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The No. 1 news and advice service for the hospitality industry, provides breaking news on the topics that shape modern hospitality as well as advice for operators in the restaurant, hotel and pub sectors to help them build a better business. Whether it's the latest food and drink trends, hot topics of debate, key legislation or essential new products and services, delivers:

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City District closes Bossa to focus on premium restaurants

Northern-based hospitality group City District (CDL) has closed its Brazilian barbecue restaurant Bossa in Leeds less than a year after it opened.


Former Pied á Terre co-owner takes on Dabbous site for Loire restaurant

Mathieu Germond, former co-owner and restaurant manager of the Pied á Terre restaurant for 14 years, is to open a restaurant in the former Dabbous site in Fitzrovia.


People on the move: July 2017

It's been another busy month in hospitality, we round up some of the chefs departing restaurants and taking on new roles.


Delivery services are deterring customers from eating out

The rise of online restaurant delivery platforms is deterring an increasing number of customers from eating out, a new study shows.


The AA names Berkshire and Surrey as hospitality top spots

Berkshire has been named the ‘hospitality capital of England’ based on an average of ratings awarded by the AA and VisitEngland.


108 Garage team announce second Notting Hill restaurant

The team behind acclaimed London restaurant 108 Garage are to launch their second Notting Hill site later this year.


Bite Me Burger Co is opening six delivery-only sites

Mini burger pop-up Bite Me Burger Co has become the latest restaurant to focus on expanding its delivery-only operation.


Scott Hallsworth sells Kurobuta and launches new pop-up

Scott Hallsworth has launched a new London pop-up following the sale of his Kurobuta restaurant group.


Vurger Co sets restaurant crowdfunding record

Plant-based burger group The Vurger Co has become the fastest restaurant ever to hit its target on crowdfunding platform Crowdcube.


What the ASA’s call on Prezzo’s ad means for bottomless deals advertising

Prezzo was left with a hangover after its all-you-can-drink prosecco promotion was banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (the ASA). Here Duncan Reed, legal director at UK law firm TLT, examines why restaurants might need to rethink their marketing approach for free-flowing and bottomless drink deals. 

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