Restaurant Six & Bar is a new contemporary dining experience in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent, offering a relaxed atmosphere serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Below, Restaurant Six outlines just why you should go and visit them!
Our name connects the restaurant with its place and position within the city centre and is a symbol we are proud to be rooted in the unique make-up and traditions of the city. We are named after the six towns which make up the city of Stoke-on-Trent.
The theme of the six towns runs playfully throughout Restaurant Six’s food and beverage offering. The BLT sandwich is the Burslem, Longton, Tunstall; the Long Island Iced Tea is the Longton Iced Tea – you get the gist! Our heritage is in everything we do. Restaurant Six’s suppliers are local: Six Towns Gin is in a bottle the design of which replicates the brick bottle kilns that still dot the city’s landscape today. The restaurant’s design also incorporates our heritage; from the famous Spitfire design synonymous with the city to our ceramic lights, fixtures and fittings made by the internationally renowned Stoke-on Trent brand; Steelite.
Restaurant Six at Hilton Garden Inn Stoke-on-Trent is a perfect fit in the exciting new Smithfield area of the city centre, on the edge of the Cultural Quarter. Theatres, live music venues, contemporary art galleries and The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery (including the new immersive Spitfire aircraft extension) are a short stroll away.
Restaurant Six’s relaxed atmosphere combined with our location makes for the perfect go-to for guests and locals alike coming into the city centre to see their favourite band, plays, musicals and for a slice of culture, tradition and local history.
Serving classic a la carte dishes and indulgent delights – share great food in our restaurant or our outdoor terrace, enjoy drinks & cocktails in a contemporary, relaxed environment which celebrates a rich local heritage.