No. 2 Baker Street has a real history within Stirling having operated over many decades.
It has an olde worlde feel to it with wooden beams and a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. On the edge of the Old Town we sit on the main road leading to the Castle, Jail and Church of the Holyrood and attract a wide clientele including locals and tourists of all ages and from all walks of life. We host a bi-annual Real Ale Festival and offer an array of cask ales and are to be found in the good beer and good pub guides.
We also offer a wide variety of entertainment with an eclectic array of music played on a Wednesday through to Saturday nights as well as on the second and last Sunday of each month. This ranges from acoustic sets, soft rock, a newly established jazz set and much more. On a Wednesday evening we hold a jam session with one of Stirling’s legendary musicians – Ted Christopher.
‘On the edge of the Old Town, we sit on the main road leading to the Castle’
Our live music sessions have seen us included in VisitScotland’s television campaigns and music programmes on Gaelic television station BBC Alba. We also host poker on a Monday and a quiz on a Tuesday.