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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Meeting up with friends in London after work I wasn't sure where we'd end up (I have next to no knowledge of decent watering holes there). So hopping off the tube at London Bridge and after only a short walk, the George Inn is tucked down a blink-and-you'll-miss-it cobbled alley and you immediately get transported back a couple of centuries (if you ignore the legions of folks sitting by the...more
Went here for a quick lunch stop while seeing sites in the area. Needed a place to sit down, grab a diet coke and a quick snack (chips, of course!). Decided to go someplace historic...and this was the spot. Beautiful weather and friendly service...a mixture of tourists and locals.more
Came here after work for drink and catch up with old friends. The bar gets very busy and it was at least 5 deep in at the bar ALL night. Which is a little frustrating having to queue for at least 10 minutes every time we wanted to order. Nice place to go in the summer time as there is a lovely seating area in the square. There is a lot of seating inside however this gets full quickly and...more
What a great unique place I would never have found if I wasn't on some random London scavenger hunt thing! It was tucked away off the main road in Borough, and though it took a bit to find, it's got a huge patio space and two indoor seating areas to keep you preoccupied.
They have a standard service bar, and are basically a good place to pop in along the east end of the Southbank. It's close...more
I think I need to come back here at some point because it neither wow'd me nor convinced me I shouldn't come back.
My friend knows I'm a fan of ale so he said we had to come here. The ales fine, didn't have anything that had me scrambling back to the pump though.
I'd imagine the outside in summer is brilliant, on an evening that's seen rain, not so good. As has been previously mentioned on...more