Green Dragon5 Water Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
The Green Dragon reopened for outdoor table service from Monday 12 April. It will not reopen indoor until all restrictions are eased, probably Monday 21 June. Monday-Wednesday, 12-9. Thursday-Saturday, 12-10. Sunday, 12-7. Food vans outside Monday-Wednesday, 12-8:30. Thursday-Saturday, 12-9. Sunday, 12-5:30. No table bookings until indoor service allowed.
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A local village riverside pub and one of the oldest in Cambridge. In 1630 it was described as an "ancient victualling house". The skeletally exposed beams reveal where some of its interior walls used to be. Despite serial refurbishments, including some modern furniture, it still retains some of its character. A large central inglenook fireplace divides the bar into two distinct areas. There is a lovely beer garden by the river on the opposite side of the road and also a walled rear garden which is non-smoking (there is a well-furnished smoking area in the gazebo attached to the rear of the building). Guest beers are often non Greene King, typically from East Anglian breweries. Food ranges from pub classics to changing specials. Children's menu available. Quiz night each Wednesday.