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George and Dragon, Brentford

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closed boarded up and for sale again. dont think there will be many more pints sold in this establishment.
hartleys - 17 Feb 2012 19:26
Went in there a year ago and vowed never to return. NOW WHAT A PUB, Friendly, Inviting, Great Food and Beer, Staff a a laugh and welcoming, the locals make you feel like one of the family. well worth a visit. lots of entertainment and different theme nights. much improved since my last visit a year ago. my opinion GIVE IT A GO.
brentfordbeerman - 26 Aug 2010 12:56
Hello one and all. The George & Dragon has had a turbulant past BUT that has all changed now....... I wecolme you to THE NEW GEORGE & DRAGON BRENTFORD>>>>> come and see our newly opened Beer Garden, feast upon our constantly changing Menu and experience our hospitality - none of which you'll find anywhere else in Brentford. We have Wifi Sky and loads of parking space plus..... Guest Rooms for as little as 15per night - 0208 560 2830
martyneds - 21 Apr 2010 22:49
The George and dragon has a fantastic atmosphere and great Staff!! Come and enjoy a Roast Dinner on Sunday .... Meals are served throughout the day everyday with a nice stew or Soup bubbling on the bar.
Come and Warm infrount of the fire with nice bowl of Homemade Stew.

The Staff at the George and Dragon !!!

CezzaT - 14 Jan 2010 17:26
Re-opened and refurbished. No real ale!
robhealy - 1 Jun 2009 15:18
Closed and boarded-up when I came past earlier.
robhealy - 16 Dec 2008 18:57
Real locals (right by a council estate) pub. No real ale. 1960s decor. Al least no chavs, well this is where their parents go to get away from them...
threeravensmoor - 5 Jul 2008 11:04
Basic small locals pub on the main London Road catering for people from the local housing estates.

It bears evidence of its former days as a Charringtons house - before that it was owned by Fullers, but was one of the pubs that was exchanged between the two companies some time in the 1970's.

There's no real ale and, although it didn't seem to be as bad as I was expecting based on previous postings, I wouldn't recommend a visit.

( Given the new rash of expensive flats that have sprung up recently close by on the other side of the road by the Grand Union Canal basin, it's surprising that so many of the pubs on this stretch of the London Road ( eg George and Dragon, Six Bells ) are making absolutely no effort whatsoever to appeal to - or even welcome - the new influx of potential customers. The best pub round here by a country mile is The Magpie and Crown a bit further down on Brentford High Street )
JohnBonser - 11 Jun 2008 12:55
Jeweller John probably loves it in here. Lovin' it.. 'Avin it...Larging it..Yeah.. but no but yeah but no but I didn't do it cos I woz wiv sharon and sharon loves dean and deans got a ford escort Mk2 wiv alloys and go faster stripes wot make it go faster, innit..
razzledazzle - 2 May 2008 11:32
The best and safest way to experience this place is from the comfort and safety of a bus, passing by at high speed.
razzledazzle - 6 Apr 2008 01:05
Like walking into the living room of someone who really doesn't like you. Just after you've parked your car on their dog.
agnes_guano - 22 Jun 2007 14:23
Best Gay Pub in the area
anonymous - 20 Feb 2007 14:30
All of the above are pretty true I ventured into this pub on a few occasions when I lived in Brentford last year. This place is a local for Brentford locals. Tracksuits, caps, burberry and lots of gold jewellery and a benefit book or a gram of some illegal substance a must! At the weekend this place is full of kids whose parents idea of mental stimulation for their kid is the fruit machine. Sunday's are always very busy as most of the clientele don't actually have to get up for work on Monday. It's true, in the summer you will find this place surrounded by kids,buggies and such like - you wouldn't know that they had a perfectly good garden at the back but most seem to choose to sit at the tables next to car park on the street - easy access to the estate behind I imagine for most drinkers in there. This place isn't for the younger drinker - although if you have a higher IQ than a 7 year old you probably won't find the atmosphere or the conversation very stimulating.
Drinker1 - 24 May 2006 15:14
look at the name. take a wild guess at the sort of people who would go to a pub with this name. good chance that most of the drinkers ALSO have a tattoo of George OR a dragon.
morrissey - 28 Mar 2006 18:28
i once went into this pub after missing a 267. I was met at the door by a small gathering of shirtless 19 year old yobs exercising their poor sense of humour by laughing out loud. Inside the drinkers also displayed an imaginative aggression towards newcomers. I sat on my own watching their teeange girlfriends park their prams on the kerb whilst one lad showed the gang how the throttle on an escort works.
morrissey - 18 Mar 2006 22:54
Summer evenings and you will find the place surrounded by kids in baseball caps. I presume they think they are, what the kids call, 'being cool'.
Good for: Meeting up Monique coz her bruvva knows Darren and I he's got one of them scooters that goes 30 miles per hour but his cousins a mechanic and done sumfin to the engin what makes it go real fast. Innit.
thenationofjames - 2 Dec 2003 12:23
kevs and sharons from isleworth ...nice girls bit of a history...lads wiv their bird wiv a pint na wa i min?

louts! beasts! vermin! scum!
don juan the fifth - 5 Aug 2003 12:45
This is the place for the younger drinker, if you know what I mean.
Jim - 22 Jul 2003 23:11

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