A look at the latest restaurants, hotels, pubs and bars to open their doors
Moët & Chandon Champagne bar
The Hythe Imperial hotel in Hythe, Kent, has opened a Moët & Chandon Champagne bar. The bar, which has sea views, is one of the latest developments at the independent four-AA-star hotel, which has been going through a multi-million pound refurbishment programme. Among the developments are the launch of the hotel's revamped ballroom, the Belcourt presidential suite and the Holy Pundit, a restaurant offering fusion Indian cuisine. An outlet of florist James Bernard will open at the hotel later this month.
The hotel's Coast restaurant has recently won its first AA rosette, following the appointment eight months ago of head chef John Bingley, who has revamped the menu and put a focus on local produce.
Opened 5 August
Chairman Darrell Healy
Hotel general manager Denise Vas
Design Jade Clark
Head chef John Bingley
Typical dishes and drinks British-style tapas; Moët & Chandon Champagne; and local Chapel Down beers
Pennyhill Park has reopened the Brasserie following a refurbishment. The restaurant is designed in soft blue and neutral tones, black steel and weathered timbers, with cream china petal pendant lights.
Hotel general manager Julian Tomlin
Head chef Roman Zalaba
Typical dishes Cod with green pea and mint purée; and globe artichoke with quinoa and wild rice
Brighton Harbour hotel
Harbour hotels has opened its latest luxury hotel and Jetty restaurant minutes from Brighton Pier. The HarBar serves cocktails, wines and microbrewery beers alongside Jetty bites and sharing platters, while the restaurant offers sweeping seafront views.
General manager Alan Petrie
Head chef Lee Redman
The Coach House
The Coach House hotel and restaurant in Northumberland has opened after major refurbishment works on the Grade II-listed coach house. The property, which was built in 1870, is set within a deer park and woodland area, part of the Otterburn Hall estate.
Owner Julie Blackie
General manager Laura Kennedy
Head chef David Hadfield
The team behind Blanchette Soho have opened Blanchette East on Brick Lane. The menu incorporates southern French and north African influences, while the interiors take inspiration from the Parisian Belle Époque era.
Owners Maxime, Yannis and Malik Alary
Executive chef Tam Storrar
Typical dishes Crispy frog's legs; cheese beignets; and roast poussin with tarragon
Le Pont de la Tour Kiosk
Le Pont de la Tour has relaunched its kiosk, a small store serving takeaway options down the road from its French restaurant and bar. The colourful redesign reflects the healthy new menu offering of breakfast, lunch and crêpes.
Food store and kiosk manager Lorena Ventola
Restaurant manager Ricardo Mimoso
Typical dishes Cold-pressed juices; spinach, feta and olive crêpes; and goats' cheese, bacon and mushroom crêpes
The Ritz Green Park suite
Bedrooms Two to three
Starting room rate £4,000
Hotel general manager Sal Gowili