Nearby points of interest
Nearby points of interest
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
Everything was excellent; except for the noise level. Acoustics are horrible. Not sure if it was where we were sitting but I could not have a conversation with my dinner companion. All we could do was smile and nod at how much we enjoyed the food. Alex was our server and he was excellent !!
This is a favorite spot in Saint Augustine. It is centrally located (close to the Bridge of Lions) and very aesthetically pleasing. The bar is colorful with lots of ambient lighting and the seating is comfortable. From the moment we arrived, we felt welcome and were greeted by friendly staff, then taken immediately to our table. Our server was professional and provided excellent service.
My husband and I were pleasantly surprised at how nice the restaurant was. We were seated right by the window and the decore was beautiful. Both our appetizers were amazing and our fillets although they were a little under cooked, we didn't send them back because the flavor of the steak was spot on. We will definitely be back.
Located on a historic side street off of King St (main drag) and away from much of the tourist congestion. Small inside seating of 12 tables with outside sidewalk seating available. Limited dinner menu but enough selection for most diners. Entree salads, soups, Flatbreads, several pasta selections, chicken, shrimp & grits, great burger platter. Limited wine list but extensive martini choices and other craft cocktails and beer. Nice happy hour. Great service and good basic American food. Chief Frederick even came out to check on our meal. Would recommend.
First meeting; Ambiance was great for that. Reservation was right on time despite crowd and was seated at a good table. Shared the Ahi app which was very fresh. Drinks were tasty. Service was very friendly, but just off the pace. Always there about 5 minutes after I was ready for her.
From where I was sitting, I did not get the impression this is a quiet romantic place. Too upbeat for that, I think.
The service at Cellar 6 was great The environment was very nice for our anniversary dinner. The Baked Brie was wonderful and the Cream of Mushroom soup was outstanding. I had the Seared Scallops with Citrus Sauce. They were very good but the citrus flavor was not very apparent. The asparagus served with it was unappealing and the garlic mashed potatoes were average. My husband had the Shrimp and Grits and he really enjoyed it.
The menu is not very large but I would come back again.
Cellar Six was the restaurant I suggested for a first time Date. I have been there twice before, once in the evening for dinner and once at happy hour. I have never been disappointed with the food, the servers, the atmosphere. The appetizers could be a main meal in themselves as it is an ample size. You could share one appetizer and then have a meal if you are super hungry. We are definitely going back again. One more quick thing: they take reservations online or by phone call. Check it out on their website.
Good, but not great. We picked two entrees from the specials. The fish was ridiculously over cooked, but the strip steak was cooked to perfection. The hostess was constantly moving and doing something, to the point that she was so busy doing things the servers should have been doing that entering guests had to wait for her to return from the bar. One of the servers had a party of 6 next to us and he came and went 4 times but never once picked up the dirty pile of plates at the end if their table. The hostess did it!
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.
Please sign in to record your input. Thanks!
Report this review as inappropriate?
If you believe this review should be removed from OpenTable, please let us know and someone will investigate.