in this Wetherspoon pub. Until 1929, the building was the Ayr Free Church (originally Ayr and Wallacetown); from then until its closure in 1981, it was known as Sandgate Church. Built in 1845, the building has its origin in the great Disruption of the Church of Scotland, when almost half of its clergy and laity left to form the Free Church.

The Treehouse
Bright, spacious, stylish and central - Treehouse is a glamorous recent addition to the Buzzworks roster. In addition to the stylish, comfortable décor and tempting food and drink menus, Treehouse now has an exclusive Party Room to accommodate private gatherings of up to 20 guests, making for a celebration to remember. As if it wasn't tempting enough, Treehouse also boasts a cool, stylish, outdoor terrace area - a hidden urban garden in the heart of the Ayr. Bringing the outdoors indoors, the terrace at Treehouse is the perfect place to savour the lazy days of summer. Our extensive drinks list includes 14 varieties of wine by the glass, our bartender's top ten cocktail creations, as well as a refreshingly cool assortment of draught beer. Once you have decided simply pay for your order at the bar, settle back and enjoy the sunshine!


Ayr Restaurants

Italian cooking is wonderful. Tuscan is even better and where better to eat than at Cecchinis in the beatiful seaside town of Ayr. Cecchini's of Ayr, situated on Wellington Square at the centre of town and a few minutes stroll from Ayr beach and the main shopping area, has a long history of serving only the finest Italian cuisine to a discerning clientele who return time and again to enjoy the food, ambience atmosphere so reminiscent of Tuscany. Here in the heart of Burns country you can dine on authentic Tuscan dishes in our restaurant or simply order a good Scottish beef burger with chips and salad in the bar. All are welcome!

Saffy's - Cafe • Bar • Brasserie
Chef Douglas Smith has been impressing the food critics with his cooking talents for almost 20 years. He has won a string of national awards and cooked for a host of VIP diners. Now one of Scotland’s most accomplished chefs, Douglas has taken the bold step of opening his own café-bar-brasserie - Saffy’s - in the heart of Ayr. A glance at some of the comments he inspired while head chef at Enterkine House and McCallum’s Oyster Bar only serve to confirm his status as one of the country’s most exciting culinary talents. “Winning awards and receiving praise from the critics is gratifying,” says Douglas, “but as chef/proprietor at Saffy’s I have another audience to impress - the customers.”