1. Behind the Wall

Melville Street

A Falkirk Town Centre staple since 1985–Behind the Wall has long been a Falkirk favourite for a great night out!

Award winning, ever changing and staying ahead of the times, Behind the Wall’s ever-changing drinks and restaurant menu keeps customers coming back to see what they come up with next. With three bars, a large restaurant, conservatory, garden and big screen, there’s something for everyone at BTW!

2. The Carron Works

Bank Street

This J D Wetherspoon pub takes its name from the famous Carron Iron works, established on the north bank of the river in 1759.

The perfect place to kick off your night out!

3. Cheerz

High Street

Cheerz is a lively town centre pub based at the bottom of the High Street. Known for their live entertainment over the weekend and karaoke parties – Cheerz is a great place for a night out!

4. High Spirits

Vicar Street

Occupying a prominent street corner position in Falkirk’s town centre, High Spirits offers a great selection of beers, wines, spirits, and classic cocktails as well as serving up tasty food from the varied menu.

High Spirits has been a local family owned business in Falkirk since 2019 and has fast be come the go-to spot in Falkirk for good food, amazing cocktails and a fun atmosphere. Whether you’re having a midweek treat or enjoying live entertainment to kick off your weekend, you’ll feel right at home in the town centre venue.

Resident DJs every Friday and Saturday make High Spirits a popular weekend choice.

5. Icons

The High Spirits team are expanding to the venue formally known as the Jolly Gin!

They team are looking to bring something fresh and new to Falkirk and they of course wanted the new venue to be part of Falkirk Pub Trail!  Keep an eye out on the High Spirits Socials for launch details!

6. Rialto

Vicar Street

Falkirk’s laid back pizzeria at day turns into one of the coolest bars in town by night. Relaxed surroundings, good vibes with DJs and live music at night.
A town centre favourite for over 20 years, Rialtos has been the scene for many a great night out in Falkirk.

7. Sportsters

Princes Street

Falkirk’s biggest bar Sportsters had to be on the map–the pub trail map that is!

Sportsters is Falkirk’s premier late night venue is one of Falkirk’s favourite places to end the night out–perfect for parties of any size to dance away the night to the DJ’s tunes

8. The Courtyard

Baxter’s Wynd

Baxter’s Wynd’s The Courtyard is everyone’s favourite local in the town centre – perfect for a bite to eat or enjoy watching the football. Head there for a classic town centre pub with a good vibe and a friendly atmosphere.

9. The New Market Bar

Upper Newmarket St

Located in Lint Riggs, Welcome to the New Market Bar!
Situated right in the heart of Falkirk, they offer a great range of cask ales and live sport, with great value found throughout our food and drink range.

10. The Orchard

Kerse Lane

Standing at the corner of Kerse Lane since 1786 and being a centre piece of Falkirk ever since, the Orchard Hotel provides a quality bar, bistro and hotel in the heart of Falkirk town centre.It has been through several reincarnations over the years serving as a town dwelling house, stable, a girl’s finishing school and opened as a hotel in the early 1900’s.
The bar is a friendly, welcoming environment that shows all sport and football on SkySports, ESPN and terrestrial television.

11. The Scotia

Manor Street

This Manor Street pub is known for a friendly atmosphere, live music and killer karaoke–head to The Scotia for great drinks and great company.

12. Tolbooth Tavern

Tolbooth Street

The Tolbooth Tavern is a homely place and invites you to join them with a warm welcome. Located in a historic building behind the Falkirk Steeple, The Tolbooth may be small but it makes up for it with it’s BIG atmosphere! It’s also famed for it’s karaoke on a Friday and Saturday.

13. The Wellington Bar

Manor Street

A friendly, traditional pub in the heart of Falkirk town centre’s Manor Street. Daily live sports shown with weekly live music and karaoke!

14. The Wheatsheaf

Baxter’s Wynd

And while its history is a big attraction, the Wheatsheaf doesn’t rest on its historic laurels. A pub with roots stretching back to the late 1790s, it is very much a 21st century operation.
The walled beer garden is a sun trap and is a major pull on summer days. Beautifully maintained, it is a plant lover’s dream.And if music is your thing, The Wheatsheaf is the place to go in Falkirk. Every few weeks, we showcase local musicians, playing traditional Scottish music.

Keep your eye on Falkirk Pub Trail’s social media pages for announcements on the launch date and where to get your stamp cards!

@falkirkpubtrail – Facebook / Instagram

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Fancy a Night Out?

Choose your adventure with Falkirk Pub Trail!

Falkirk Pub Trail is a brand new nightlife experience for venues in Falkirk town centre. Grab you’re drinking buddies and head to any of the venues listed to grab your stamp card to start your adventure.

The goal of Falkirk Pub Trail is to have a great night out with your friends and visit 8 of Falkirk’s finest venues – and get yourself a free t-shirt in the process!

