George & Dragon (Chester) Reviews
Description:1 Liverpool Road, Chester, Cheshire CH2 1AA. Tel: 01244 380714 Fax: 01244 378461
Newest Review: ... a Greene King house and serves the famous IPA amongst other brews such as Abbot. There isn't really a selection of proper beer but they seem to do all the regular fizzy stuff for the kids. I visited on a Sunday in order to watch a football match. The place was less than half full, no more than about 60 customers present. This might sound a lot but the interior is huge with a capacity for ... more
Customer George & Dragon (Chester) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/11/09, updated on 29/11/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
The George & Dragon is a big mock -Tudor pile situated right on the edge of Chesters main shopping centre. I last visited this place about 20 years ago and vaguely remember it being a bit on the rough side. However the rise of the JD chain has sorted out this problem in most towns as the unwashed now stagger into a Wetherspoons at 9 in the morning rather than waiting for their more traditional local to open. The typical George & Dragon client is more likely to be a student these days. Chester College being situated on its doorstep it attracts loads of youngsters who I believe are studying to be teachers. It's a ... Read the complete review
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