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George & Dragon, Redfield, Bristol

140A Church Road
Redfield
Bristol
BS5 9HN

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Alan Winfield left this review about George & Dragon

The George and Dragon is a typical looking town pub that is painted white.
Once inside there is an L shaped room with the bar facing,the room is carpeted and the seating normal tables and chairs plus one pew seat to the right,there is a pool table to the front left,the TV was showing rugby.
There was a Bass hand pump on the bar,but when i asked for a half of Bass i was served a keg version of it,which was a poor drink,so not sure if the Bass pump is for show,there was also Doom Bar on hand pump.
The pub was busy enough with locals on my Saturday dinner visit.
I thought this was a decent enough pub to have a drink in.

Pub visited 8/4/2017

On 25th June 2017 - rating: 6
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Blackthorn _ left this review about George & Dragon Public House

A smallish, single-room pub located on the main road between Redfield and St. George. There are exposed stone built walls which are unusual in a city pub, you could almost imagine yourself being in a cosy country inn, and this feeling continues with the beamed ceiling, although this was in a state of disrepair in places having been patched up with board. The floor too was in need of attention, being an untidy hotchpotch of old tiles, lino and carpet. Overall though, the place has got a pleasant ambience and I quite liked it.

There's a pool table off to the left, and very limited seating. A few stools and a couple of tables dotted about here and there, but overall this seems to be a pub for standing, unless they don't get too many punters in. It was certainly very quiet when we arrived just before closing time on Saturday, with just one other punter in there. The two ladies running it seemed friendly.

The solitary beer offering was Bass, and although I'm not an expert, this seemed a little tired. Ciders were Blackthorn and Natch.

On 6th September 2010 - rating: 6
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