Like most pubs in London, the George Tavern is old, 700 years old to be exact. This pub was made famous not only be one prominent English author but three, Geoffrey Chaucer, Charles Dickens, and Samuel Pepys have all wrote about this famous pub. Perhaps you might be thinking to yourself that the George Pub doesn’t ring a bell in your head, that’s probably because you know it by its old name, the Halfway House. Unlike most hot spots, the George Tavern has retained it’s cool status in the neighborhood through the many, many years. It’s now known as a theatre, exhibition space, and music venue. So if theres one pub in London you really can’t miss, this would be it.
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