The application was unanimously approved at a Planning Environment & Ameneties Committee meeting on 25th February.
Proprietor Santiago Pablo must now obtain a trading licence from South Gloucestershire Council (SGC) and an application is due to be heard by the SGC Licensing Sub-Committee on 7th April.
Mr Pablo says he could begin trading as early as Thursday 9th April and plans to celebrate the new opening with the introduction of a Mexican-themed menu.
The Town Council also agreed to offer the remaining nights of the week at Baileys Court to another interested trader.
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