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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with The George in partnership with Jameson Irish Whiskey

From Friday the 17th March, The George invites Londoners to join them throughout the weekend to eat, drink and enjoy St.Patrick's Day as the pub partners with Jameson Irish Whiskey to offer guests the ultimate Irish experience.



Kicking off the celebrations on Friday 17th March The George will have a live Irish band playing from 7pm - 10pm, as they invite guests to join them for Jameson Irish Whiskey cocktails such as the Artist Special, London’s best Irish Coffee, Irish Oysters, pints of Guinness and coveted packets of Tayto crisps, especially imported from The Emerald isle, available from 17th – 19th March.


Alongside Irish specials, The George will be serving up their signature pub classics throughout the weekend, with dishes including Beer Battered Dayboat Fish & Chips served with tartare sauce, mushy peas and lemon and Bangers & Mash consisting of The George’s infamous sausages, creamy mash, tomato relish and onion gravy, and a Sunday Roast service on March 19th.


If this wasn’t enough, The George will also be live screening all Six Nations games, including the England v Ireland match on Saturday 18th March. Those looking for a private screening of The Six Nations can book ‘The Green Room’ at The George, which can host up to ten guests, ‘The Snug’ for up to 15 guests, or the Upstairs at The George ‘Private Dining Room’, which is also available to hire for viewing parties. For further information and to book please visit www.thegeorge.london/six-nations or alternatively call 0203 946 3740.

For further information and to book: www.thegeorge.london

Phone number: 0203 946 3740

Address: 55 Great Portland Street, W1W 7LQ

Opening Hours:

The George (ground floor pub)

Tuesday – Wednesday: 12pm – 11pm

Thursday – Friday: 12pm – 11.30pm

Saturday: 12pm – 12am

Sunday: 12pm – 6pm

Upstairs at The George

Monday - Saturday: Lunch 12pm - 3pm, Dinner 6pm - 10pm

Sunday: 12pm - 6pm

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