Catering & Hospitality News
Hawksmoor and Foxlow co-founder Will Beckett has urged his fellow restaurateurs to "be transparent" with customers over service charges and tipping, after two weeks of "really damaging" publicity for the sector.
The Original Bowling Company has invested £750,000 in the refurbishment of its Hollywood Bowl Centre in Crawley Leisure Park, complete with a new ‘Hollywood Diner’ restaurant concept and bar.
The Freemasons at Wiswell pub in Lancashire has claimed the top spot on the Waitrose Top 50 Pubs list, as part of its Good Food Guide 2016, published today.
With the restaurant industry still reeling from the negative publicity over the past seven days directed at the likes of Cote, Las Iguanas, Turtle Bay, and now Bill's, Peter Davies, employment tax director at accountancy, tax and corporate finance firm WMT has come up with a list of seven ways to ensure that your business is running an "ethical" tronc system.
The Richmond hotel Liverpool and Know Hospitality have launched a new training academy to encourage 16- to 18-year-olds to join the hospitality industry.
The Woolpack pub in Louth, Lincolnshire has had a £150,000 refurbishment from country brewers Batemans as part of the first “manchise” agreement – a cross between a managed and tenanted pub.
London south Kensington pub the Hour Glass is to re-open following a revamp from chef and cookery writer Luke Mackay and his business partner David Turcan.
Business secretary Sajid Javid MP has waded in on the Côte tipping and service charge controversy, saying that he did not believe the system was fair, and would be looking more closely at the issue.