The Dragon Inn
51 The Tything
Mon-Sat 12-3, 4.30-11, Sun 12-3-7.30
The Dragon Inn
This is the premier real ale pub in Worcester and has won the prestigious local CAMRA pub of the year competition a number of times. It's just a short stroll from Foregate Street station and very near the annual beer fetival held at the racecourse.
The pub itself is grade II listed Georgian town house that has depth rather than breadth. You enter from the front and the bar is down the left wall halfway down.
There are seven hand pumps all in working order with a different beer on. All are well kept and served - full pints here. There is a selection of ciders too.
The decor is dark stripped wooden floors and dark furniture, the walls are covered with pump clips and photos - including a large one of the landlord! Some bench seating is available and there is a beer garden, but it's really a yard.
Food is served here at lunchtimes only (Monday-Saturday 12-2.30 [3 Sat]) - check out the chalkboard for choices (always something for vegetarians). Some interesting choices are offered and suit a wide range of tastes.
Access for the disabled is possible, though space is limited.
No accommodation here. Well worth a stop.
The Swan with two Nicks, 28 New Street, Worcester. (01905) 28190. 5 guest ales, food lunchtimes. children welcome
The Bell, 35 St Johns, Worcester, WR2 5AG. (01905) 424570. 4 ales.
The Cricketers, Angel St, Worcester. (01905) 23583. 4 ales (6X, Highgate Dark). Food lunchtimes.
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Up to 7 guests.
City Walls Rd, Worcester.
S: from £55, D: £65.