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Welcome to The George, Soho

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A piece of Soho history

Originally built in 1727 and extended in 1897, The George wears its history with pride. Stunning original features make this one of Soho’s must-visit sports, music, and food pubs – and most of the locals agree!

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Soho's local

There’s no shortage of great pubs in Soho – but a visit to The George is special. The warm welcome starts at the threshold: traditional feel and historic features all add to a cosy, timeless atmosphere that’s at once homely and fun. We’ve preserved the atmosphere of a traditional pub while having all the perks of a modern one.

The extensive array of Kentish Ales, seasonal ales, lagers, wines, and bottled beer keep you well-watered while the great, nightly music keeps you entertained.

Find us on the corner of Wardour Street and D'Arblay Street, walking distance from Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and Tottenham Court Road stations.

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