Six Pence Pub

/ Pub & bar, Restaurant, BBQ
#369 of 1970 places to eat in Savannah
ClosedOpens at 11:00
American, British, Grill, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: $11-30
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245 Bull St
Savannah, Georgia, USA
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If you happen to be near Roots Up Gallery, you can go to this bar. Among other British cuisune places to visit, Six Pence Pub can be one of the best. Being at this place, eat mouthwatering shepherd's pie, blt and pot roast. The truth is that you will really enjoy perfectly cooked bread pudding, crème brûlée and pecan pie. Come here and order good draft beer, ale or scotch. A number of visitors say that you can drink great ice tea, coffee or juice at this spot.

This bar is famous for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. From the guests' point of view, prices are reasonable. You will certainly appreciate the nice atmosphere and divine decor. Zomato displays a rating of 4.3 for Six Pence Pub proving that this is worth a visit.

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I've always liked the Six Pence Pub.  Small, cozy interior, several sidewalk umbrella tables and a British menu.  Over the years I've enjoyed some meals better than others, but that's just how it goes when you frequent a spot.  It was fairly quiet on this Hurricane Dorian Eve, but they had customers and were gracious host. A mandatory curfew forced an early closing.  Our waitress was thoughtful to bring a bowl of fresh water to my Dalmatian, Tito!  So this restaurant is pet friendly when dining outside. The Shepard's Pie was served in a crock with a ground beef base with carrots and peas, topped with mashed potatoes and melted cheese.  Very filling and I was happy to give half to hubs.  He enjoyed his appetizer of Cheese Rarebit - 6 baguette slices with Cheese Rarebit sauce.   Interesting tidbits for the tourist are that Six Pence Pub is one of the haunted spots in town, and additionally,  it was in the movie "Something to Talk About" with Julia Roberts.
I adored the Six Pence Pub. Food was good for a bar, and I enjoyed all the Royal Family paraphernalia-- my Anglophile self happily approved! The bar carries Samuel Smith Chocolate Stout and that's always extra brownie points in my book. Service was efficient. The pub was a short walk from my hotel and in my opinion, a much more interesting place for a night cap than the hotel bar.
You step into old world charm with this pub.  A good selection on tap without too many to make you lose your way.  A balance between imports and local craft.   The food takes second chair to the brews, but it is a crowd pleaser for locals and tourists alike.  Look for the red phone booth.  Supposedly, you can embrace the aura of Julia Roberts who filmed a "Notting Hill" scene in this spot. I recommend sticking with the British and Irish inspired options.  If you are from the isles you might like mom's cooking better, but I think the shepherd's pie, pot roast, and Guinness stew hits the spot.
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245 Bull St, Savannah, Georgia, USA
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted No Wi-Fi No booking Takeaway TV Wheelchair accessible Parking
Opening hours
SundaySun 11:00-01:00
MondayMon 11:00-01:00
TuesdayTue 11:00-01:00
WednesdayWed 11:00-01:00
ThursdayThu 11:00-01:00
FridayFri 11:00-01:00
SaturdaySat 11:00-01:00
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