Hi there, now that the festival has come and gone, we’re starting up our weekly round up of things to do in and around Kirkcaldy, Fife and beyond again.
We hope you’re liking what we’re doing, if you have anything to add, just leave us a comment below the post.
So, the same layout as usual, pubs, restaurants, gigs and things we just think look fun.
Enjoy and have a great week whatever you get up to!

Pub Of The Week


The Bruce Inn, Falkland

One of the local pubs in Fife, near Kirkcaldy and A K Campbell jewellery shop.

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“Sat on the high street of the historic town of Falkland, you’ll love the beauty of Fife that surrounds the historic Bruce Inn.


Under new management, Crawford and Lyndsey are proud of their warm welcome and traditional values that will bring you back time after time.

Visit The Bruce Inn for a taste of tradition, relax in our family friendly bar, and enjoy the very best that Falkland has to offer. Choose from a wide selection of drinks, including our popular guest beers and ales.
Whatever the weather, you’ll find a warm welcome in our bar, wood burning stoves for those chilly evenings and a beautiful courtyard to catch the summer sun; and don’t forget that pets are welcome too!

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A Disclaimer: We’ve never been to the next one but we thought it looked quite interesting…

Restaurant Of The Week


Bonnybank Mexican Restaurant


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Welcome to the Bonnybank Mexican restaurant. A family owned restaurant, whose owners have 15 years experience in cooking mexican food.
The Bonnybank Inn has now been open for 4 years and our mexican menu consists of a wide range of authentic freshly prepared Mexican cuisine, our chefs have many years experience in cooking Mexican food, and with using the finest local produce available, our recipes are truly a mouth watering experience.
Situated in the picturesque village of Bonnybank in the heart of Fife, with breath taking views over the Forth, our fully refurbished Mexican restaurant is the ideal choice for a romantic meal for two, or for the whole family and friends to experience traditional fresh Mexican cuisine. All dishes can be adapted to suit your taste and whether you require it plain or spiced up with chillis and jalapenos, we can meet your request.
At the Bonnybank, there is also a lovely snug bar stocked with new world wines and a large selection of Mexican and traditional beers to choose from, plus one of the finest coffee machines in the area, and whether you are in for a meal or not, it is the ideal place to chill out as with lovely background music and well trained friendly staff – you can sit by the fire and enjoy the whole Mexican experience! We also have free wi-fi available throughout the building for those who require it.
We are open Tuesday to Saturday lunch is served from 12.00-2.00 and dinner from 17.00 hrs onwards, Sunday times are 12.30-2.00, and dinner from 17.00 hrs onwards. If you wish to pre-order a meal for lunchtime, we will have it ready on your arrival.
Also, a take-away collection service is now available.”


Phone: 01333 351963

Cuper Road
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British Sea Power – Brighton-based atmospheric indie-rock band formed in 2000


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  • Thursday 31st Aug 2017
  • PJ Molloys (Dunfermline)

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“Shambolics describe themselves as a dreamy rock and roll band and their style has won them an army of loyal fans who follow them all over the UK.
They are without doubt one of the hottest bands in Scotland and indeed the UK music scene at the moment.
So much so that they were invited to London last year to play the Water Rats venue by Alan McGee, who founded Creation Records and just happened to discover one of the biggest bands the UK has produced, namely Oasis!
The band also played at this years Isle Of Wight Festival.
They have supported the likes of The View and The Sherlocks, which has been a great experience for the Kirkcaldy based band, which comprises of Lewis McDonald lead vocals/guitar, Darren Forbes guitar/backing vocals, Jordan McHatton bass and Andrew (Pandy) Findlay on drums.


Friday at 8 PM, Sep 1st, at The Duchess Kirkcaldy – see more from original source, here
Saturday 8 PM, Sep 2nd,  at The Windsor Hotel – see more from original source, here


 and one for the future…


Neon Waltz at PJ Molloys on Friday 8th Sep 2017

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  • Pop/ Rock
  • Scottish pop-rock outfit from Caithness whose releases include Dreamers and I Fall Asleep.

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There you have it for another week… If you’re out and about, why not pop along to A K Campbell, we have some beautiful, unique jewellery in our Kirkcaldy shop.
Have a look at some of our pieces on our website and hope to see you soon!
Whatever you do, have a great week!
Got anything to add for this week or in the future? Comment below and we’ll see if we can update it.