Catering & Hospitality News
Men Behaving Badly star Neil Morrissey is to team up with pub company Punch Taverns to launch a new group of pubs across the UK focusing on real ale.
The British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) has revamped its annual Licensee of the Year Awards, including a brand new prize, nomination process and a new mystery customer visit as part of the judging process.
The Chancellor George Osborne has set out his plans for apprenticeships, business rates, and school meals in his latest Autumn Statement.
Pub firm and brewer Fuller, Smith and Turner has enjoyed a strong half-year to 26 September 2015, thanks in part to the effect of the Rugby World Cup.
A host of industry bodies, including the British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA), the Association for Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR), and the British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) has called on Chancellor George Osborne to secure “a fairer deal for pubs”.
Attentive service, the freedom to change dishes, and happy staff that know the menu well are the top three reasons European customers leave a tip in restaurants.
Pub giant Enterprise Inns has pointed to a "highly competitive" market as it unveiled modest increases in like-for-like growth and profit in 2015.
Hospitality operators in London are being advised by police to remain vigilant following the devastating terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday.
Celebrated restaurateur Jeremy King has urged hospitality operators to be “ruthless in the pursuit of excellence rather than in the pursuit of profit”.
Punch Taverns has partnered with fish and chips group Harry Ramsden’s as part of its on-going plans to improve its food and drink offer across its estate.
Marcus Brownlow has been appointed property director at bar and restaurant group Drake & Morgan, where he will drive the acquisition of new sites both in London and regionally in the newly-created role.