All Gail’s articles – Page 6

  • News

    Patisserie Holdings to open first new Baker & Spice


    Patisserie Holdings is to open a site in Brighton next month under its Baker & Spice brand – its first new site since acquiring the brand in 2009 - MCA understands.

  • News

    Johnson: Too early to exit Bread Holdings


    Serial sector investor Luke Johnson has told M&C’s sister title The Grocer that he is not planning an exit in Bread Holdings

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    Patisserie Holdings: New formats, Debenham’s and Ireland growth


    Luke Johnson, chairman of Patisserie Holdings, has told M&C the group’s flexibility will be key as it proves it can operate profitably in a variety of locations and formats.

  • News

    Gail’s set for regional launch


    Gail’s Artisan Bakery, the Luke Johnson-backed group, is readying its first regional launch

  • News

    Gail’s opens at NEO Bankside


    Gail’s Artisan Bakery, the Luke Johnson-backed group, has launched its latest site at the NEO Bankside development in London

  • News

    Hippo Inns gears up to open The Signal


    Hippo Inns will open its first site in the first week of October, under the name The Signal

  • News

    Whyte & Brown appoints new MD


    Whyte & Brown has appointed Emma King, one of the co-founders of Gail’s Bakery, as its new managing director

  • News

    Pinkmans Bakery launches in Bristol


    A new bakery café called Pinkmans is set to open in Bristol on a former Café Rouge site in October as the first of a cluster of sites focused on the south west

  • News

    O-food eyes expansion


    O-food, a new Scandinavian sandwich bar concept backed by the Virgin start-up initiative, plans to expand across London and then look to take its brand international, M&C Report understands.

  • News

    Gail’s appoints deputy MD


    Gail’s Artisan Bakery has appointed Barry Cook, formerly of Aubaine Restaurants, as its new deputy managing director

  • News

    Gail’s eyes regional expansion


    Gail’s Artisan Bakery has revealed plans to expand out of the capital, but has turned down opportunities to go into travel locations

  • News

    Gail’s appoints new ops director


    Gail’s, the artisan bakery chain backed by Luke Johnson, has appointed AJ Steer, formerly of Jamie’s Italian, as its new operations director, M&C Report understands.

  • News

    Gail’s launches delivery service


    Gail’s, the artisan bakery chain backed by Luke Johnson, has launched a delivery service across central London

  • News

    Jackson joins the board of Gail’s


    John Jackson, the former group chief executive of the Jamie Oliver Group, has joined the board of Gail’s, the artisan bakery chain backed by Luke Johnson

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    La Tasca set for new build launch in Birmingham


    La Tasca, the Spanish tapas restaurant group, has agreed terms on a new build site in Birmingham

  • News

    Gail’s takes Blackheath site


    Gail’s, the bakery and café chain backed by Luke Johnson, has acquired its seventeenth site, after securing a unit in Blackheath

  • News

    Admiral to roll out Wifi across its estate


    Admiral Taverns has selected Purple WiFi - a social WiFi provider - to roll out WiFi services for customers across its entire estate

  • Opinion

    More green shoots on the way


    Indicators suggest the eating-out market will experience growth this year. Peter Backman looks at the economic picture and gives his view of what could happen in 2014

  • Weekend Press

    Weekend press round-up, 25-26 January


    Company results and news How TGI Friday’s boss cut out the obstructive staff Under Karen Forrester, the TGI Friday’s restaurant chain has undergone a big recovery – and it all began with a fire that gutted one of its flagship sites. While most bosses would consider this ...

  • Weekend Press

    Bank Holiday weekend press round-up, 24-26 August


    Restaurants Food police lose fight to outlaw rare beefburgers Beefburgers cooked rare can remain on restaurant menus after a judge rejected claims by food watchdogs that they are a health risk. A wine bar and restaurant chain had been told to stop serving the burgers unless they took certain safety ...