George’s, an independent chain of fish and chips shops in the Midlands, has secured funding for the first three sites under its new concept restaurant that will serve upscale fish and chips, alongside a gin bar
Brewdog will reopen all of its bars in England tomorrow (4 July), before reopening the external areas in its Scottish bars on Monday (6 July).
As social media storms go, it was up there with the silliest.
The consequences of getting the unlocking of hospitality wrong are unthinkable, and everyone will need to play their part, UK Hospitality has warned.
Hospitality operators are taking a cautious approach to reopening as just 59% of businesses plan to reopen some of their sites on 4 July, the new Business Confidence Survey from CGA and Fourth has found.
With sites across the home counties, along the Thames, up to Leeds and down to Bournemouth, Brasserie Bar Company’s rent bill doesn’t come cheap. In the capital, some of the group’s prime locations include Southbank, the Tower of London and Threadneedle street. With this in mind, it may come as a surprise that managing director Richard Ferrier not only sees government intervention in the rent stalemate as unnecessary, but is actively against it.
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