George Pub is a welcoming English pub perfect to catch up with friends over a drink or live sports on the big screen. The interior done up in oak panels and a Victorian ceiling capture the charm of traditional English dining, right in the centre of London’s business district.
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40 Liverpool StreetLiverpool Street / BroadgateLondonEC2M 7QN
I did thoroughly enjoy my time at The George. It's the "lad's pub" inside of the Andaz hotel and, if you're into the whole "men in slimfit suits" thing, you should park yourself here around 5pm on a weeknight and go to town. If you're a lad looking for a pint, this is a convenient stop, given that it's next to the Liverpool Street Station, it's large inside and the prices aren't too steep. If...more
The George, a pub on a very busy corner of London, looked like a separate business, but was actually part of the Andaz Hotel complex. It was fairly popular each time I looked in, but not as popular as some of the other pubs I noticed nearby. But at least this meant they had room inside.
Not a lot of real ale choices - I saw only one; the rest was Guinness or the various lagers on tap. But...more
It's an English pub! Good-oh.. not in a bad way, everyone is welcome, I just like to see a George flag in the centre of London sometimes. Everything as is to be expected from a normal English pubmore
If you're into stalking City boys, look no further -- you'll have your pick of suited up blokes watching Champions League football matches at the George. This bar, inside the swish Andaz Hotel on Liverpool Street, was absolutely heaving with dudes direct from work when I came Tuesday to watch AC Milan v Tottenham Hotspur. I was one of maybe five women in the entire place.
I only drank a...more
The George is the pub of the Andaz Liverpool Street Hyatt hotel and unlike most hotel pubs, it is actually OK as a pub. Not brilliant, but certainly OK.
The old victorian Great Eastern Hotel was completed in 1887 the heyday of train travel and it was a truly impressive building, which gradually fell into decay and disrepute. Fortunately, it was saved, renovated by Conran and is now a very...more