Stirling ranked a top university city for vegans and bars

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Stirling recently ranked as one of the best university cities for both vegans and bar scenes.

The Best University Guide, published by Student Beans, rated Stirling as the sixth best city for vegans in the UK and third best for its bar scene.

The rankings were calculated by the percentage of bars and vegan-friendly eateries per capita in each university region, using data from TripAdvisor and the Office for National Statistics.

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Stirling’s wealth of vegan eateries placed it in the top ten. Image Credit: Student Beans

Stirling is home to a lively food and drink scene, with many cafes and restaurants leaving vegans spoilt for choice.

At Café Sixty Four on Upper Craigs, half the menu is vegan, HBW Coffee does amazing vegan brunch and cakes, and campus outlet Scran offers plant-based pizzas and burgers.

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Stirling was only bested by Warwick and Bath’s bar scenes. Image Credit: Student Beans

The bars and pubs of Stirling are as varied as its residents. Take a trip to the Curly Coo Bar if whisky is your drink, or visit the Kilted Kangaroo if you fancy going down under.

There’s something for everyone, whether you want a quiet drink or to get yourself hyped up for a big night out.

Check out the full guide on Student Beans to see how other cities fared.

Featured Image Credit: Harry Williamson

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