The Treehouse Bar, located on Fox Street in Preston city centre, has recently changed ownership and there are new plans in place for its future.Advertisement
The Bar first opened in November 2013 as a classy cocktail bar.
However Sean Hinde, who became the owner a month ago, has a brand new vision for the venue.
The new bar, renamed as ‘Voodoo’, will be a tiki-style cocktail bar featuring contemporary and fresh interior such as booths, blossom trees and graffiti art.
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Sean Hinde has an impressive background in transforming bars and restaurants into current, popular places, including the Olive Tree and Review bar.
Sean said: “It’s a totally different vibe to the previous Treehouse Bar.
“The bar is located on Fox Street with other quirky bars such as Cuckoo and Beachcomber, and we wanted to add to the street.
“The new bar helps to make this end of town alive, and with 1842 bar just down the road, it’s becoming a hot area in the city centre.
“We have had our very own graffiti artist working with us and the wall art they have produced is amazing.
“Voodoo is something different.”
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Voodoo will be open on Wednesday’s, Friday’s, and Saturdays with a potential night on Thursday’s to cater for students.
The bar’s opening times are yet to be confirmed, but the bar is licensed until 2am.
Voodoo’s opening night is on 20th October and it will officially open for business from 21st October.
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