|Address:||245 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401, USA|
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A Private User
The food here is completely mediocre. Its what I call a tourist trap, which I didnt expect since it was farther south from River Street. You enter and the atmosphere is very English pub style, as is some of the food on their menu. If you get chips (not the British kind, they dont sell fries) you get stale ruffle chips from the bag. The food had clearly been sitting under a hot plate and almost looked like it was frozen and heated up. The server was alright, not very personable but good at what she did. The food, variety, and the price your paying for it just isnt worth it. If youre a tourist Id recommend going to Moon River on Bay Street, B&D on Broughton, or JJ Bonerz. Very fun Savannah atmospheres, good service, and good food. Just depends what style of dining you want, but Sixpence isnt above any of those restaurants I listed.
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Went here on a vague suggestion by the tour guide on our trolley tour. When we got the the hostess looked outraged that wed asked to sit outside. Our waitress took forever to do even the simplest things. We had to wait probably 30 minutes from the time we asked for the check to getting our change back. We did make the mistake of not looking at the menu posted outside, so we didnt realize theres very little British food on the menu. The food we ordered was pretty good, but it was way overpriced for the quality and amount of food you get. If you want British food in Savannah walk the few blocks down to Churchills, dont get pulled in by the fake charm from the outside of the Six Pence.
Bartender was extremely rude with me when asking politely about a draft I wasnt familiar with. It was very slow, about 5pm on a Thursday. My wife was in the bathroom when I ordered the pint, when she came back and joined me we sat for a half hour - barmaid didnt even look in our direction (there was literally one other person at the bar). Sat and waited to order a drink for her and it was impossible. Watched her break a number of bartending rules (at least by NYC standards) listened to her complain to other employees and eventually left out of frustration. Why bartend if you dont want to make money? Standard pub in a great location with a TERRIBLE and clueless bartender
Service is very attentive! I had a question about protocol with my support animal and the manager came out and talked with me, offered to sit with her if I had to go inside for any reason. They brought my dog a bowl of water along with my water and were on top of everything. Melissa was quick with the order and the food came out hot and delicious! The French onion soup was the best Ive had in a while and the chicken salad sandwich was on perfectly firm and fresh pumpernickel. Well poured Black and Tan too. Im going to be back!
Service was really good. The waitress came back every now and then to make sure everything was fine. Water was refilled without even asking. I ordered soup and salad. The soup was seafood chowder and was different from what I normally taste from my hometown. The salad was a bit disappointing since some of the greens were brown. I told the waitress. The waitress and most likely the owner situated the problem professional. They came to ask me what I would prefer rather than the salad. In return I got a turkey sandwich.
Had my first night of legal drinking at this pub, and found everyone to be fantastic - but then again, I *am* a happy drunk. Good prices for Savannah, with a spot-on food menu. The only downside is the VERY limited seating (helped a bit by the patio), especially during St. Patricks day, or any other Savannah holiday. Managed to find Macallan 18 behind the bar, too, which is a plus for a scotch drinker. They do special dinners on holidays; go be a part of it.
A Private User
Restaurant had a funny odor walking in the door. Food was just ok, not super fresh...Chocolate cake was YUM, but the strawberry that came with it was mushy & had brown spots. Overall, a bit disappointed, especially for the price - $18 for a grilled chicken salad & a piece of cake. I might try it again, if I felt like there wasnt anywhere else to go. The cake may be the one saving grace, if I can look past that strawberry. ;)
A little pricey for not much food, or even very good food. The salmon salad made my wife sick - ok, theres no way to KNOW it was their salad, but yeah, it was. Sat at the bar and the lady was very impatient. Its a quaint setting, and maybe we just caught them on a bad day. Still, it was mid-week in the off-season, so if they cant get it right then, I hate to think what it would be like on a weekend in the summer.
Cadre irlandais agréable, boeuf à la Guinness servit dans un pain creux, très bon. Et une Guinness stout digne de ce nom ! Le service de la bière (lalcool?) ne se fait quà partir de 12h30.
This was a cozy stop during a cold night of walking around Savannah. It was very busy on a Sunday night. I ordered Bangers and Mash since this was an English pub and I havent tried that dish before. It was an okay choice but I dont think any of it was homemade. I think the sausage was prepared in a microwave. I probably would not go to this pub again for the food.
On a Hop On Hop Off we had drinks and lunch here. Outdoor seating is limited but we were able to sit outside because it was kinda hot out. Good draft selection and the menu had enough choices. Good was good. Friendly staff. Outdoor seating is right on the sidewalk so you will have folks walking by you while you eat. Just a heads up.
AAAAAAMAZING!!!!!!!!! We took a mini vacay to Savannah for my bday and just happen to see Six-Pence. Im glad we stopped. We couldnt stop talking about the food and we still cant stop talking about it. Ill go back in a heart beat. I cant wait for us to take another trip to Savannah this will be my first stop.
The Shepards Pie i ordered was probably prepared before we even walked into the place which is disappointing. The lettuce for my salad was wilted. The ranch dressing was tasteless. Our waitress was crabby and we didnt complain to her about anything. Beer is too expensive. Wouldnt go back again.
I am not a Savannah local, but I make sure to stop by Six Pence every time were in the area. The pub atmosphere is perfect and feels authentic. Even food that typically is nothing special to get at a restaurant comes out fantastic. Six Pence is an absolute must if youre in the area.
Lets just say I love the ambience and the Decour being an Anglophile. Its just your typical pub food and bar. Love their collection of character mugs behind the bar. But definitely if youre in this part of the square come by wet your whistle while you are shopping and antiquing
B Shane Faunce
We had a short stop in this great city and had to visit Six Pence based on our neighbors strong recommendation. Expecting nothing more than your typical bare fare, the food was suprisingly good and the ambiance was outstanding. I was so happy when they offered me a roadie!