The founder of cake shop and cafe Bea’s of Bloomsbury and now owner of US-inspired restaurant group Soul Food Enterprises launched her latest venture Butterscotch Bakery last year. Next month she will open Butterscotch Tea Room, a more afternoon tea focused...
London hotels are increasingly coming up with more elaborate and creative afternoon tea offerings as standards improve and competition increases, say experts at the start of Afternoon Tea Week (8-14 August).
Playful, creative, child-friendly, traditional or gin-fuelled - there's a tea for every style of hospitality business in these afternoon tea choices, selected in honour of Afternoon Tea Week 2016 (8-14 August).
Food and beverage (F&B) remains a tricky area for hotels to manage and make profitable, but can work if operators are prepared to give it a greater focus and be flexible in their approach independent hoteliers have agreed.
Hospitality students at The Edge School in Essex will be learning how to serve afternoon tea from the industry's best after spending time in the kitchens and lounges of luxury London Hotels The Dorchester, The Ritz and Brown's.
In this special edition of Ideas from you Peers, hotels, restaurants and bars including the Waldorf Hilton, Vinopolis, the RIBA and the Chophouse brasserie, tell BigHospitality what they're doing to attract more customers this weekend.
Restaurants, pubs and hotels - including Barceló Imperial, The Draft House, Prism Brasserie and Gilpin Hotel - tell BigHospitality about new products, special events and promotions they're running to attract more customers.
Restaurants, hotels and bars from across the UK including Kettner’s, Park Plaza, Kumo and The Chester Grosvenor tell BigHospitality about special events and promotions they’re running to attract more customers.
Restaurants, hotels and pubs, including London Hilton Hotel and Park Terrace restaurant, tell us about the extra activities they're planning to make their businesses more appealing during the Wimbledon championships