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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
The Mahi was not fresh.
The shrimp was over cooked.
The crab cake had more breading than crab. The good thing was the drinks and the bartender was great.
We don't mind paying a higher price for good food. The owners need to visit the Grill 66 in Fort Lauderdale or Trulucks to learn how to make crab cakes. Also they should use fresh Mahi. We will be back for cocktails only.
We thoroughly enjoyed our dinners at Cellar 6. We had a great table and the menu had lots to offer. The seared ahi tuna was particularly good. Nice wine menu with choices and price points for every taste and budget. The service was a little disjointed but pleasant enough it didn't change our opinion. Will definitely be back.
Disappointing. Restaurant was short staffed but we seemed to be the only ones missing a dedicated server. Three tries to get water, no ice tea, and one glass of wine which seemed to be a very short pour. Ahi appetizer was to die for, filet was good but strip was overcooked. Sides were minuscule. We were really looking forward to trying Cellar 6 but doubt we will be back, too many other great options around town.
One of the best restaurants in downtown St. Augustine! Plus on one of the best oldest streets! Food choices cover anything your tastes are craving! Their soups are out of this world but beware, filling! Might want to split a bowl so you have room for the delicious main course and dessert! Mallory, our server was right on spot with suggestions and timely delivery of our food! Will definitely be going back often!
Went for my anniversary. Reserved the table for my anniversary. Made note of my anniversary. There was no recognition of my anniversary, the server only became aware once we declined dessert and she said "well you should come back on your birthday or anniversary, you'll get free dessert".....
Not a great restaurant when looking for an intimate dinner or special occasions... As they sat us in the open.. in front of a wall made of windows, directed at the street with no less than 200 people walking by and looking in.
It is, however, the perfect spot to take a date for your first meeting off Christian Mingle or Plenty of Fish... where it's a nice atmosphere, nice bar area, and loud enough to drown out stories about her ex husband's new wife and her botox .. Along with other stories that she believes to be hysterical, stories about taking her cats to the vet and her kids never calling her, when, they are not funny and are truly just sad.
The food was excellent but the drink service was slow because our waitress had informed us that they were down one bartender so the drinks came slower than usual. Although the drinks were good, we thought they weren't as premium and high quality as in the past. Our two favorite bartenders were no longer at Cellar 6 so don't know if this factor played into it. It seemed the quality wasn't there as in the past few years.
Overall, we enjoyed the dining experience. The hostess and our waitress were extremely nice and did their very best to make our night out as special as they could.
I informed them, in advance, that this dinner was for our friend's 30 year wedding anniversary. (Quite an accomplistment, no?) I even mentioned it when I checked in. NO acknowledgement at all, which was disappointing, to say the least, especially when they came from out of town to stay in St Augustine. We were not looking for any free anything, just acknowledgement would have been nice. The server was beyond slow, and the place was not too busy. Our dinner reservation was for 6:15pm. The food was just ok. They have been way better in the past. 2 of us had shrimp and grits, at least I think there were some grits, as they were very skimpy on the grits; just covering in a ton of sauce. My wife had a house salad with grilled chicken, which was so dry and hard you could have hurt someone with it. We had to practically beg for more water and adult beverages. They clearly missed the mark on this occasion and sadly, they have lost a customer. If you want a place to drink, then go to Cellar 6, but if you want eat, eat elsewhere first.
We were early for our reservation which was no problem. Chose an outside table on the sidewalk. Excellent service and our meals were served hot and timely. Thirsty Thursday and Happy Hour pricing in place. My husband's request for his round two drink to be made "less sweet" was received happily and the drink made as requested.
Sit-Down to Leave time totaled almost 2 hours. We started with the Baked Brie ($14) - a different option than our norm. I was slightly disappointed in that the pastry it was wrapped in wasn't quite the flaky-pastry I had expected and we needed some cutting action with a knife and fork to get into it and get to the brie. And the brie was barely warm and not gooey at all. I would have liked a little more melted cheese factor to it. It was served with crackers (but not enough for the size of the brie-pastry), grapes, and dates. Our entrées both came with mashed potatoes, asparagus, and soup of the day or salad. Their salad is a work of art, almost like a sushi-salad or a salad-bouquet. The spring mix leaves were wrapped in the middle with thinly sliced cucumber, with the tomato tucked inside, and it was topped with red onions, dried cranberries, thinly sliced carrot, and a heavy helping of feta cheese. I chose Ranch, which tasted an awful lot like bottled Hidden Valley, while as my hubs got Balsamic Vinaigrette -I ended up using his dressing. I was absolutely 100% going to get the Shrimp & Grits UNTIL she told us the Dinner Specials which was some type of Mahi or Steak Marsala. So hubby went with his original choice of the 8oz. Filet ($36) + added on 3 Scallops ($10). I chose the dinner special, Filet Marsala and it was absolutely, positively amazing! The marsala sauce was a bit salty, and my filet was a true Medium instead of Medium Rare, but the filet was so tender and delicious. There was a balsamic reduction drizzled over the asparagus, and the mashed potatoes seemed to have been re-baked - there was almost a crust to them; and not a crust like they've been sitting out too long, but an intended crust. I did have a bite of the normal Filet and I will say that that was cooked an absolute perfect Medium Rare. It wasn't as flavorful, it could have done with a bit more seasoning, but it was so tender. And the scallops were cooked perfectly! Total + Tip = $175
We have been here many times over the past couple years. Food was great as always, but our server was very slow. 25 mins to take our drink order, a long time in between coming back, even had to ask another server to get her for us. It wont effect us coming back but was a little disappointed. We are used to awesome service.
We made reservations for our honeymoon. Andrew, our server, was awesome. Knew the menu very well and was very helpful on selecting things to try. You have to try the baked brie. Simply to die for! My wife got the scallops and I got the NY strip. Both were cooked perfectly and the timing of courses was excellent. Would recommend to anyone!
This place has a great vibe. If you are looking for ambiance, this is the place. Perfect for a couple or a lively group. They have a well thought out concept that flows thru out(even the bathrooms). The drinks ,food(French trained chef) and service(Thanks Andrew !) were stellar on our visit. We will definitely be making this a must do stop on all of our future visits to the area !
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