While London restaurants remain shuttered, we’ve rounded up 10 new openings we’re looking forward to this year, from seafood sanctum Manzi’s to the Batman-themed Park Row.
Alcohol-free beer brand Lucky Saint is opening a central London pub
Alcohol-free beer producer Lucky Saint has announced that it will open a central London pub that will also act as a ‘brand home’, with an opening date anticipated in early March.
Should you tip a robot bartender?
It is well documented that many hospitality workers rely on tips to supplement their wages. But if your bartender happens to be a robot, where exactly is your tip going?
Internet blasts Gordon Ramsay over £8 chips at London restaurant
He may be one of the most well-known chefs in the world, but Gordon Ramsay isn’t immune to criticism, particularly when it comes to prices. And customers left reviews blasting the £8 fries at Ramsay’s Savoy Grill restaurant in Central London.
This world map shows you how much to tip in every country
Ever wondered if you’re getting the whole ‘tipping’ thing completely wrong while on holiday? This world map will set you straight, no matter where you happen to be.
Pubs set to be permitted to stay open late for King Charles’ coronation
Pubs, clubs and bars are expected to be permitted to stay open later than usual to celebrate the coronation of King Charles on 6 May 2023.
These are the top 10 trending cocktails for 2022, according to Google
Google has released its Year in Search compendium for 2022, including data that shows the ten highest-trending cocktails for 2022. Seasonal favourites dominate the list, and there’s a new cocktail in the number one spot.
Berry Bros. & Rudd unveils rental apartments next to historic store
Fine wine and spirits merchant Berry Bros. & Rudd (BBR) has unveiled six luxurious rental apartments adjacent to its historic St James’ store, complete with a personal ‘wine concierge’.
Christmas rail strikes to cost hospitality sector £1.5bn
Announced last week, a series of Christmas rail strikes will cost the UK hospitality sector £1.5 billion, new data has suggested.
Wales vs England World Cup match gives pubs and bars 20.5% sales boost
Tuesday’s World Cup fixture between Wales and England saw pubs, bars and nightclubs experience a 20.5% spending lift, according to data from Barclaycard.
Brits could spend up to £91m on pints in one game during the Qatar World Cup
With the World Cup in Qatar now less than two weeks away, new research has claimed that Brits could spend £91 million on pints of beer if England makes it all the way to the final.
‘Cheaper to watch World Cup in pub than at home’, study claims
A combination of soaring energy costs and the World Cup being held in the winter this year means it might be cheaper to watch games in the pub than at home, one study has claimed.