Pubs and Bars News
New Zealand restaurants and bars are looking to recruit restaurant workers from the UK, despite strong demand in the UK for quality hospitality staff.
Pub firm Enterprise Inns has welcomed the granting of Royal Assent yesterday to the Small Business Enterprise & Employment Bill, which paves the way for the future introduction of a Statutory Code and an independent adjudicator.
Chef Emily Scott, who used the run the Harbour restaurant in Port Isaac until she sold it to Nathan Outlaw in 2013, has taken on the St Tudy Inn in north Cornwall.
Eclectic Bar Group, which runs 20 bars under a variety of brands including the Lola Lo format, has reported "disappointing" trading at its newest openings, as it announced a review of its estate.
A new private members' club is set to launch in London's Devonshire Square in spring 2016, after it was given the green light by the City of London Corporation.
The joint chairman of the Tourism Council – set up nine months ago to provide a link between government and leaders of the hospitality industry – is calling on all political parties to support the continuation of the body following the forthcoming General Election.
Turnover and earnings at the City Pub Company have rocketed by 76% and 125% respectively in the past year, according to the company’s preliminary results, released today.
Founder of Indian-style restaurant group the Bombay Bicycle Club and cocktail bar the London Cocktail Club Sarah Willingham is to be a new “dragon” on the BBC show Dragons’ Den.
Nearly three quarters (73%) of UK businesses have taken steps to improve their service as a result of an online review, and 59% check their reviews “whenever a new one comes in”.
Hospitality businesses in South Yorkshire are expected to pledge hundreds of job opportunities today (Tuesday) as part of the latest Big Hospitality Conversation.
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