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This London pub takes it's name from Queen Charlotte, wife of the 'Mad King' George III, who was receiving treatment for his apparent insanity at a doctors house in the square. The Queen assisted in the nursing of her husband, by cooking for him and rented a small cellar beneath the pub, where she kept special foods for him. The building dates from 1710 and is currently owned by the Greene King brewery.

The George is a Victorian pub located in London's West End. The pub is owned by the Greene King Brewery and like many Victorian pubs is decorated with a lot of wood and etched mirrors. You can view more photos of the pub on Travels with Beer.