Fine Ale – Fine Food
It’s easy to imagine you are in Europe when you stroll through the Historic District, into Savannah’s oldest and most authentic British eatery, Six Pence Pub, a half-block south of Chippewa Square. Six Pence Pub serves up beer and cider on tap from the United Kingdom, plus hearty food favorites like Shepherd’s Pie, Scotch Eggs, and Bangers and Mash.
Try the Beef Guinness, tender beef tips marinated in Guinness Stout, simmered in a brown sauce with mushrooms, peas, carrots onions and green peppers, and served in your choice of a bread bowl or crock topped with mashed potatoes and cheddar cheese.
Enjoy lunch, dinner or late-night dining in a cozy, congenial atmosphere, or choose the sidewalk dining to “people watch” while sampling a variety of appetizers and traditional American and British comfort foods. The sidewalk tables serve as an ideal place to enjoy a pint and a meal al fresco—plus, your canine friends are welcomed.
The full menu is served until midnight, and the full bar, which offers an impressive array of imported beer, wine and liquor, is open daily, with Happy Hour Monday – Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. Stop by for a pint of Guinness, a glass of hard cider, an Irish coffee, many local craft beers or the best martini in Savannah.
Six Pence Pub was established in 1984 as Wally’s Sixpence Pub, by a British couple. In 1999, two guys with too much time on their hands purchased their favorite watering hole. The guys expanded the beer, wine and liquor selection and added a full menu of traditional English and American comfort foods. Today, the Six Pence Pub is often called the “Most Authentic English Pub in Georgia,” and recently voted the Best British Pub in Savannah.
Six Pence Pub has been featured in Southern Living magazine, served as a key location in the 1995 Julia Roberts movie “Something to Talk About” and remains a popular downtown Savannah hangout for locals and visitors alike. Look for the British flag flying out front and the iconic red telephone box on the sidewalk outside (ubiquitous in London from 1926 to 1985) and you’ll discover the best of England in Savannah.
Six Pence Pub
245 Bull St.
912.233.3156 · www.sixpencepub.com/Savannah
Full menu served until closing.
Open Sun-Thurs: 11am-11pm; Fri & Sat: 11am-midnight.
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