The George is a pub and London's only surviving galleried coaching inn. The George was built in 1676 and now belongs to the National Trust.
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The George Inn
77 Borough High StreetBoroughLondonSE1 1NH
- +44 (0)20 7407 2056
This is one of the nicest spots to grab a pint after work in a sunny day. Quite Central because close to London Bridge, great view of the Shard, kitsch benches in a large courtyard and affordable booze.
My advice: come "early" on Friday especially on summer days, because at 6 it's so packed that you may wait a bit to be served. And speaking of drinks, give the cider a try and let me know...more
Came here specifically to watch a friend play a gig in the outside bar area. It is a nice pub, been around since the 1600s which is pretty cool. A very popular place with lots of families with young children. And even a massive sheep dog hanging under one of the tables. Atmosphere was great but decided against eating here as it was quite pricey for the amount you were getting, the portion...more
Had Sunday lunch here yesterday, best roast beef I've had in ages - lovely and rare and very tasty. Epic Yorkshires too! Good range of beers and wines, nice atmosphere, chilled out, v friendly staff. Been here for drinks previously and is a lovely atmospheric pub, well worth a visit if in area. Reasons not for giving five stars - no highchairs, really annoying as its a family pub and it is v...more
A real London pub, historical and very much for locals. Food was ok, drink was ok... The experience was a blast! Fun, friendly service
Took a group of 16 and we had a great time. Not typically visted by tourists, great pricesmore
Enjoyed hanging at this old bar. Couldn't believe the inn once housed Shakespeare amd Dickens. Truly an honor for me. Had a few pints and some laughs here with friends. Food is available in the restaurant if your hungry and the staff here is very friendly.
Ill be back.more