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About Cellar 6
We are St. Augustine's premier Wine and Cocktail Restaurant. Located in the heart of downtown St. Augustine, Cellar 6 features a full dinner menu created by our inspiring Chef who brings you weekly special dinner entrees, soups, salads, sandwiches, appetizers and desserts. We offer a wide selection of wine as well as over 30 varietals by the glass under $10 that can be found as highly rated in Wine Spectator. Our specialty martini's and cocktails and beer from around the world will ensure all are left eating and drinking something they love. Come and join us for happy hour from 4:30 to 7pm EVERY DAY as well as Late Night Happy Hour EVERY DAY with 1/2 PRCED COCKTAILS (Sunday-Thursday 10-close, Friday & Saturday 12-1 am)! Dinner is served daily beginning at 4:30 pm. www.cellar6staugustine.com. Become our friend on FB at Cellar 6 for tonight's latest promotions.
St. Augustine, FL 32084
Contemporary American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 4:30 PM til 11 PM
Friday - Saturday: 4:30 PM - 2:00 AM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Cellar 6 features local artists nightly. Soloists as well and bands will entertain you every night at Cellar 6. Music begins nightly around 9 p.m.
Parking is available around the plaza off King Street. There is also a Public City Parking lot behind Trinity Episcopal Church which is one block East of the Casa Monica Hotel. Turn right onto St. George Street and take the first left. Parking is free after 5 p.m. and all day Sunday. Occasionally parking is not available in this lot due to church functions. There is also parking available behind the Lightner Museum just a few blocks away.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Dancing, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Wine
Cellar 6 Ratings and Reviews
My husband and I arrived 20 mins early for our 8:30 pm reservation. We were greeted and seat almost immediately, which was a surprise for a Friday night. HOWEVER, our server never came over to greet us!!!! We're were seated in the front of the restaurant with only 2 additional tables. We watched each respective tables' attended by 2 different servers, as one would hope. Yet, we sat there for 15 mins and NO ONE CAME OVER!!! The 2 servers of the other tables never once acknowledged us or for the very least alert the prospective server of our table of our presence. We even alerted the hostess to the lack of service after she sat a table behind us. She could of cared less......her response was "uhhhhhh." One would think something along the lines of "I'm sorry, let me find your server" for starters. This was shameful service, as this was our second time at Cellar 6. Our initial experience was great, thus our return. We left without ordering a single item as we had no way to even ask for water, napkins, or silverware. We we announced to hostess we were leaving as we haven't seen our server.....we got "uhhhhh" again. WE WILL NEVER RETURN!!!!! The sad thing is the pride in customer service is lost. People just don't care anymore. If i was half as crappy at my job as cellar 6 is at providing service. My patients would have a field day with slander!!!! Get it together Cellar 6!!!
Do not use Bay Window table. Because of the narrow facing street and tons of passing tourists, many of them will knock on the window while others will stop and try to get your attention. Really rude and unpleasant.
One other reason not to use the front tables is that the tables are flimsy Bistro ones with an unusual cross brace underside .Because you can not see these braces with the over excessive tablecloth lengths, it makes it very difficult to get in and out of. I almost knocked over our drinks several times. They are so flimsy that the tables shake when using utensils.
There are only 3 tables in the bay window area, while the rest of the tables line up opposite the bar where it gets really noisy. Really tight space overall.
I ordered the Cellar 6 Signature Charbroiled Angus beef burgher and my wife Steak Diane. The burger had no flavor.....almost as if it were microwaved and seared a little on a griddle. The Steak Diane had a lot of connective tissue along with good amount of fatty parts... not good quality.
We arrived early at 5:30. It took quite a while for our orders to come out. What really bothered
me most was they sent out my burgher way ahead of my wife's entree...4 minutes later.
I have to say that this was not fine dining. but more like a Bourbon Street watering hole.
We were on our way to Charleston where fine dining is the best.
Strange that a restaurant that advertises its extensive wine menu has a young waitress that knows nothing about wine let alone wine etiquette. Waitress come back to check on our table twice, not noticing our wine glasses were empty and did not have the presence of mind to refill our glasses. Totally clueless in other areas of the food menu as well. The special of the night-seafood Mac & Cheese- was overcooked, quite tasteless and piled high with very little discernable seafood. Great quantities of Mac & Cheese just to justify the price.
This is a small restaurant. A large party, maybe 30 people, was quite noisy until their food was served. Only one waiter, but other staff pitched in to help. We were there for half-price tapas night. The plates were big and quite tasty. Try the roasted veggies on flat bread.
