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30-Nov-2015 - The consumption of alcoholic beverages such as beer, cider and wine, at lunchtime is on the increase, according to a report by M&C Allegra Foodservice.
30-Nov-2015 - A Glasgow pub has become the first pub in Scotland to accept Scotcoin, a digital currency that aims to create a ‘self-sustaining economy’ that is ‘totally decentralised’.
30-Nov-2015 - The Government Health Select Committee has urged MPs to take action and introduce a sugar tax on soft drinks, although it has expressed concerns that the hospitality industry could ‘absorb’...
30-Nov-2015 - Basque restaurant Azurmendi Bilbao has announced plans to open an 'informal' restaurant and bar at One Aldwych Hotel in London.
30-Nov-2015 - Acclaimed chefs Jeff and Chris Galvin have announced the opening of their first foray in to the pub trade with the opening of ‘Pub de Luxe’ HOP in London’s Spitalfields...
30-Nov-2015 - BigHospitality monthly round-up of openings includes the highly anticipated German Gymnasium as well as a first solo venture for Jun Tanaka.
30-Nov-2015 - Hotel restaurants across the UK are expected to serve an average of 507 tonnes of turkey, 9.9 million chipolatas and 50 tonnes of stuffing to guests every day over the next...
30-Nov-2015 - Tom Beasley, founder and CEO of Wired Media gives advice to hoteliers looking to take control of the SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) for their websites.
27-Nov-2015 - What is good service? Restaurant, hotel and pub operators often talk about making it a key focus of the business and how it is integral to its success, but how...
27-Nov-2015 - Amaris Hospitality has re-branded two of its hotels to Accor’s Mercure collection as part of its drive to create a £2bn hotel group.
27-Nov-2015 - What were some of the top trending stories in hospitality this week? Here's our pick.
27-Nov-2015 - Ex-St John and Salt Yard chef Billy Stock is opening a new Soho fried chicken restaurant which claims to cook-up ‘the best chicken burger in the capital’.
27-Nov-2015 - Lilly Simpson, founder of The Detox Kitchen, has announced plans to open a new flagship deli in London’s Fitzrovia district on 4 January.
27-Nov-2015 - The boss of the Oakman Inns pub chain has criticised the Government’s planned apprenticeship levy as an ‘extreme irritation’ to businesses.
27-Nov-2015 - Christmas dinner bookings in pubs and restaurants have risen 202 per cent since 2012, according to research by Mitchells & Butlers, the company behind Toby Carvery, Harvesters and Sizzling Pubs.
27-Nov-2015 - Over the last few years David Kelman, executive head chef at Ellenborough Park hotel in Cheltenham has spent his spare time teaching secondary school pupils to cook and mentoring them...
26-Nov-2015 - The British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) is inviting publicans to enter the Licensee of the Year Awards 2016.
26-Nov-2015 - Snoozebox – the portable hotel company - has unveiled a new design which allows its rooms to be transformed in to a theatre, dining room or office.
26-Nov-2015 - London restaurateurs will be given the chance to open in the Waterloo railway arches made famous by street artist Banksy.
26-Nov-2015 - Further plans have been unveiled for Mill Farm Sports Village in Lancashire which will now include a sports bar, restaurant and café.
26-Nov-2015 - Hilton Worldwide has become the second major hotel company this week to admit to a security breach which allowed hackers to steal customers' credit card details.
26-Nov-2015 - London-based pop-up restaurant, Lucky Chip, is set for its first permanent site with the announcement that it will open the 70-cover Lucky Chip Burger & Wine on Dalston’s Ridley Road...
25-Nov-2015 - With our spotlight firmly on service and front of house we asked the finalists of the 2015 Gold Service Scholarship for their best tips for delivering great service.
25-Nov-2015 - Restaurants and hotels are set to cash in on this year’s Black Friday madness, with UK shoppers expected to spend £3.49bn over the four-day period.
25-Nov-2015 - The Autumn Statement brought good news for the hospitality sector with a slashing of business rates, but failed to mention a cut in tourism VAT.
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