Katherine Price

Katherine Price

News editor

Katherine Price is news editor at The Caterer covering hotel, restaurant, pub, bar and foodservice news articles and analysis. She also looks after the breakfast briefing newsletter, book reviews and writes features.

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New Marylebone pub aims to support women in hospitality

11 November 2021 by

The team behind the Light bar in London’s Shoreditch has opened a pub called the Flowerhouse in Marylebone, which aims to support women in the hospitality industry.

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AGO Hotels hits 1,000 rooms as group expands beyond ex-Travelodge hotels

11 November 2021 by

AGO Hotels has signed three further hotels, taking it up to 14 locations and 1,000 rooms across the UK.

Gordon Ramsay to open Bread Street Kitchen at Liverpool One News

Gordon Ramsay to open Bread Street Kitchen at Liverpool One

10 November 2021 by

The latest opening in Gordon Ramsay’s brand expansion is the first Bread Street Kitchen outside of[...]

Wetherspoon sees sales uplift in large towns and cities News

Wetherspoon sees sales uplift in large towns and cities

10 November 2021 by

JD Wetherspoon has reported that, contrary to some forecasts – including its own – trade has[...]

Contract caterers' third-quarter sales up year-on-year, but significantly lag pre-Covid levels News

Contract caterers' third-quarter sales up year-on-year, but significantly lag pre-Covid levels

10 November 2021 by

Contract catering sales from July to September 2021 were up by 52% on the same three[...]

Gravetye Manor’s Andrew Thomason announces retirement News

Gravetye Manor’s Andrew Thomason announces retirement

10 November 2021 by

Andrew Thomason, managing director of Gravetye Manor in West Hoathly, has announced his retirement at the[...]

Shepherd Neame predicts supply chain challenges and inflation into 2022 News

Shepherd Neame predicts supply chain challenges and inflation into 2022

09 November 2021

Shepherd Neame, brewer, owner and operator of 310 pubs in Kent and the south-east, has said supply chain challenges and inflation costs will persist into 2022.

Tom Cenci appointed head of food for 26 Grains and Stoney Street News

Tom Cenci appointed head of food for 26 Grains and Stoney Street

08 November 2021

Chef Tom Cenci has been appointed head of food for both 26 Grains at Neal’s Yard in London’s Covent Garden and sister restaurant Stoney Street in Borough Market.

Mollie’s reveals plans for 100 sites over the next 10 years News

Mollie’s reveals plans for 100 sites over the next 10 years

08 November 2021 by

Motel and diner concept Mollie’s has enlisted Fleurets to help it achieve ambitious plans to expand[...]

UK hotel market sees highest levels of profitability since pandemic began News

UK hotel market sees highest levels of profitability since pandemic began

08 November 2021 by

The UK hotel market has seen September yield stronger results than expected with some hoteliers recording[...]

Daisy Green Collection to continue London expansion after smashing crowdfund target News

Daisy Green Collection to continue London expansion after smashing crowdfund target

08 November 2021 by

The Daisy Green Collection, which serves an all-day Aussie Brunch across its 11 London locations, raised[...]

Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels appoints group executive chef News

Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels appoints group executive chef

08 November 2021 by

Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels has appointed Ross Bootland as group executive chef to oversee the[...]

Rhubarb to expand to Berlin with Sony Center signing News

Rhubarb to expand to Berlin with Sony Center signing

08 November 2021

Event and fine dining caterer Rhubarb Hospitality Company (RHC) is expanding to Berlin having signed a space in the Sony Center at the city’s famous Potsdamer Platz.

Hospitality welcomes government decision to make listed companies publish net zero transition plans News

Hospitality welcomes government decision to make listed companies publish net zero transition plans

05 November 2021

Hospitality businesses have welcomed government plans to make listed companies publish net zero transition plans, announced by the chancellor earlier this week at COP26 in Glasgow.

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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