All you need to do to claim your free t-shirt is get a stamp from 8 of the participating pubs to get your free pub trail t-shirt. Purchase any alcoholic, soft or hot drink to gain a stamp.

Pub Trail stamp cards can be purchased for £5 at any of the participating venues.

Launching soon…

Participating Venues

Behind the Wall
Carron Works
Cheerz
High Spirits
Icons
Rialto
Sportsters
The Courtyard
The New Market Bar
The Orchard
The Scotia
Tolbooth Tavern
The Wellington Bar
The Wheatsheaf

1. Behind the Wall

Melville Street

A Falkirk Town Centre staple since 1985–Behind the Wall has long been a Falkirk favourite for a great night out!

Award winning, ever changing and staying ahead of the times, Behind the Wall’s ever-changing drinks and restaurant menu keeps customers coming back to see what they come up with next. With three bars, a large restaurant, conservatory, garden and big screen, there’s something for everyone at BTW!

2. The Carron Works

Bank Street

This J D Wetherspoon pub takes its name from the famous Carron Iron works, established on the north bank of the river in 1759.

The perfect place to kick off your night out!

3. Cheerz

High Street

Cheerz is a lively town centre pub based at the bottom of the High Street. Known for their live entertainment over the weekend and karaoke parties – Cheerz is a great place for a night out!

4. High Spirits

Vicar Street

Occupying a prominent street corner position in Falkirk’s town centre, High Spirits offers a great selection of beers, wines, spirits, and classic cocktails as well as serving up tasty food from the varied menu.

High Spirits has been a local family owned business in Falkirk since 2019 and has fast be come the go-to spot in Falkirk for good food, amazing cocktails and a fun atmosphere. Whether you’re having a midweek treat or enjoying live entertainment to kick off your weekend, you’ll feel right at home in the town centre venue.

Resident DJs every Friday and Saturday make High Spirits a popular weekend choice.

5. Icons

The High Spirits team are expanding to the venue formally known as the Jolly Gin!

They team are looking to bring something fresh and new to Falkirk and they of course wanted the new venue to be part of Falkirk Pub Trail!  Keep an eye out on the High Spirits Socials for launch details!

6. Rialto

Vicar Street

Falkirk’s laid back pizzeria at day turns into one of the coolest bars in town by night. Relaxed surroundings, good vibes with DJs and live music at night.
A town centre favourite for over 20 years, Rialtos has been the scene for many a great night out in Falkirk.

7. Sportsters

Princes Street

Falkirk’s biggest bar Sportsters had to be on the map–the pub trail map that is!

Sportsters is Falkirk’s premier late night venue is one of Falkirk’s favourite places to end the night out–perfect for parties of any size to dance away the night to the DJ’s tunes

8. The New Market Bar

Upper Newmarket St

Located in Lint Riggs, Welcome to the New Market Bar!
Situated right in the heart of Falkirk, they offer a great range of cask ales and live sport, with great value found throughout our food and drink range.

9. The Courtyard

Baxter’s Wynd

Baxter’s Wynd’s The Courtyard is everyone’s favourite local in the town centre – perfect for a bite to eat or enjoy watching the football. Head there for a classic town centre pub with a good vibe and a friendly atmosphere.

10. The Orchard

Kerse Lane

Standing at the corner of Kerse Lane since 1786 and being a centre piece of Falkirk ever since, the Orchard Hotel provides a quality bar, bistro and hotel in the heart of Falkirk town centre.It has been through several reincarnations over the years serving as a town dwelling house, stable, a girl’s finishing school and opened as a hotel in the early 1900’s.
The bar is a friendly, welcoming environment that shows all sport and football on SkySports, ESPN and terrestrial television.

11. The Scotia

Manor Street

This Manor Street pub is known for a friendly atmosphere, live music and killer karaoke–head to The Scotia for great drinks and great company.

12. The Wheatsheaf

Baxter’s Wynd

And while its history is a big attraction, the Wheatsheaf doesn’t rest on its historic laurels. A pub with roots stretching back to the late 1790s, it is very much a 21st century operation.
The walled beer garden is a sun trap and is a major pull on summer days. Beautifully maintained, it is a plant lover’s dream.And if music is your thing, The Wheatsheaf is the place to go in Falkirk. Every few weeks, we showcase local musicians, playing traditional Scottish music.

13. The Wellington Bar

Manor Street

A friendly, traditional pub in the heart of Falkirk town centre’s Manor Street. Daily live sports shown with weekly live music and karaoke!

14. Tolbooth Tavern

Tolbooth Street

The Tolbooth Tavern is a homely place and invites you to join them with a warm welcome. Located in a historic building behind the Falkirk Steeple, The Tolbooth may be small but it makes up for it with it’s BIG atmosphere! It’s also famed for it’s karaoke on a Friday and Saturday.

Keep your eye on Falkirk Pub Trail’s social media pages for announcements on the launch date and where to get your stamp cards!

@falkirkpubtrail – Facebook / Instagram

www.drinkaware.co.uk