The Green Dragon
5 Water Street
Tel: 01223 505035
Low ceilings give cosy feel to this ancient pub. Plenty of nooks and crannies. Huge fireplace dominates and divides two bar areas. Great location close to footbridge over River Cam, popular riverside garden.
Oliver Cromwell, English soldier and statesman who helped make England a republic and then ruled as lord protector from 1653 to 1658, drank here (once).
|Real ales||4 (Greene King - managed)||Outside seating||50|
|Wines by glass||TBC||Late licence||No|
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The Green Dragon is a local village pub situated on the River Cam in Cambridge. Being the oldest pub in Cambridge, it attracts a vast amount of tourists but still maintains a strong local atmosphere. We have an excellent selection of Cask Ales along with great pub food, including locally handmade sausages.
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Cambridge & District CAMRA says... http://pubs.cambridge-camra.org.uk/
One of the oldest pubs in Cambridge. The interior has been opened up into a single bar but still retains the timber frames of the walls. A large central brick chimney breast divides the bar into distinct areas. The beer garden is by the river on the opposite side of the road. Food served between midday and 9.30pm. The third regular beer is a house beer and the guests include non Greene King beers. Quiz night Tuesdays and live music Saturdays.
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