SIX Rooftop set to open in February

SIX Baltic, the rooftop restaurant at the top of Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, is set to undergo a stunning transformation before relaunching as SIX Rooftop in February.

The refurbishment promises an exciting new chapter for the venue, introducing a number of changes, including interiors designed by Julie Chambers.

The new interiors will include the introduction of wooden and marble-style furniture, to both elevate the aesthetic and improve sound absorption to create a more relaxing and intimate experience for guests.

A new bar area is also part of the plans, featuring reeded glass and a blend of stainless steel, marble and wood to create a comfortable space for guests.

The sky lounge, formally known as the viewing box, is also a major focus of the refurb. The refurb will introduce a dedicated space and menu for casual dining, with small and large plates complemented by contemporary furniture and lighting while guests enjoy some of the venue’s best views.

Meanwhile, the introduction of a Chef’s Table for a party of up to six will allow guests to revel in the goings-on in the kitchen – led by food director Greg Lambert.

Roy Ng, operations director at SIX, said: “We are thrilled to embark on this exciting refurbishment. This transformation will not only redefine our physical space, but also the experience that we offer, and we cannot wait to welcome guests.”

The grand reopening is scheduled for February 2024, coinciding with SIX’s 15th anniversary.

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