Why restaurants and pubs need back of house technology to help with pandemic

Why back of house should be front of mind

With so many systems and solutions available to help restaurants navigate the current pandemic, increase efficiencies and open up new revenue streams, never has back of house tech been so important.

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Lavazza, your business partner and more

Lavazza’s rich heritage and reputation for innovation enables it help restaurants of all shapes and sizes deliver the best possible coffee experience.

Friday Five: the week's top news

Friday Five: the week's top news

A round-up some of the main hospitality news stories from the past week including Caffè Nero becoming the latest operator to explore a CVA and Henry Harris leaving Harcourt Inns.

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The 2020 top trends for UK hospitality

The UK’s hospitality industry has been through a turbulent year, and everyone reading this article is probably fed up with the ‘c-word’ by now. Nevertheless, the industry rolls on, and as we head into the winter months and New Year, we don’t really know...

Busaba CVA approved

Busaba CVA approved

Busaba Eathai’s Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) has been approved, with an 81% majority of creditors backing the proposals.

Theo, Luke and Nathaniel Selby at Evelyn's Table

Band of brothers: The Selby trio on Evelyn’s Table

Hotly-tipped former Hide head chef Luke Selby and his younger brothers Theo and Nathaniel are confounding expectations by taking over the tiny counter restaurant beneath Layo and Zoë Paskin’s Soho pub The Blue Posts

Pâtissier Alix Andre and restauranteur Ellen Chew’s Arôme bakery to go permanent in Covent Garden

Arôme to go permanent in Covent Garden

Singaporean restaurateur Ellen Chew is to partner with pâtissier Alix Andre to launch a permanent site for Asian-influenced bakery concept Arôme at The Yards in London's Covent Garden next month.

Caffè Nero considers CVA

Caffè Nero eyes CVA

Caffè Nero has become the latest high street operator to explore a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) to help it emerge from the pandemic.

Restaurants and chefs Tom Kerridge Elizabeth Haigh McDonald's rally behind Marcus Rashford free school meals half term campaign

Restaurants rally behind Rashford campaign

Restaurateurs and operators from across the hospitality sector have rallied behind footballer Marcus Rashford's campaign to provide free meals to vulnerable children in England over the October half term.

Flash-grilled with Crispin restaurant Spitalfields head chef Naz Hassan

Flash-grilled: Naz Hassan

Naz Hassan is head chef at Crispin, an all-day restaurant in London's Spitalfields area that serves an eclectic small plates menu of Italian-focused dishes, alongside speciality coffee and low-intervention wines.




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