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WENTWORTH & ELSECAR


George & Dragon


Wentworth’s traditional family pub


A saintly summer at the


George


With its traditional rustic atmosphere, exceptional quality food and drink plus plenty of outdoor space for the kids to run off some steam, let your summer celebrations be-GIN at the George and Dragon in Wentworth.


Serving the local community


since 1804, this charming pub at the heart of Wentworth village makes for the perfect pit-stop whatever the time of year. But with a new seasonal menu plus an outdoor bar and BBQ open during the weekends, a visit this summer is a must. After a walk around the


picturesque village, quench your thirst with one of the many beverages waiting for you behind the bar. For beer warriors, the George is


a multi-award winning Rotherham CAMRA worthy alehouse that has a penchant for the real stuff. With up to seven guest ales on each week, try a pint from local breweries such as Chantry, Bradfield, Acorn and Kelham Island; the George is also the first in the area to stock Peak Ales from the Chatsworth Estate. If gin is the soul of your summer


– or winter, spring and autumn – then be inspired by the eclectic range of botanical beverages on the menu. With a core range made up


of favourites such as Hendrick’s, Whittaker’s and Masons Yorkshire Gin, try something new from the changing specialities paired with a Fever Tree Tonic. From damson to marmalade, Parma violet to Turkish delight, there are even flavours such as chocolate orange,


marshmallow and unicorn tears. Multiple visits may be necessary to get through them all. While you savour your tipple


of choice, sit and relax in the extensive beer garden while you browse over the new summer menus and the kids enjoy the play area. For starters, there is everything


from breaded monkfish cheeks to a puff pastry garlic mushroom tart and even an antipasti platter for two. Head chef and landlord Mick


has added to the pub’s classic favourites such as the almighty steak and ale pie or fish and chips with delicate dishes like prawn spaghetti with chilli and spinach or duck breast with sweet potato puree, beetroot and leeks. For al fresco dining, there is also


a new outdoor food menu bursting with fresh flavours in their range of appetising salads and lighter bites. Seasonal salads are topped with cold salmon steak, BLT pasta or a traditional Greek affair. Or snack on a BBQ pulled belly pork or falafel and halloumi wrap. There are even a range of


freshly baked pizzas available all day, every day. With something for all


tastes, you’ll be slayed by the amount of choice on offer at the George and Dragon.


On the Bar... • 7 different cask ales 7 different cask ales from local guest breweries


• Over 30 gins including specialities • Extensive wine menu • Lagers and ciders


• York Coffee Emporium artisan coffees


On the Menu... • Newsummermenu


New summer menu now available


• Sandwiches and light bites • Daily specials • Sunday lunch menu • Stone baked pizzas available every day


On the Outside... • Extensive beer garden with


• Extensive beer garden with children’s play area • Dedicated garden food menu • Marquee for private parties


Open 7 days


Sun to Weds 11am-11pm • Thurs to Sat 11am-11.30pm Food Served: Mon to Sat 12pm-9pm • Sun 12pm-6pm


85 Main Street, Wentworth, Rotherham S62 7TN Tel.


01226 742 440 View our full menus online: www.georgeanddragonwentworth.com


Dog Friendly


aroundtownmagazine.co.uk 49 Rotherham CAMRA’s


Pub of the Season Winter 2018


Pop Up


Pie Shop – order one of our famous pies to enjoy at home


Outdoor bar


and BBQ every weekend


from 12pm (weather permitting)


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