The George Tavern serve a variety of beers, wines and spirits. They also have a late night disco with live music.
373 Commercial Road, Shadwell, London, E1 0LA
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+44 (0)20 7790 1763
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The George Tavern
373 Commercial RoadShadwellLondonE1 0LA
- +44 (0)20 7790 1763
- Public transport:
- Shadwell, Underground
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The George is not exactly your typical East London local, but it's definitely a venue worth seeking out. It feels curiously like some kind of mixture of traditional pub and a Brooklyn hipster hangout, and that is exactly its charm. It feels almost verging on derelict - peeling paint on the ceiling, cobwebs, a bar that feels almost plonked in the corner. Plus so many of the windows are...more
Shabby old pub in Shadwell but that's meant with affection as this is one of my favourites in London as my friends band used to play here lots. This is a great little pub to watch bands and listen to great music, it's very understated and looks like it has been plucked out of a Manchester housing estate in the 70s, a bit grim and rough around the edges but I love it.
Sat nights have a great DJ...more
Long held in local lore, The George holds its ramshackle head high in a list of London's top night spots. To say that its scene and crowd are consistent is somewhat misleading, as it attracts a wide array of people who unite most readily for their contrariness and less for their style or their adherence to any particular scene or movement, a feature that makes this place refreshingly...more
Though the outdoor appearance of The George resembles something in a slow state of decay, it has in recent years reinvented itself as one of the spiritual homes of East-End hipsters. Inside you'll find a warm and vibrant atmosphere populated by a young and uber-trendy crowd. Comfortable leather sofa are dotted about and there's an outdoor seating area in which to relax with a pint.
The George isn't the kind of place I'd visit that often, just because I'm not much into the night life, but then again I had the need of only one visit to change my mind. The unique authentic atmosphere reminding of an 18th - 19th century pub with an old piano and spooky colourful windows was enough. I wouldn't say that its crowd or scene is consistent since the place attracts wide array of...more