Catering & Hospitality News
Oakman Inns and Restaurants, which operates 17 pubs across England, will be holding a 72-hour #EatforItaly fundraiser on 30 August – 1 September to raise money for the victims of the Amatrice earthquake in Italy.
L'Enclume has taken the top spot in the Waitrose Good Food Guide for a fourth year running while Nathan Outlaw's eponymous restaurant in Port Isaac, Cornwall, moved to second place with a score of 10/10.
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Britons spent more on eating out in July this year than in the same period the year before, despite expressing fears that they would be worse off next year.
Suffolk-based hospitality company the Chestnut Group plans to expand to 10 sites in East Anglia by the end of 2018 after completing a £2.5m capital-raising initiative.
Former Geronimo Inns managing director Ed Turner and his wife Buffy have launched a pub in Salisbury and are in talks about a second site.
It’s five years since Mark Sargeant launched Rocksalt and the Smokehouse in Folkestone, and now he’s setting his sights on expanding his Kentish empire. He talks about taking a step back from the kitchen
Hedayat Hashtroudi, the registered director of Alcatrazgroup in Bournemouth - a company that traded in pubs and restaurants around Hampshire - has been disqualified from acting as a company director for five years.
Pub giant Enterprise Inns has reported a positive trading performance update in the third quarter of 2016, with all aspects of its strategic plan apparently “on track”.
Consumers blame low supermarket prices and high rents and wholesale beer prices charged by pub-owning property companies for pub closures.