Six Nine Restaurant Brightens Culinary Scene in Frederiksted
In Saint Croix, Frederiksted has long taken a back seat to its sister city, Christiansted. This is especially true when it comes to fine dining. Whereas Christiansted eateries have been celebrated in the New York Times and Travel + Leisure in recent years, Frederiksted dining options have largely eluded the spotlight. Six Nine Restaurant, though, may be about to change things.
At least it looks the part, right?
Open-air. Soft lights. Six Nine oozes romance; like it’s pulled right from a fairytale.
Six Nine Restaurant opened in November 2020. I’ve been back home six times since then, but somehow haven’t managed to experience it yet. The Six Nine dinner menu suggests that I’m really missing out.
Options lean heavily toward local seafood, steaks, and homemade pastas. All of this, of course, works extremely well for me.
Specialty cocktail selections are fairly modest, but very interesting as well.
Jazz On The Pier, a mix of gin, St. Germain, crème de violette, citrus, and prosecco, would likely appeal to the wife. Thyme For Smiles – aged rum, Aperol, Luxardo Maraschino, and citrus two ways (I’m dying to know what that means) – is obviously right up my alley.
All of this, of course, has Six Nine Restaurant near the top of my dining wish list for my next visit home. If the wife happens to be tagging along, then Six Nine is definitely #1.
The place just looks too sweet for solo dining, don’t you think?
Have you had a chance to enjoy a night out at Six Nine? Got any tips or critiques? Let us know in the comments below…