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Using its noodle: how Bone Daddies has survived and thrived

By QSR Automations

Bone Daddies head of operations Steve Hill kicks off a series of videos that will examine a restaurant brand's vision, values and culture, its journey through COVID-19 as well as its future strategy and growth plans.

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 Individual Restaurants announcing a clutch of closures, Mowgli confirming its London debut, and research showing that trading remains 'well below' pre-Covid levels.

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 Adam Handling announcing the closure of his eponymous Chelsea restaurant, Le Caprice reopening as a training academy, and JKS acquiring Arcade Food Theatre.

Covid-19 costs hospitality £100bn in sales

Covid costs hospitality £100bn in sales

By James McAllister

Hospitality businesses suffered a £100.2bn drop in sales from pre-pandemic levels in the 15 months since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the latest UKHospitality Quarterly Tracker with CGA reveals.

‘Freedom Day’ sees footfall boost for hospitality

‘Freedom Day’ sees footfall boost for hospitality

By James McAllister

The lifting of all Covid-19 trading restrictions in England on Monday 19 July saw a 'significant' boost in footfall for hospitality, according to the latest Presence data from Wireless Social.

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 the Government announcing plans for compulsory vaccine certificates, optimism for the managed sector as sales near 2019 levels, and Hawksmoor mulling an IPO.

Monopoly restaurant London The Top Hat

The Lowdown: The Top Hat

By Joe Lutrario

A Monopoly-inspired restaurant and cocktail bar is set to launch in London next month.