All Benito’s Hat articles – Page 2

  • Benito's Hat Bromley

    Benito’s eyes smaller format rollout


    Benito’s Hat, the Calculus-backed Mexican concept, is to ramp up its expansion plans with the launch of a smaller, A1-focused concept.

  • Richard Morris and Brandon Stephens, Tortilla

    Evolution in the food chain


    The next 12 months is going to be a key period for the Quilvest-backed, burrito and taco concept Tortilla. Mark Wingett sits down with founder Brandon Stephens and managing director Richard Morris to talk about the year ahead – just don’t mention black beans

  • News

    Farmer J to double up


    Farmer J is set to double its presence in central London, with an opening near Monument tube station

  • News

    Sano launches £500k crowdfund


    Sano, the healthy eating food group, has launched a crowdfunding campaign via Crowdcube to raise £500,000.

  • Ben Fordham

    Fordham: I’m leaving Benito’s Hat in good shape


    Ben Fordham, the co-founder and departing managing director of Benito’s Hat, has told MCA he is happy to be leaving the business in good shape

  • Michael Pearson

    Pearson to lead Benito’s Hat


    Michael Pearson, until recently operations director at Ping Pong, is to become managing director of Benito’s Hat

  • News

    Boost lines up 25th opening


    Boost Juice Bars is set to open its 25th site, in Oxford Westgate, MCA understands.

  • Marjit's Kitchen at Trinity Leeds

    In the grand scheme of things


    Leisure and F&B are no longer a ‘nice to have’ way to offer experience in shopping schemes to counter online shopping. Instead, they are seen by developers and landlords as future-proofing, and an essential component to remain competitive. But getting that right mix of operator is becoming harder and harder

  • Krispy Kreme

    Westgate unveils more operators for Oxford


    Westgate has announced the next wave of operators to go into its Oxford scheme.

  • News

    Neds Noodle Bar to open in Westgate


    Neds Noodle Bar, the London-based fast food concept, has secured a site at Westgate Social, the forthcoming retail and leisure scheme in Oxford, MCA has learnt.

  • News

    Deliveroo celebrates London Pride


    Deliveroo is renaming itself Deloveroo to celebrate London Pride, while popular operators on the platform are putting out LGBT riffs on their greatest hits.

  • News

    Junkyard aiming for three sites a year


    Junkyard Golf Club, the experiential bar concept, is looking to open three sites a year after securing its third in Oxford’s Westgate scheme, MCA has learnt.

  • News

    Sano secures debut site


    Sano, new health-based, grab-and-go concept, has confirmed it will launch its debut site at the end of this month

  • News

    Ex-Benito’s Hat CEO to launch new FTG concept


    Richard Baker, ex-chief executive of Benito’s Hat, is to head up the launch of a new grab-and-go concept, called Sano To Go

  • Westgate Oxford

    Westgate Oxford unveils more operators


    Westgate Oxford has confirmed more operators for its £440m development, which will open in October.

  • News

    Benito’s Hat appoints first FD


    Fast causal Mexican concept Benito’s Hat has appointed its first finance director, MCA has learnt.

  • Branded Mexican/South American cuisine analysis 2016
    Analysis & Insight

    Down Mexico way


    There’s nothing like the start of a new year to get all and sundry dusting off the crystal ball to predict the ‘next big thing’. It does not seem very long ago that Mexican food was being touted by the annual soothsayers as the category to watch in the UK. How time flies

  • Benito's Hat exterior

    Benito's Hat overhauls evening offer


    Fast casual Mexican concept Benito’s Hat is preparing to overhaul of its evening offer with the intruduction of table service, MCA has learned.

  • Bill's exterior

    Bill’s restructures management team


    Bill’s Restaurants, the Richard Caring-backed chain, has carried out a restructuring of its management team

  • News

    Benito’s Hat launches #MakeMayMexican campaign


    Benito’s Hat yesterday launched its #MakeMayMexican campaign, which will see the burrito chain host a series of events in London in celebration of Cinco de Mayo