Ladies of Restaurants to take over vodka distillery

10 November 2017 by
Ladies of Restaurants to take over vodka distillery

Ladies of Restaurants (L.O.R), the London-based collective of women who work in hospitality, is to take over Our/London vodka distillery in east London for its second event later this month.

Following on from the inaugural event in May, L.O.R will offer 100 women from the restaurant industry their chance to ask questions of a panel of leading industry figures at the gathering on 29 November.

The panel will be hosted by L.O.R co-founder Natalia Ribbe-Szrok and will include Frances Cottrell-Duffield (Tonic PR & Communications), Evita Rasa (general manager, Pho), Scarlett Dixon (co-founder/chef, Crumble) and Natalia Chassay (co-founder, Placed).

Ladies of Restaurants was launched in 2016 to help women who work in hospitality meet other women for support, advice or glass of wine. The collective, which is run by Natalia Ribbe-Szrok (Eighty Six List), Grace Willis (Spring) and Libby Andrews (Pho) now has more than 500 members from all areas of the industry including front of house, back of house, marketing, PR and wine.

Tickets can be purchased for £20 and will include entry, food and vodka.

Pictured: Natalia Ribbe-Szrok, Grace Willis, Libby Andrews

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