Take a look at social media and hashtags like #Brunching or #BrunchLife and you’ll see that Londoners love going out for Saturday or Sunday brunch. For restaurants this means brunch is a great opportunity to add this profitable meal service time to your existing offerings and bottomless brunch is a way to differentiate your brunch […]
In Dublin last month, we saw two of the largest industry exhibitions take place giving hoteliers, restaurateurs, chefs, and all involved in the industry a chance to network and showcase under two conference roofs. Hospitality Expo took place in the RDS and Food and Bev Live was held in Citywest Conference Centre.
There’s a reason why fish & chips is one of Britain’s national dishes. And it’s not necessarily down to a good, crunchy batter; the softness of a well-blanched chip; or liberal lashings of salt and vinegar.
January: possibly the most interesting (read: slowest) month for restaurants and bars. The buzz of Christmas and New Year has worn off, and people are generally cash poor – if not avoiding the biting cold by jetting off to Tahiti. It’s a month that’s a curse for many operators, but could it be an opportunity […]
There has been a steady rise in the number of people dining out on Christmas Day and due to the increase in demand, there are now lots of options available on the big day. Dee Laffan takes a look at why this is happening and what kind of packages are on offer.