Catering & Hospitality News
The owners of the Lock Tavern in Camden have applied for planning permission to bring a former art auctioneers in Manchester back into use with the opening of a restaurant and music venue sporting a rooftop bar, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Ashley Dawes, the talent behind Roofnic, is set to launch Notch on the rooftop of London’s Marriott Park Lane hotel.
Britain’s seaside resorts are set for a welcomed financial boost this Bank Holiday weekend with Pembrokeshire coastal town Tenby expected to benefit the most, according to a report from payment processing company Worldpay.
Pubs screening the football this summer could be in for a bumper June – especially those that can stoke the national sporting fervour by creating the right atmosphere.
The Bloomsbury hotel will mark a new chapter next month with the opening of the Bloomsbury Club Bar, touting literary-inspired cocktails and light food in a “moody, seductive and atmospheric” setting.
Suffolk-based hospitality firm the Chestnut Group has appointed Dan Grigg to the newly created position of group executive head chef as it embarks on a capital-raising initiative to fund further expansion.
Better managing customer feedback in the hospitality industry could add £3.2b to the economy over the next decade, according to a new report.
Six in 10 GPs dispute the Chief Medical Officer’s (CMO) statement that there is no safe level of alcohol consumption, according to a poll of more than 1,000 doctors conducted for Camra.
Craft beer brewer Wild Beer Co is the latest firm to join independent food and drink operators landing sites at Bristol’s new Wapping Wharf development.
Pub and restaurant business Mitchells & Butlers is embarking on a fundamental overhaul of its estate, which will see the expansion of its Miller & Carter steakhouse brand and a reduction in the number of Harvester mid-market restaurants.
Young & Co’s Brewery has reported a pre-tax profits slip of 7.8%, down from £36.1m in 2015 to £33.3m in the year to 28 March, while operating profits slid to £38.9m, down 6.3% on last year’s £41.5m.
A fall in pub sales resulted in an overall decline of 0.8% in the casual eating out market during April, according to the Coffer Peach Business Tracker.
Great British Menu regional winner Emily Watkins and Tremayne Carew Pole, publisher of A Hedonist’s Guide To… are joining forces to launch a foodie destination pub