The team behind Six by Nico restaurant group has confirmed Friday, April 21 as the opening date for a brand new Beat 6 restaurant in Bearsden. It is said that one in two people will get cancer in their lifetime in the UK. The restaurant supports a local cancer charity that believes no one should face cancer on their own.
Beat 6, which is located at 149 Milngavie Road in Bearsden, offers a tasty combination of unique food and a clean conscience. What is more, 100% of the restaurant’s profits will go straight to Beatson Cancer Charity, which provides aid to cancer patients and their families who are being treated at the Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre.
Beat 6 will invite customers to ‘Dine to Donate‘ and will offer a monthly rotating four-course set menu that will provide guests with an immersive dining experience that is set to stand out. The restaurant seats 48 people, and boasts a charming private dining space for events and fundraising dinners.
Six by Nico, who also recently opened a new West End location, have raised over £350,000 for Beatson Cancer Charity with the help of generous diner through a series of team events across their eleven locations in England, Scotland and Ireland. The groups partnership began in 2021, with 100% of the proceeds from the Beat 6 brand being donated to Beatson Cancer Charity.
Martin Cawley, CEO of Beatson Cancer Charity, said: “We are so grateful to Nico Simeone and his fantastic team who have already raised an outstanding £350,000 for our charity following the success of the Beat 6 restaurant in the east end of Glasgow. The money raised through Beat 6 allows us to support so many cancer patients and their families across the west of Scotland.”
“We are delighted about their decision to reopen Beat6 in Bearsden, bringing their unique concept to the hometown of Nico and his wife Valentina. The response during the restaurant’s first year of being open was exceptional and we are looking forward to seeing how the Bearsden community supports the restaurant when it opens in April.”