The George Inn has officially reopened following a major refurbishment, giving the 16th Century town centre pub an exciting new look.
The refurbishment works took two-weeks and the pub, which is located on the High Street, offers a brand new food menu for visitors to enjoy in a modern environment.
Stacked burgers, slow cooked meat and ribs, as well as mix and match tapas and bacon and cheese covered fries have been added to the new menu.
There are also a range of new craft beers and ciders available and entertainment includes live music nights and a weekly pub quiz.
Jim Pugh, generalmanager of the George Inn, said: “It’s been fantastic seeing the pub cometogether over the last couple of weeks and we can’t wait to welcome everyonewho comes to pay us a visit. The team and I are very excited to see our guest’sreactions over the coming days.
“Being ideally located, right in the heart of Beckenham’s town centre, our pub is the perfect spot to relax after a long day with friends and family. Our revamped menu offers delicious fresh food providing something for everyone to enjoy, featuring all the pub classics as well as brand new dishes.
“The menu won’t be the only changes our regulars will notice, we’ve also given our interiors and garden area a fresh new look that complement the pub’s traditional features.
“The building is over 350 years old and great care has been taken to ensure that it has been sympathetically restored to its former glory.
“We’re also really excited about our all-new look garden area which has been extensively remodelled for guests to enjoy.”