Six Pence Pub
993 Market St, Fort Mill, SC 29708
Bike Parking: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Good For Groups: Yes
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01/01/2011Provided by Citysearch -
We ordered the Onion Soup, it was so salty we couldn't eat it. We ordered Prime Rib, collard greens and potatoes. Could not eat the greens or the potatoes. They were also so salty they were inedible. This is the judgment of people who like salt and use it all the time. I can't imagine that anyone tasted these items before they were served to us.
This was so unpleasant. We will not be going back.
02/27/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Do not go to 6 Pence Pub in Baxter Village. I had the unique privilege of being expelled from the establishment because one of their drunk regulars was offended by my presence despite the fact that as a 5'4"" guy, I had no intention of starting a physical altercation with a 6'2"" d-bag. I have never in my life sought a physical altercation with anyone, yet they allowed this belligerent drunk to run the show. I question their managerial judgment and choose to take my business elsewhere.
05/19/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I was highly impressed with the size and quality of the rooftop patio at Six Pence. Patrons will take an elevator from the floor below up to a large open air patio with private bar and several tables, each with it's own umbrella. The rooftop bar is the perfect place to sit back and enjoy the summer breeze while looking over the quaint Baxter Village community. Check it out!
To me, birthday dinners have always meant family, fun and great food. My birthday was last week and I chose to have my celebration at Six Pence Pub in Baxter Village. Upon entering, all 7 of us were pleased with the appearance (layout, decor, cleanliness) and happily anticipated a great meal. Unfortunately, once our meal was served, we discovered that appearance doesn't necessarily equate to good food. The roast beef and pork roast were dry and tuff; the pork chops were extremely salty; the mashed potatoes had no taste, making us think they used boxed, instant potatoes instead of fresh peeled potatoes; the gravey tasted like it came from a can, it certainly wasn't homemade; vegetables were overcooked mushy; instead of a bun, the chicken sandwich was served between 2 slices of bread and the turkey club was served on cold, dry, wheat bread rather than toasted white bread, as I prefer. Keep in mind that the waitress never asked what type of bread or roll we wanted our sandwiches served on and in the excitment of conversation we failed to ask. Out of everything that we ordered, the only good thing were the french fries.
The portions were small and the meals overpriced. We were there on a Sunday afternoon and it wasn't crowded so there was no excuse for any of it. Our meals were so bad that we didn't want to take a chance on dessert so we went elsewhere for that. If they want to stay in business they would be wise to hire a new chef and perhaps experienced wait staff.