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Opening its doors for the first time in 1865 and following a rebuild in 1932, The George is a prominent pub in the Isle of Dogs.
Standing tall after all these years, there’s a sense of community and familiarity about the place that sits just opposite Crossharbour DLR station. However, it’s not all old school East End pie and mash - which is on the menu – The George offers up bottomless brunches every Saturday with a choice of prosecco, Bloody Mary’s and a range of eggs.
Sunday roasts are also a staple here, followed by classic desserts including sticky toffee pudding and apple crumble. Overall, a worthy pub survivor from times gone by that's been lovingly restored.