Six n Four
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|Monday||11:00 am - 11:00 pm|
|Tuesday||11:00 am - 11:00 pm|
|Wednesday||11:00 am - 11:00 pm|
|Thursday||11:00 am - 11:00 pm|
|Friday||11:00 am - 11:00 pm|
|Saturday||11:00 am - 11:00 pm|
|Sunday||2:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
At Six ‘n Four our mission is to inspire bold cultural connections through a fusion of food, music, history and the arts. Being Bahamian means many things to many people – from our distinct dialect and vocabulary to our unique history as the gateway to the new world – whatever your interpretation is, it is undeniable that a certain spirit existing within these 700 islands and cays that flows through all of us that proudly proclaim “it’s better in the Bahamas”.
One defining characteristic of a Bahamian is that while we love to travel and often temporarily assimilate to our surroundings, there is an internal compass which always seems to guide us back to home sweet home. This phenomenon is at the heart of the Six ‘n Four concept, which features chef-inspired recipes consisting of international favorites infused with local flare. Slow-simmered homemade sauces, fresh baked breads, exquisitely seasoned meats and creative flavor combinations make our offerings unique and a far cry from the items on a typical fast food menu.
As much as possible our products are sourced locally, firstly for optimal freshness, but equally as important because it is our stance that we have a responsibility to contribute to the local economy where we do business – we call this our belief in Community, and we measure our success against how we benefit this wider culture and economy.
More than a destination, Six ‘n Four is about our journey – a Bahamian cultural journey, undefined and unabashed. We identify with our roots within the African diaspora, celebrate the giants of our contemporary past and promote the advancement of all forms of cultural expression by the icons of the present.
We are a Bahamian family owned and operated establishment, claiming amongst our own Mr. Patrick Rahming, a legend in Bahamian music, poetry, and philosophy. Our name was born from the well-known chorus to his 1979 classic, Der Racetrack Song, which many Bahamians still affectionately (but mistakenly) call “Eight piece a Six ‘n Four”.