Any pub in historic St Andrews is bound to appeal to a wide range of people and The Blue Stane is no exception. Taking its name from a Pictish relic alleged to have been the coronation stone of King Kenneth McAlpine, it's a stylish, friendly bar that appeals to everyone from golf-playing tourists to local families, students and pensioners. Sports fans are kept occupied with six televisions and two Sky boxes showing all the major fixtures. Anyone can try their skills on the pool table, and whisky drinkers can explore the 50 or so malts behind the bar. With good food, good company and a good pint of Belhaven Best, The Blue Stane keeps everyone on side.