Situated at the intersection of Wardour Street and D’Arblay, The George is a testament to Soho’s rich and colourful past. Constructed initially in 1727 and later expanded in 1897, this pub wears its history like a badge of honour. With stunning original features, The George isn’t just another watering hole; it’s a cornerstone of Soho’s vibrant culture. It offers sports, music, and food in a venue that most locals wholeheartedly endorse.
Soho’s Perfect Blend of Old and New
Step inside and the warmth envelops you immediately. The George preserves that traditional feel you would expect from a historic establishment. And yet, there’s a delightful twist. This pub has been carefully updated to offer all the modern conveniences without sacrificing its timeless atmosphere. Whether it’s the extensive array of Kentish Ales, seasonal ales, lagers, wines, or bottled beer, you’re sure to find something to your taste. Add to that the nightly music events, and you’ve got a venue that promises not just a good drink but an excellent time. A trip to Soho would be incomplete without stopping by The George for that authentic, yet contemporary, British pub experience.