The George and Dragon Pub

Fremont

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British-style soccer pub serving pints of Guinness and english beers alongside fish ‘n’ chips or chicken curry

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Promotional value expires Dec 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for happy hour. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Talking about sports, like winning the lotto and undergoing surgery, goes better with a cold beer. Make every hour happy hour with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of British Food and Drinks

The menu includes traditional British eats such as chicken curry with rice and pita ($8.75) or fish ‘n’ chips ($9.50), as well as sandwiches such as the steak sandwich with chips ($8.50) and pints of beer ($4.75).

The George and Dragon Pub

Cheers and cries fill the air inside the pub as patrons watch TVs displaying the sport known as soccer in the United States but always called football within the walls of The George and Dragon. The language reflects the tavern’s British focus, which can be seen everywhere from the drafts of Fuller's ESB to the plates of fish ‘n’ chips. Eager spectators can keep their eyes fixed on the pub’s football schedule, while less interested parties can dig into pub food out on the large patio and talk about their secret craving to ruffle the queen's hair. Plates of beer-battered arctic cod and chips accompany the pub’s own recipe for shepherd’s pie, which tops veggie-studded ground beef with cheddary mashed potatoes. Early-rising bellies can enjoy full English breakfasts with beans, bangers, and eggs aplenty.

The George and Dragon Pub

Cheers and cries fill the air inside the pub as patrons watch TVs displaying the sport known as soccer in the United States but always called football within the walls of The George and Dragon. The language reflects the tavern’s British focus, which can be seen everywhere from the drafts of Fuller's ESB to the plates of fish ‘n’ chips. Eager spectators can keep their eyes fixed on the pub’s football schedule, while less interested parties can dig into pub food out on the large patio and talk about their secret craving to ruffle the queen's hair. Plates of beer-battered arctic cod and chips accompany the pub’s own recipe for shepherd’s pie, which tops veggie-studded ground beef with cheddary mashed potatoes. Early-rising bellies can enjoy full English breakfasts with beans, bangers, and eggs aplenty.

Customer Reviews

One of the best full English Breakfasts in town, good service, best when there isn't a rowdy soccer game on the telly, unless you're into that kind of thing. The food is delicious.
Robert · March 10, 2013
Cider on tap was especially tasty. The food was good. I will probably pick a breakfast next time whatever hour I'm there.
Michael K. · January 19, 2013
Great atmosphere, good service, serviceable food -- guess it's authentic British, but be careful. One of our party enjoyed the chicken curry, another did not. (They were helpful providing sour cream to help cut the spice.) The Sunday Prime Rib is a worthwhile destination dish. Can't argue with the pints - including cider.
Thomas S. · January 2, 2013
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    Fremont

    206 N 36th St.

    Seattle, Washington 98103

    206-545-6864

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