Royal George8-14 Eversholt Street
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Large late-Victorian pub which may originally date from the mid/late-19th century, but it was rebuilt for Truman, Hanbury & Buxton by A. E. Sewell in the 1930s. Arranged as interconnecting rooms facing the three street frontages with a modern central bar. Situated right opposite Euston Station and named after the HMS Royal George that was a flagship vessel for the Royal Navy back in the 1800's. Grade II listed with rare marquetry decoration on the fireplaces - that on the left has small panels contrasting the steam age of the 1830s with the radios and cocktails of the 1930s - fireplace on the right has a larger panel depicting 'The Royal George' but sadly covered by a large TV screen. This is also why the front of the pub looks like the rear of said ship. Joined the CAMRA LocAle scheme in 2013 and offers CAMRA members a 10% discount. Beers come from the SIBA list and local breweries can be Southwark, Hackney, By The Horns, Sambrook's and Portobello. Lots of outside forecourt pavement seating for fair weather use.