Have you ever been to an upscale restaurant where you got the feeling the entire staff do their damnedest to deliver a first-rate dining experience? We have found restaurants like that in St. Augustine (Llama, serving Peruvian cuisine on Anastasia Island, comes to mind), but Cellar 6 is not one of them. The setting on a narrow old street just off the plaza has a lot of charm. Horses pulling carriages occasionally clop by. As for the food, my caprese salad was delicious and beautiful. Ditto our steak and chicken entrees. The chef deserves high compliments. On the other hand, the front-line staff seemed to be just doing their jobs. Some drinking patrons were loudly toasting the restaurant's new owners and generally yucking it up -- as opposed to letting other patrons dine in peace. Our bill for two, with drinks and tip, was a little over $100. We might come back sometime, more likely not.
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