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CMS Americas rocked by sexual harassment allegations

A recent article on the Court of Master Sommeliers Americas has lifted the lid on the sexual harassment of multiple women who have undertaken the qualification process.

Amuse-bouches: The latest restaurant news bites

In restaurant news this week: UK hospitality sales fall by 48% in Q3, Pizza Express announces further job cuts, Bao unveils a 'dine-in cinema' scheme and Gordon Ramsay gets ready to open another restaurant.

Rioja restaurants and bars ordered to close

As coronavirus cases begin to surge again in Spain, restaurants and bars in Rioja’s two largest towns – Logroño and Aguado – have been ordered to close.

Restaurant burglar found asleep next to half-eaten cheesecake

A man who broke into a restaurant and bar in Sunderland was caught red-handed and red-faced after falling asleep at his own crime scene next to a half-eaten cheesecake.

Tier two ‘like being cut off at the knees’

London’s restaurateurs have opened up to WLC's Lucy Shaw about the difficulty of trying to trade under tier two restrictions, with co-founder of The Wolseley, Jeremy King, describing the situation as “like being cut off at the knees”.

Most Recent Stories

CMS Americas rocked by sexual harassment allegations

A recent article on the Court of Master Sommeliers Americas has lifted the lid on the sexual harassment of multiple women who have undertaken the qualification process.

Amuse-bouches: The latest restaurant news bites

In restaurant news this week: UK hospitality sales fall by 48% in Q3, Pizza Express announces further job cuts, Bao unveils a 'dine-in cinema' scheme and Gordon Ramsay gets ready to open another restaurant.

Rioja restaurants and bars ordered to close

As coronavirus cases begin to surge again in Spain, restaurants and bars in Rioja’s two largest towns – Logroño and Aguado – have been ordered to close.

Restaurant burglar found asleep next to half-eaten cheesecake

A man who broke into a restaurant and bar in Sunderland was caught red-handed and red-faced after falling asleep at his own crime scene next to a half-eaten cheesecake.

Tier two ‘like being cut off at the knees’

London’s restaurateurs have opened up to WLC's Lucy Shaw about the difficulty of trying to trade under tier two restrictions, with co-founder of The Wolseley, Jeremy King, describing the situation as “like being cut off at the knees”.