Catering & Hospitality News
The duo behind Michelin-starred Pidgin in London’s Hackney have now opened what is thought to be the smallest wine bar in the area, just a short walk from the restaurant.
The winner of the £20,000 top prize in the inaugural Bespoke Access Awards, which aim to encourage beautiful as well as function-accessible bedrooms, has been won by a joint venture between two companies.
The Caterer has launched its Technology Prospectus for 2017, designed to guide operators through the software and systems that will help drive business in the coming year.
Readers of The Caterer can win one of 24 fantastic gifts throughout the month of December with our advent calendar competition 2016.
The Caterer has joined forces with construction industry analysts Barbour ABI to launch a new iPhone application designed to help hospitality operators and suppliers target potential new sites and sales leads.
The number of leisure tourists coming to the UK dropped by almost 400,000 in the first nine months of the year compared with last year, according to the first British Hospitality Association (BHA) travel monitor.
Entries are being sought for the 2017 British Travel & Hospitality Hall of Fame, organised by The Caterer together with its sister brand Travel Weekly.
Internationally renowned barman and mixologist Tony Conigliaro, who runs London cocktail bars 69 Colebrooke Row and Bar Termini, as well as the Drink Factory, is to launch his third bar concept in the capital.