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What does a 2017 general election mean for hospitality?

18-Apr-2017 - The hospitality industry has welcomed the announcement of a general election on 8 June as a chance to challenge politicians on the issues facing restaurants, hotels and pubs.

Bourgee steak and lobster to open first site outside Essex

18-Apr-2017 - Steak and lobster group Bourgee is to open its third restaurant, in Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk, as part of its plans to become a 'household, nationwide name'. 

Ladies of Restaurants to host London debate

18-Apr-2017 - Women working in hospitality are being invited to attend a London talk with top industry professionals this spring.

Martin Chiffers on why “pastry chefs must do sugar art"

13-Apr-2017 - Martin Chiffers, pastry chef and former president of international Pastry Team UK, co-judged the 2017 UK Sugar Championships last week. We caught up with him to talk key skills, and keeping the art of sugar alive

Third Back To The Floor event raises £92k for Hospitality Action

10-Apr-2017 - Industry charity Hospitality Action has raised £92,000 in its third annual Back to The Floor event.

Mark and Shauna Froydenlund on taking the reins at Marcus at The Berkeley

07-Apr-2017 - The husband and wife team have become joint chef-patrons and partners at Marcus Wareing’s eponymous restaurant at The Berkeley Hotel.

Craft Guild launches Young National Chef of the Year 2018

04-Apr-2017 - The Craft Guild of Chefs has launched its annual search for the Young National Chef of the Year (YNCOTY) 2018.

D&D London's South Place Hotel sold

03-Apr-2017 - South Place Hotel, which is operated by D&D London, has been sold to an international investor.

Friday Five: The week's top news

31-Mar-2017 - We round-up some of the top stories in hospitality you might have missed this week.

Henry Harris overseeing launch of Bower House

27-Mar-2017 - Former Racine chef Henry Harris is overseeing the launch of a new British restaurant with rooms opening in the Cotswolds next month.

Friday Five: The week's top news

24-Mar-2017 - We round-up some of the top stories in hospitality you might have missed this week.

Pentahotels appoints first executive chef

24-Mar-2017 - British chef John King has been appointed as the first executive chef of the German Pentahotels chain.

The TMRW Project to host Women in Hospitality event

23-Mar-2017 - Does the hospitality industry need more female-focused awards, such as Best Female Chef?

English wine sommelier says Sussex is better than Champagne

21-Mar-2017 - A sommelier specialising in English wine has said that sparkling wine from England easily rivals traditional Champagne from France.

Chef Mark Jordan to leave The Atlantic Hotel

21-Mar-2017 - Mark Jordan is to step down as executive head chef at The Atlantic Hotel in Jersey after 13 years.

Nigel Stowe to head up Ten Trinity Square private club

21-Mar-2017 - Nigel Stowe has been appointed general manager of the upcoming Ten Trinity Square Private Club in London.

Hutson looking at two new Pigs in 2018

20-Mar-2017 - Hotel du Vin founder Robin Hutson is looking to open two more The Pig sites in Sussex and Kent in 2018, which would bring the restaurant-with-rooms concept to seven, reports our sister publication MCA . 

Friday Five: The week's top news

17-Mar-2017 - We round-up some of the top stories in hospitality you might have missed this week.

“Women paid more” hospitality stats don’t apply to restaurants or pubs

17-Mar-2017 - Statistics showing that women earn more than men in hospitality do not apply to restaurants or pubs.

Gary Neville to rethink Manchester hotel development

17-Mar-2017 - Gary Neville has rubbished rumours that plans for his controversial hotel and restaurant development in Manchester have been scrapped.

Palé Hall wins Wales’ first five AA star rating in a decade

17-Mar-2017 - Palé Hall, the hotel and restaurant advised by former Michelin-starred chef Michael Caines, has become the first in North Wales to receive a five star AA rating.

Uncertain future for hospitality industry's EU staff

14-Mar-2017 - EU nationals working in the UK’s restaurants, pubs and hotels have been thrown in to limbo after MPs passed the Brexit bill on Monday, leaving the government free to kick start the process of the UK leaving the EU.

Rise in EU citizens applying for hospitality jobs since Brexit

13-Mar-2017 - The number of EU nationals seeking hospitality work in London has risen slightly since the Brexit vote, new data shows

Stanbrook Abbey sold to Hand Picked Hotels

13-Mar-2017 - Stanbrook Abbey, the former monastery turned hotel and fine dining restaurant, has been sold to Hand Picked Hotels for an undisclosed sum.

What does the Spring Budget mean for hospitality?

08-Mar-2017 - Chancellor Philip Hammond offered an olive branch to pubs facing rising business rates in today’s budget, but raised the price of a pint of beer for the first time in five years.