The demand for private dining spaces is increasing

According to a recent article in Catering Today demand for private dining spaces is increasing. From it’s smoky members only origins to the mainstream dining trends of millennials, the ability...

Innovative approachs to drive footfall

No longer able to rely solely on the locals, bar owners are constantly looking for ways they can attract new customers. From offering craft gins to hosting themed nights, owners...

Better environments for disabled guests?

This month, The Caterer held a round table event to discuss disabled accessibility and the need for the hospitality industry to create better environments for disabled guests. https://www.thecaterer.com/articles/546142/the-caterer-roundtable-why-accessibility-makes-business-sense

Building a comfortable, accessible experience for disabled guests

Following on from The Caterer’s round table event with hospitality accessibility experts to create better environments for the growing number of guests with disabilities, we highlight the importance of building...

Make a statement with a feature wall….or ceiling!

During work which we have just completed with a Charles Well pub, The Dragoon in Brampton, we were tasked with ‘thinking outside the box’ with the decorative aspect of the...

Jumping onto the ‘Green Restaurant’ bandwagon

Over the years the need to be more sustainable has been filtering into all areas of our lives, from eating organic to banishing extra packaging and plastic. And now, particularly...

Hotel Room of the future – are hoteliers prepared?

The 2018 Independent Hotel Show featured a live installation of ‘The Hotel Room of the Future,’ which, according to all the reports, is set to become a reality within the...

Don’t forget the toilets….

According to Mintel, 93% of pub-goers cite toilet cleanliness as an important factor when visiting a pub. While good sanitation is a necessity, a bathroom which isn’t in keeping with...

Are pubs becoming too much like restaurants?

This is an interesting article from last summer. The Morning Advertiser addressed the point that customers feel that pubs are becoming too much like restaurants. Almost 50% of people said...