Six Degrees of Separation on Cheltenham’s Regent Street is to rebrand this weekend as Twisted 6.
Launching on Saturday 30 June 2018, Twisted 6 will continue to be a late-night cocktail bar, following in the steps of its predecessor, but aims to create a brand new gin and cocktail menu.
The bar, which was previously run by the team behind Thirteen Degrees nightclub has now been taken over by Nick and Jan Yost, a husband and wife team from Cheltenham.
Speaking to SoGlos, Twisted 6’s director Nick Yost said: ‘We intend to continue to be a late-night cocktail bar, following the previous owners great work, providing great cocktails, a great atmosphere and of course great service.
‘We have already built some great relationships with local business to try to provide some mutual support, including The Cheeseworks and Fat Toni’s Pizzeria.’
Twisted 6 is hosting its launch party on Saturday 30 June 2018.
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