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Back to business: how to reopen on the front foot

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Back to business: how to reopen on the front foot

By BigHospitality

As restaurants and pubs begin to wake from enforced hibernation, here’s some things businesses should consider to help them get back to business

Friday five: the week's top news stories in hospitality

Friday five: the week's top news stories

By BigHospitality

This week's most-read stories include the launch of Harrods Social by Jason Atherton, Byron's owner snapping up Mother Clucker, chef Chet Sharma opening JKS-backed Bibi in Mayfair, and the failed challenge to the Government's decision...

Blended whiskies, umami-packed gin, flavoured rums, creative mixers and tonics and highly drinkable beers

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Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By BigHospitality

Blended whiskies, an umami-packed gin, flavoured rums, creative mixers and tonics and highly drinkable beers make up this month's must-have list of drinks launches.

How I got here: Andrew Macleod founder Emilia’s Crafted Pasta

How I got here: Andrew Macleod

By James McAllister

The founder and managing director of Emilia’s Crafted Pasta on having to work smarter, the joys of cold water swimming and why the Swiss have the right attitude towards a career in hospitality.

Friday Five: the week's top news

Friday Five: the week's top news

By James McAllister

This week's main hospitality news stories include Russell Norman's new restaurant announcement, Karen Jones joining Deliveroo, and The Cinnamon Club paying tribute to 'hero' waiter Folajimi Olubunmi-Adewole.

Coronavirus pandemic wipes out £80.8bn of sales in hospitality over 12 months

Pandemic wipes out £80.8bn of sales in hospitality

By James McAllister

The Covid-19 pandemic has wiped a staggering £80.8bn off hospitality’s sales in just 12 months, the latest edition of the UKHospitality Quarterly Tracker with CGA reveals.

The Garden outdoor restaurant Corinthia London

Latest opening: The Garden

By Joe Lutrario

André Garrett’s outdoor dining space at Westminster’s Corinthia London has returned, serving up a summery menu in comfortable and - crucially - warm surroundings.

Reduction of EU workers puts squeeze on hospitality

Reduction of EU workers puts squeeze on hospitality

By James McAllister

The impact of the pandemic and post-Brexit immigration systems has led to a 'significant reduction' in EU nationals working in the hospitality sector, research from Fourth reveals.

The Palmerston restaurant to open in Edinburgh from former The Harwood Arms general manager James Snowdon and Spring chef Lloyd Morse

The Palmerston to open in Edinburgh

By James McAllister

Former The Harwood Arms general manager James Snowdon and Spring chef Lloyd Morse have joined forces to launch neighbourhood-style restaurant The Palmerston in Edinburgh's West End.

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