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George & Dragon, Birmingham

154 Coventry Road
Postal town: Birmingham
B46 3EH
Phone: 01675466586

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Punch Taverns

Reviews (Current Rating Average: 7 of 10) Add Review see review guidelines

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Delboy 20 left this review about George & Dragon

A locals pub a short stroll from the town centre. I didn't fancy the Doom Bar so I went for East Coast IPA. Worth popping in for one.

On 22nd January 2019 - no rating submitted
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Soup Dragon left this review about George & Dragon

This is a detached pub and eatery, with patio area. The pub is a 1920/30s rebuild of a pub of the same name, on the same site (well, under the car park!). It is in the mock-Tudor fashion, with the lower frontage being in brick, with jetting entrances, flanking bay windows and a central door, with roundall. The upper story is in beam and daub look, with a couple of gables, roundalls and a dormer perched on top. The interior has a couple of rooms that form an L-hapre. The back room was for food, and i didn't really see that. The front room is the bar, with red bench seating. The decor hs gold patterned wallpaper, with a nice moulded white ceiling. There was no music and the TV had a daytime quiz on. Some old photos were on the walls and there was a nice, wood-surround fireplace. The service was fine and the place quite busy with a mixed clientele. Beer; usual tap stuff with an M&B MILD. Two handpulls were on, with Doombar and Purity Mad Goose - which was fine enough. As Danny says, a solid, traditional pub and worth a pop in.

On 23rd December 2013 - no rating submitted
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Danny O'Revey left this review about George & Dragon

A traditional pub thats very green inside. its a little smaller than you might imagine from the outside, though still spacious.

The room follows the bar in an L-shape and is, although slighly tatty, a comfortable high ceilinged lounge. Very traditional, there were a number of people coming in looking at the food specials board talking of the food, which must be a sign that its grub is good? The beer is expensive, its £2.90 a pint, alot more than any other pub in Coleshill. However, it was the best kept beer in Coleshill I had whilst doing all the pubs, just beating the Green Man, though there is only a choice of one real ale - Purety Mad Goose.

Overall a nice traditional pub.

On 9th May 2010 - rating: 7
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