We sat outside next to a heater which was very warming on a cooler evening. We ordered Steak Diane and New York Strip. My husband's Steak Diane was more ell- done than he Likes. I had the NY strip steak and it was a little chewy with some grizzle. Prices are high and could be more affordable. I know it is downtown St. Augustine but we are locals and next time will go to a restaurant that is less pricey with good food.
We were here about 2 1/2 yrs ago. Seemed they had larger selection of wines then. More of a wine bar than a regular bar.
We sat at the bar and were very surprised that the bartender had no knowledge of wines nor of the food on the menu. However, he was attentive.
The tuna appetizer was excellent
Overall good experience, nice people in a great location. Great cocktails and friendly service from Amanda who was excellent. We were warned that service might be slow because they were short staffed, but we weren't in a rush and the pace actually suited us well. Overall the food was great, and the Baked Brie appetizer was to die for. We were disappointed in the Pasta Primavera which was not at all like we expect from the dish, more like Fettucchine Alfredo with very few vegetables and a heavy pesto cream sauce. Definitely will return and try some other things, It all looked so good!
This was our second visit to Cellar 6. The ambiance is very nice and the menu offers a nice variety of flavorful dishes. Unfortunately, this visit wasn't as enjoyable as the first.
The appetizer came out with the entree and both of us had ordered a trio dish that included fish. We specifically asked that the fish be lightly cooked, unfortunately it came out more like "fish jerky" being that it was so well done. I'd like to chalk up the experience as the establishment having an off night. I will give them another chance and hopefully it will be as pleasurable as the first.
Neighborhood gem on Aviles Street in St. Augustine offers outdoor seating and window seating on one of the city's prettiest cafe-lined streets. Food is consistently good, but dishes are not as creative as some other local restaurants. Noise level can be high when the small dining room is full, and service also can be slow. However, these are minor inconveniences for what is a pleasant and worthwhile dining experience in the Old City.
Great experience! Really busy for Thursday but prompt seating with our reservation. Excellent service! Portions were quite large for some dishes -great for next day's lunch. Good wine list and excellent variety of drinks. Very creative and fun withiPad menus and back lighted cocktail menus.
My wife and I went to Cellar 6 the night before Valentine's Day and had an outstanding dinner. She had the pork tenderloin and I had the surf and turf. The tenderloin was the best I have ever had which is saying a lot. Everything was great in this quant, friendly place. We had a great server, Andrew, and sent our appreciation to Chef Joel for a superb dinner. I would definitely return whenever in St. Augustine. By the way, I rarely submit reviews but felt that this restaurant deserved my appreciation.
Our first visit to cellar 6 after hearing good reviews from friends. On fridays and Saturday's you most likely need to book ahead but u may be lucky. Our night was better than expected. Located in a cozy lil street and a great ambience. Our server was a bit overworked but she hustled and overcame the issue. We had the ribeye and seafood trio and all food came out nicely prepped and tasted wonderful. I have nothing but praise for this place and will definitely return.
Went here for a date with my wife. All the food was spectacular. My wife had a filet and I had the mahi. Her steak was cooked perfectly, my mahi had the most amazing risotto cake and curry sauce underneath. The atmosphere was lively, and while it was a full room and a little loud with conversation (we didn't mind) it became more calm after the dinner rush. The wine we had was perfect too, and our server was outstanding. We have no complaints, and would definitely come back.
Service was good. We went there for an outdoor table, unfortunately none were available. I had the ahi tuna appetizer. It was good but I thought $16. was pricey for an appetizer. Also had a Caesar salad, $12. not very good. We live in St. Augustine and wouldn't go back. Restaurant seems to cater to tourists. Wouldn't think they'd have a lot of return customers.
We absolutely loved Cellar 6 not to mention it was located on the oldest street in the U.S. The food was exceptional, the decor was beautiful (still decorated for Night of Lights), the cocktails amazing, the service outstanding. Not knowing anything about St. Augustine, we were so glad that we found the restaurant and made a reservation for dinner.
We enjoyed their cocktails one evening and then returned to sample there food. Andrew was our server and he was very attentive, knowledgeable and passionate about our dining experience. Chef Frenchy provided us with mouthing watering ahi tuna, baked Brie , Chef Trio and The Filet mignon cooked to perfection. The whole experience was wonderful and Joel and I plan on returning when we visit St Augustines again.
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