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George Tavern up for awards

Popular blue collar pub The George Tavern has again shown its class as a finalist in the Australian Hoteliers Association NSW Awards.
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SUCCESSFUL TEAM: The George Tavern manager Michael Farley and floor supervisor Karen Wallace. Picture by PERRY DUFFIN

Equally popular among families for meals, the tavern is in the running for six awards including the coveted NSW Country Hotel of the Year.

The tavern last won the crown in 2012.

“The staff get very excited,” The George Tavern director Janine Redman said.

“It’s something for them to be proud of.”

About 800 association members lodged nominations in the annual awards.

The George Tavern nominated in the best liquor retail, casual dinning, best traditional bar and best gaming categories and is a finalist in each of those four categories.

Hotels can’t nominate themselves for the top award or the best individual operator – but The George is a finalist in both, having impressed judges who acted as mystery shoppers in recent weeks.

Australian Hotels Association CEO John Whelan said the finalists list was the ultimate when it came to the best hotels across the state.

“All finalists on the list have worked hard to be there; they have been thoroughly vetted by a team of independent judges and auditors over a period of several months.

“They really do represent the best in the business.”

The George Tavern management and its owners Dan and Janine Redman will attend the awards ceremony in Sydney on November 24.

“I like to nominate us so our guys can get some recognition,” Mrs Redman said.

“It’s always a fun night.”

The member hotels receive a written report after the awards, detailing any areas in need of improvement, from the judges.

The George Tavern at Green Hills employs 45 people from the Maitland area.

“We’ve got a great team and our people are really proud of their roles,” Mrs Redman said.

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