Named one of the best Fife pubs in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide, Betty Nicol’s is an institution. The High Street pub is a long-term real ale venue housed in a B-listed building, with an adjoining modern bistro. The property dates back to 1741 and still has many of its original features. Often visited by psychics and the Scottish Paranormal Society, it’s said to be haunted (in particular the cellar, which was reportedly built on a monks’ cemetery). Live music is often on the bill, and there’s a regular pub quiz.