Green Dragon

Church Road
Stoke Fleming
Emailmoc.liamg@gnimelfekots.nogardneerg Telephone(01803) 770238
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Opening times: 12-2.30, 5-11; 12-11 Fri-Sat; 12-8.30 Sun

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:

Give us a call at the pub for delivery 01803 770238. Family chicken £35 or Family Topside Beef £45 served with all the seasonal vegetable trimmings and homemade yorkies. Beer, cider, real ale and wine available too.. Delivering Sunday 2-4pm, order by Friday 5pm. Re-opened outside areas to customers on 4th July For the short term the inside areas will be closed. Our new outside bar is ready and food will be available from 5pm. We will be operating a booking system for two sittings Thursday-Saturday. One at 5 - 6.45pm and the second @ 7pm onwards. Sundays we will have one at 2 - 3.45pm and the second @ 4pm onwards. This will ensure our staff have the time to sanitise the tables between bookings. Anyone who just fancies a well deserved drink can enjoy one in our outside bar area, where with our socially distanced tables we can accommodate up to 20 people. Open Wed - Sat from 5pm; Sun from 2pm Booking is essential to avoid disappointment Tribute & Salcombe Amber or Seahorse

Regular beers: Otter Bitter, Salcombe Seahorse, St Austell Tribute

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Tucked away opposite the village church, on the South West Coastal Path and half a mile from Blackpool Sands, there has been a building on the site since the 12th Century. There is a cosy bar, a focus for the village, featuring a large log burning open fire. The bar, adjacent restaurant and kitchen were refurbished in 2018. The background music is subdued, there are no gaming machines or TV screens, except for Six Nations rugby. Local legend suggests there is a tunnel underneath the floor to the nearby beach and, some say, a ghost. One photo is of three landlords of the Green Dragon. They are L to R: Peter Crowther 1992-2018; Alan Jones current; Steve Hele Late 1980s to early 1990s;