Open Hours: Mo to Fr from 05:00 PM to 07:00 PM,Su to Th from 11:30 AM to 12:00 AM,Fr from 11:30 AM to 02:00 AM
From the unmistakable red phone booth to the mandatory dartboards, this cozy spot is a relatively admirable send-up of the ... More
Six Pence Pub
From the unmistakable red phone booth to the mandatory dartboards, this cozy spot is a relatively admirable send-up of the traditional British pub. The Americanized menu includes selections from both sides of the pond, including burgers and sandwiches as well as a hearty Shepherds Pie. You'll meet as many drinkers here as diners; as plenty of folks stop by just to sample the draught Guinness and one of the best on-tap selections in town.
We stopped into this place because we saw it while on a carriage tour a few days before. Like the Irish pub we visited, it was ok plus. They had a decent beer selection (mostly English, Irish and Scottish brews) but their food, at least what we ordered, was just so-so; nothing better than what you’d get in a hospital cafeteria.
Hubby ordered a turkey Ruben and I had corned beef on rye. Hubby said his sandwich was ok; mine was passable. The corned beef wasn’t what I expected (like, off the brisket), rather, it was just like boring lunch meat you can buy in the grocery store. Seriously, the best thing about my lunch (other than the Strong Bow cider which I absolutely adore) was the potato chips.
The service was efficient and friendly, however, which is always important.
As with the Irish pub, we’d probably not return here unless we were just stopping by to get a “to go” cup of beer!
This was one of the best places my husband and I found to eat. I highly recommend the Shepard's Pie and for dessert Kentucky Burbon Pecan Pie. Whenever I go back to visit I will definitely come back. The service and the food are out of this world!
Six Pence Pub in Savannah, Ga is OUTSTANDING- A MUST GO!!!!
By A Yahoo! Contributor, 12/24/04
This is a great place for you to go after touring the beautiful historic city of Savannah. The pub offers friendly service and great food. We dined at the pub 3 times in one weekend we had such a great experience.
Dine outside and get the true southern aubience of the city. Inside is just like you walked into a pub from England. They have with a great menu and good prices.
After you go to Six Pence pub take a petty cab around the city and then go back for drinks at their large wooden bar with authentic pub art from England. I have not found a better place to go to in Savannah for pub fare and english food.
The service is OUTSTANDING! We Can't wait to hang out there for St Patricks Day! I heard it is the best place in town on St Paticks Day!!
Thanks Six Pence Pub!
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