About Cellar 6
St. Augustine, FL 32084
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.
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
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
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.
Food was enjoyable as always, but a recent menu change seems to have increased the prices on their limited selection of menu items. A $16 burger (cheapest entree item) seems expensive compared to other restaurants in St. Augustine. I do appreciate that Cellar 6 takes reservations.
We sat outside and enjoyed the warm eve ing. Good wine list. Attentive service, friendly server, quick to get out drinks out while we looked at the menu. We had grilled fish, the best I had in town all week.
Wish there had been one great vegetarian menu item (with no dairy) but that's hard to find. I challenge the chef! The interior is just gorgeous, candle lit and sparkly. I can't wait to come back and sit at that beautiful bar with my husband.
We were on vacation in st Augustine and selected this restaurant based on the reviews. The wine list was excellent. We were a bit disappointed in the entrees, they were overcooked and appeared to have been reheated too long in a microwave as the servers used towels to handle the dishes. The food certainly did not match the wine selections. Based on the reviews, perhaps they had an off night in the kitchen.
We went to Cellar 6 on the recommendation of a friend and found it to be a great one! The food was excellent, the service was great and the ambience of the restaurant was very cozy and inviting. They even have menus that light up for those of us that have a little trouble with romantic lighting!! Lol I would highly recommend this restaurant to family and friends and plan on visiting again soon.
Dined here on one of the coldest night in Florida so far this season. (In the 30s.) As such, you would certainly expect it to be quite a bit warmer inside than it was outdoors. However, it was SO hot! Several guests requested that the heat be turned down and our server actually propped open the front door to the restaurant for a while. Unfortunately, the ladies at the check-in desk would get too cold and close it, lol.
That being said, if the heat had not been a factor I think I would have enjoyed my meal more. Took advantage of the $10 off a bottle of wine deal for ordering two chef specials. I ordered the filet and husband ordered a scallop dish. The server said they were out of something for hubby's meal, so he ended up switching to filet also.
Appetizers were the house salad and a tomato bisque soup. The soup was lovely, but the salad was underwhelming. Fresh ingredients and nice presentation, just nothing special to eat. When the steaks arrived, one was clearly a thicker cut than the other and prepared much closer to our preferred "medium." So we split them and shared. The thicker one was perfect. The other was still good, but overdone. If they hadn't been so busy, we might have asked for a re-fire. Mashed potatoes come with the filet. They are good (they have cheese-asiago, maybe?).
We would have ordered a dessert to share, but it was so hot inside the restaurant, we decided to walk down St. George St. for a bit and grab a pastry with coffee.
All-in-all not a bad dinner. We enjoyed it. The place is loud and has a definite "bar" atmosphere, but that didn't bother us. I think this would be a more of a fun place to grab drinks and appetizers with friends.
I had a wonderful birthday dinner here with my boyfriend. I loved the intimate feel of the restaurant. I also like that they have a small menu, ensuring each item is prepared with excellence. The bruschetta was amazing!! A must order appetizer. My other favorite item was the roasted tomato soup with truffle oil. Definitely a place to check out!
We were here for New Years Eve. It was very busy as usual, we had made 11:00pm reservations in Open Table and were seated with plenty of time to have some drinks, and eat a little something before 12:00. The service was great as always! Definitely met our expectations!
Tried this restaurant with our friends and everyone was extremely pleased. Most of us got the filets and/or lobster, which were both excellent. They even had a Friday night special that discounted the filets. They came with mashed potatoes, asparagus and an nice salad. All sides were great too!!! We will definitely visit this restaurant again!
The location is in the heart of St. Augustine and parking is at a premium. We loved the ambiance of Cellar 6 and we were given a table with an outstanding street view which was quite pleasant. The service was a bit slow but courteous, but the place was packed. We were disappointed that certain items listed on the menu were not available. My wife ordered a strip steak but after about 20 minutes from the time we ordered, we were informed that it was not available. My wife opted for the shrimp and grits instead. I ordered the scallops. Three scallops, several grilled asparagus spears and mash potatoes arrived. The scallops etc were very tasty and fairly large but the pricing was high for such a dish. My wife's shrimp and grits were good and ample. The drinks and wine are the forte' of this establishment. The next time we visit we will probably stick to the appetizers and drinks for a light meal. There are many dining establishments to choose in St. Augustine. I am not disappointed in Cellar 6 and would return as indicated above.
This was our second visit. The food was very good-- 4 of us had the burgers which were excellent and one had the filet mignon. Everything was delicious. Its a noisy restaurant but had a manageable noise level on this night. Our first visit required my husband and I to sit side by side on the bench seat just to hear each other. Also, the mahi-mahi was very dry that night. Scallops, however, were yummy. I like the vibe there, so I'd go back.
Greg the owner was very friendly and accommodating
He introduced us to the Chef
The food was very good, though the "shrimp and grits" was too spicy for one of the members of our party
The restaurant is very nice inside, like an upscale New York bar
The wine list was extensive and not overpriced
We would certainly recommend a visit to this restaurant located in Aviles St, which we were told is the oldest street in the USA
Atmosphere and food was great. Service was very slow and took forever to get even drinks but it the Christmas holiday so I am hoping that it was just too busy for the number of staff on duty. We will try the restaurant one more time before giving it a negative review. We really hope it's better cause the food was excellent.
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