While the UK’s off-trade saw a slight return to growth, sales at pubs, bars and restaurants fell by 3% in the last 12 months.
By November 2015 all US restaurants with more than 20 venues will be required to state the calorie content of drinks on their menus.
UK on-trade sales rose again in November, but it was food rather than drink driving this growth, with London considerably more buoyant than the rest of the country.
From high-class cafés to sky-high dining rooms, we round up some of London’s top brunch spots, for when a cup of tea and a slice of toast just won’t do.
On-trade supplier Bibendum has seen sales of super-premium Prosecco shoot up by 295% in the last year, while premium sales were up by 150%.
London tube stops, abandoned since the Second World War, could be turned into bars, if a UK businessman gets his way.
As the line between kitchen and bar continues to blur, mixologists are making cocktails with the same complexity and seasonality that chefs seek to instil in their dishes.
Up to 15,000 UK pubs, bars and restaurants will today slash their food and drink prices by 7.5% as part of a campaign to persuade the government to cut VAT.
A death row themed pop-up restaurant event has been suspended after its organisers were met with a barrage of complaints.
Party classics like Champagne are forecast to play second fiddle to spirits this Christmas – most especially gin, according to UK market research.
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