The George Hotel is temporarily closed due to Covid-19 Lockdown restrictions.
If you have booked with us for an event, stay or dinner reservation we will be in touch to discuss alternative arrangements.
If you are a business traveller and need accommodation in the area, please contact our sister hotel Moor Hall Hotel & Spa in Sutton Coldfield (7 miles away) which is remaining open during lockdown and during Tier 3 restrictions.
*** Please note that we currently offer a Bar Menu available every day 12pm to 2.30pm and an Evening Menu available every day 6pm to 9pm. Darwin's and our carvery lunch* will not open for the time being. *Carvery Lunch on Sundays will return on 13th Septmeber. ***
You have plenty of dining options at The George - whether you choose a light snack, bar meal or a traditional afternoon tea in our Lounge Bar, hearty comfort food in our lunchtime carvery or modern British dining in Darwin’s restaurant you’ll enjoy delicious dishes created by our passionate and talented kitchen team.
Please To Eat In Lichfield
Lichfield is a popular location for both short and long term visits, which naturally begs the question of “where to eat?”. Fortunately, Lichfield is bursting with options. Some could even say too many. So, to help you out, here’s our quick guide on places to eat in Lichfield, Staffordshire.
So, if you’re not already from here, why come to Lichfield? This cathedral city boasts numerous listed buildings and offers a relaxing environment a short distance from Birmingham. As such, Lichfield is perfect for days out or short weekends.
When it comes to eating, this makes it the ideal treat for Mothers Day Lunch or a special weekend and, thankfully, the range of restaurants and cafes are plentiful. Whether you’re looking for fine dining or quiet afternoon tea, you’ve come to the right place.
Where To Eat in Lichfield City Centre
Lichfield is a popular destination to visit, thanks to its scenic charm, so its not surprising there are numerous eating places in Lichfield centre. In fact, you can find a wide variety of choices, from European Cuisine at McKenzies In The City to Ego Mediterranean Restaurant and Bar. Of course, there are also numerous wine bars, brasseries and pizzeries to enjoy for more causal dining, too.
Being in the city centre means that there are numerous locations all within a short walk, allowing for a very relaxing breakfast, lunch or dinner. The George is also based a stone’s throw from here, but more on us later.
Lichfield isn’t the biggest city, so you’ll quickly find yourself in the surrounding countryside. Here, you can find numerous country pubs and restaurants that are popular with locals, such as The Owl at Lichfield, even if they are significantly less convenient to get too.
Our advice? If you’re travelling around the region, do some research and choose a nearby restaurant (we’re more than happy to give some recommendations).
So, what about The George itself? We have our own on-site restaurant to enjoy! Darwin’s Restaurant is open for is open for dinner every evening from 6 pm. We offer numerous modern British delights, as well as a full grill and fixed price menus.
Causal Lounge Dining
While eating out in Lichfield has its merits, it’s nice to also have a casual and relaxing option as well. This is where the Lounge Bar at The George is also useful. We offer breakfast, lunch (including a carvery) and dinner here, so let us take care of all the hard work while you enjoy a carefree meal.
Here, you can also find many of our specialities, such as afternoon tea and free membership to our gin club. So, whether it’s a girls night out or a romantic weekend away, the lounge bar can cover all needs and is open throughout the day.
If that wasn’t enough, we also offer an outdoor terrace and meals on the move – two great options for those wanting to enjoy the historic surroundings outside.