Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Port Wentworth, Georgia, United States. Port Wentworth is a city in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. The population was 5,359 at the 2010 census, with an estimated population of 6,529 in 2013. It is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Port Wentworth
4 based on 289 reviews
Open for service AND DELIVERY Monday - Saturday starting at 11am and going until late night! An All-American Mess Hall on Forsyth Park. Burgers, Wings, Cheesesteaks, Tacos, Hot Pastrami, Chicken Sandwich, Fries, Chili!! Hand made too, not that frozen crap
We stop by for a beer and a burger itâs always great fresh food and service friendly staff and amazing food itâs our go too stop
4 based on 187 reviews
We had a very nice meal. NO wait at all, we were seated immediately upon entering the restaurant. I love English food and this was right up there as one the truly good foods. We had scotch eggs(yum) sausage rolls(we were surprised they were cut up) real English sausages though... For our meal we had fish and chips and they were great. Our waitress was very attentive and came to our table multiple times. Highly recommend if you love English, Scottlish food..
4 based on 655 reviews
This probably the only raw oyster bar in river front. The price of $18 a dozen seems not bad. I ordered both raw and steamed, of course raw taste far better than steam. You can order bucket at just $30, much better deal, if you can manage to open the oysters by yourself. The beer and cocktail is not bad ,,
4 based on 1063 reviews
Centrally located in the heart of Savannahâs Landmark Historic District, Churchillâs transforms an otherwise dated image of British cuisine and highlights the unique ingredients of coastal Georgia. Having worked together at the apex of dining in New York,
The most important thing to know about Churchill's Pub is that it is under new management, and the new owners/chef owner are some pretty serious restaurant folks. Their history includes, from NYC, Per Se, Le Bernardin, The Modern, Bar Boulud, and from California, The French Laundry. So, you have some pretty serious cooking happening here. The vibe is still relaxed, and the service very friendly, but much more efficient; you are very well attended to here. The room is rustic, but very charming, with pressed tin cielings, and an amazing mahogany bar about twenty feet long brought in from England. The drinks and beer selections are first class. Then, there is the amazing food. It rivals anything in any great city in the world, and surpasses anything local. It is very sophisticated, but friendly and accessible. You just cannot find this level of cooking elsewhere is Savannah. Amazing sound track.
4 based on 2287 reviews
The Six Pence Pub was established in the Historic District of Savannah Georgia at a site that had been a Pub for more than forty years. In Savannah, Wally's Sixpence was the place to meet and greet new and old friends, and just keep up with each other's l
Our dinner here was spectacular! From the atmosphere to the service. The food was exceeded our expectations. I had the pot roast and it was the best Iâve ever had. My mash potatoes were phenomenal. My fiancÃ© had the turkey Reuben and It was very good. Someone in our party had the French onion soup and it very yummy too. If you want a great dinner be sure to check this place out!
4 based on 2642 reviews
Good food, great service.I had sweet tea, crab-stuffed mushrooms and clam chowder.Tea was perfect. The stuffing was a stove-top texture, not my favorite but tasty. The chowder had more rosemary than I cared for, slightly overpowering.My meal was the salmon, rice and asparagus. Little unhappy with the size and firmness of the asparagus but the meal overall was good.My girl friend had alligator bites- very tasty! And the salad with fruit and chicken breast. Our server was attentive and the speed of service was excellent. From the order, appetizer delivery and arrival of the main course- simply excellent.
4 based on 1115 reviews
We were in Savannah for 2 nights and after eating the usual steaks & burgers for the past 10 days we thought we would try some typical pub grub.The four of us went in on the first night which was a Friday and a young lady served us who was very pleasant and attentive. Between us we had Shepherds Pie, Fish & Chips and Chicken Pot Pie which was all excellent.As we enjoyed the food so much and there was nice atmosphere we all agreed that we would go back for a second night. Oh what a mistake.We were served by a guy who took our drinks order then followed on with the food order. My wife decided to have something light so went for a Caesar Salad. Well it came out and consisted of some course outside greens with a sprinkling of Parmesan Cheese. My wife called the server back to ask if that was it and where were the Croutons on the menu, to which the reply was â yes but we havenât got any Croutonsâ.So we said âyou donât expect us to pay $9 for this do youâ Although there was no reply it was knocked off the bill.The first bill we got had two wines on it, one at $6 and one at $9 which we had consumed together with 3 coffees which we had not. We called the server across and pointed this out and we then got a new bill with the coffee knocked off but one wine had now increased to $12. As we were getting nowhere with the server I approached the bar and pointed out the bill discrepancies to the guy behind the bar who was most belligerent and offered no explanation. We felt they were trying to recoup the losses for the Caesar Salad. If you walk in and a young lady is the server then you have a good chance of good service and a good meal. If itâs a scruffy guy in a kilt, go elsewhere.Thanks for coming in and taking the time to leave a review. I'm sorry to hear about your second visit not being as good as your first. We strive for the best possible service and sounds like we dropped the ball here. I will be discussing this issue with my staff. Did you happen to ask for the manager? We definitely would have wanted to make things right for you. I hope you'll give us another chance down the road
4 based on 508 reviews
Love this place & will certainly be going back next time I am in Savannah. Amazing decor & wonderful service, I had the grilled cheese sandwich with Swiss, Gouda, Cheddar & cranberry jam paired with the roasted tomato & basil soup with Gouda cheese sauce, absolutely melt in your mouth delicious. I so highly recommend & cannot wait to try other dishes on their menu next time I am visiting. I had lunch with four friends & everyone thoroughly enjoyed their food.
4 based on 4234 reviews
Savannah's oldest restaurant and bar has been feeding hungry Savannahians and visitors for over 75 years! Your host, John Nichols is committed to providing you with a great meal, value for your dollar, efficient, friendly service and a good stiff drink! W
We were on a friends trip doing sightseeing in the south and we wanted to try southern food so we ordered: fried green tomatoes, large fries, cordon Blue, mussels diablo, crystal burger and a cup S.O.D.For drinks we ordered honey bees knees, bloody Maria and Hendricks.We all loved our meal, the drinks, the service and the place. We had a great time
4 based on 373 reviews
We stopped in for drinks following our dinner at the Olde Pink House. This place is very cool. It's in the basement level of the Olde Pink House and has very low ceilings, stone walls, etc. It feels like you're in on a great secret. There was live piano music and there were candles lit along the bar. It's dark and cozy and a great place to visit.
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