The George Tavern


The George Tavern

The George Tavern, Stepney

4 storey bar, arts, music and performance venue, Georgian theatre and exhibition space with rooms, chandeliers, old plasterwork, wood panelled kitchen. Located in London E1


TrainNearest Rail: Shadwell (DLR & Overground) and Whitechapel (Hammersmith & City, District & Circle Lines)

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