hospitality news

News |  People & Places

Trade reacts to nationwide 10pm curfew

As the hospitality industry readies for Thursday's curfew in the wake of Boris Johnson's announcement, that will also include implementing table service by law, London's on-trade voice their concerns.

News |  People & Places

Nationwide 10pm curfew to be imposed for England's hospitality venues as of Thursday

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to announce a 10pm curfew for all restaurants, pubs and bars in England.

News |  Wine

Black Book announces events to mark Black History Month

This October, the platform which supports Black and non-white persons working in hospitality media will be hosting weekly events focusing on the food and drinks world.

News |  People & Places

New programme launched to help Glasgow's hospitality and tourism industries

Industry group Experience Glasgow is set to launch The Glasgow Talent Programme, a range of initiatives to support the city’s hospitality and tourism industries.

News |  Spirits & Cocktails

Safety measures will be key to driving business this Christmas, research reveals

Christmas isn't cancelled – but new CGA research confirms that safety is consumers' top priority for on-trade visits this holiday season.

News |  People & Places

Gearoid Devaney MS and Xavier Rousset MS' new wine bar The Black Book to launch this week

The Black Book is set to open its doors in London's Soho on 10 September, under the watchful eye of hospitality veterans Gearoid Devaney MS and Xavier Rousset MS.

News |  People & Places

London's hospitality businesses at risk from lack of tourists and office workers

A call for a campaign to support the capital's hospitality and tourism businesses has been made by over 90 business leaders and UKHospitality.

News |  People & Places

BAME diversity drive and 1,000 more jobs are focus of Greene King's new five-year commitment

The pub company has established a new five-year agreement with partner The Prince's Trust, pledging to create more jobs for young people from BAME backgrounds.

Podcasts

SipAdvisor: Listen to our first Imbibe podcast

SipAdvisor by Imbibe is our new monthly podcast and our first episode features all-star line-up: the Artesian’s Anna Sebastian; sommelier Jan Konetzki; beer writer Pete Brown; Club Soda’s Laura Willoughby, and ciderologist Gabe Cook.

SipAdvisor special: Natural wine podcast

Following the announcement earlier this year that ‘natural wine’ has been legally recognised in France as Vin méthode nature, our first  podcast special edition is entirely dedicated to the subject.

SipAdvisor: Episode 2

In the second episode of our podcast, we look at what re-opening might look like for the UK’s pubs bars and restaurants – including an interview with on-trade marketing legend Mark McCullough about the 100 Day Playbook, a muse on PPE for hospitality staff, all accompanied by a glass of English fizz for English Wine Week.

SipAdvisor: How to tackle no shows

SipAdvisor by Imbibe is our monthly podcast. In this third episode, we remember some of the venues that have had to close during the Covid-19 crisis before taking a closer look at the problem of no shows

News |  Spirits & Cocktails

Safety measures will be key to driving business this Christmas, research reveals

Christmas isn't cancelled – but new CGA research confirms that safety is consumers' top priority for on-trade visits this holiday season.

News |  People & Places

Gearoid Devaney MS and Xavier Rousset MS' new wine bar The Black Book to launch this week

The Black Book is set to open its doors in London's Soho on 10 September, under the watchful eye of hospitality veterans Gearoid Devaney MS and Xavier Rousset MS.

News |  People & Places

London's hospitality businesses at risk from lack of tourists and office workers

A call for a campaign to support the capital's hospitality and tourism businesses has been made by over 90 business leaders and UKHospitality.

News |  People & Places

BAME diversity drive and 1,000 more jobs are focus of Greene King's new five-year commitment

The pub company has established a new five-year agreement with partner The Prince's Trust, pledging to create more jobs for young people from BAME backgrounds.

News |  People & Places

Hallgarten & Novum Wines to donate 100,000 glasses of wine to on-trade hospitality

As the end of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme approaches, the specialist wine importer and its producer partners will be supporting the hospitality industry with its scheme during the month of September.

News |  People & Places

Best Bar None accreditation scheme to expand to Central Bedfordshire

The rigorous scheme, supported by the Home Office, assesses operational standards, policies and procedures, as well as education and training of staff.

News |  People & Places

Trade associations dispute speculations that pubs would have to close again

Trade associations reacted to claims that pubs in England may need to close again to allow schools to reopen in September, calling for more clarity on the matter and warning the government on its potentially devastating consequences.

News |  People & Places

Majority of hospitality businesses join Eat Out to Help Out scheme

According to a survey conducted by trade body UKHospitality, the majority of Britain’s hospitality businesses are joining the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

News |  People & Places

Hallgarten & Novum Wines to donate 100,000 glasses of wine to on-trade hospitality

As the end of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme approaches, the specialist wine importer and its producer partners will be supporting the hospitality industry with its scheme during the month of September.

News |  People & Places

Best Bar None accreditation scheme to expand to Central Bedfordshire

The rigorous scheme, supported by the Home Office, assesses operational standards, policies and procedures, as well as education and training of staff.

News |  People & Places

Trade associations dispute speculations that pubs would have to close again

Trade associations reacted to claims that pubs in England may need to close again to allow schools to reopen in September, calling for more clarity on the matter and warning the government on its potentially devastating consequences.

News |  People & Places

Majority of hospitality businesses join Eat Out to Help Out scheme

According to a survey conducted by trade body UKHospitality, the majority of Britain’s hospitality businesses are joining the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.