Posted on KTSP on December 22nd, 2012. When money is tight, people tend to cut things from their budget like eating out, and giving to charities. But now, there’s a new way to dine–and donate–at the same time. The concept is pretty simple. Every time you eat in a participating restaurant, the restaurant essentially donates […]
Posted in Twin Cities Daily Planet on October 23rd, 2012. So much food, so little time – highlights and lowlights of a week of eating George and the Dragon: best fish and chips I’ve had in ages. Click here for the complete article.
Posted in Minnesota Monthly in October, 2012. But in southwest Minneapolis, George provides the one thing that really matters in a pub: a gathering place. Here, you can take the kids after soccer practice, talk with your neighbors or about your neighbors—the line out the door suggests there is no one who doesn’t feel welcome. […]
Posted in Southwest Minneapolis Patch on September 18th, 2012. “Best Bar” and “Southwest Minneapolis” are not phrases commonly associated with each other. Broadly speaking, we’re a pretty family-oriented part of town. Anyone walking around the area on a Friday night would be hard-pressed to confuse it with Uptown. Yet, two local establishments just won Minnesota Monthly’s nod […]
Posted in Minnesota Monthly in August, 2012. An hour wait at 8 p.m. on a Wednesday? Welcome to George and the Dragon, which literally rose from the ashes of Heidi’s and Blackbird at 50th and Bryant in south Minneapolis. Clearly the neighborhood was lacking a place where grown-ups could gather for post-game pub fare and […]
Aired on KARE 11 on July 21st, 2012. MINNEAPOLIS — Located at 50th and Bryant in south Minneapolis, George and the Dragon is now serving pub classics and family recipes. Click here for the complete article.
Posted in Mpls/St Paul Magazine on July 1st, 2012. The funny little thing about gastropubs is that we all still seem to struggle to define them. We are happily overjoyed that people are endeavoring to open neighborhood bars with better-than-average menus, but what makes a pub a gastropub? For example, although it has been implied, […]
Posted in City Pages on May 30th, 2012. The medieval legend of St. George and the Dragon is a classic tale of a girl, her girdle, a guy, and the gigantic lizard he leveraged to help him convert a city of heathens. The whole scenario is pretty bananas, but my guess is you just want to know […]
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