I was surprised to find chicken & waffles on the menu at The Six. Tempting, but I was there for the Cheeseburger of course! I’d read about it in AAA’s WestWays Magazine. Yes, I read every issue in hopes to find some new CA place that might be worth trying & The Six happened to be local & the article bragged about the burger. I headed over for a very late lunch at about 3:45p.m. The Six is located on Ventura Boulevard in Studio City. It really is in the thick of it! Parking was fine when I was there, but I couldn’t imagine it at night when its busy. Be warned.
The space was small, but outfitted with recycled woods & up-cycled fixtures. It has a modern antique vibe. I sat outside. There is a beautiful large outdoor back patio area that was very nice. I could see enjoying a meal with a large group of friends in this area. For beverages, I went for their lemonade.
When I asked the server if it was Minute Maid, she shot me a look of death and said “Oh no, we make it here.” Good. I don’t want to pay $3 a glass for store bought shit. Usually I find lemonade to be too tart, but The Six’s lemonade was perfect.
The Cheeseburger was large and juicy. I enjoyed every last bite. The fries were crispy and came out in the fancy paper cone. I think that is just one way restaurants make it look like they are giving you a larger portion than they are. It was actually plenty given the size of the Cheeseburger.
I wish I would have tried out The Six during a busier time, because the service was a bit lax due to the simple fact that they were prepping for a dinner service that would start at 6:30p.m. They are closed from 4:30-6:30p.m. Now I also didn’t account for getting stuck in 5 o’clock traffic on my drive home, but so it goes. At least my belly was full, I had a smile on my face & the 25 Degrees Cheeseburger Date was now far behind me.
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