Amuse-bouches: The latest restaurant news bites

In restaurant news this week: late-night venues express anger at their lack of government support, landlord Shaftesbury announces it has only collected 41% of rents in the first half of the year and Adam Handling introduces Chelsea to wagyu and wine Wednesdays. 

The week in pictures

This week in the world of drinks; The UK's hospitality sector takes a battering from 10pm curfews and banning students right at the start of Fresher's; cricketer Darren Gough releases a wine range; and Jack Daniel's takes a dog toy to court.

Scottish university students told not to go to pubs

University students in Scotland have been told to avoid going to pubs, bars and restaurants this weekend in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus.

The French Laundry launches lavish US$850 dining experience

Chef Thomas Keller’s three Michelin-starred Napa restaurant The French Laundry has launched a lavish $850 per person private dining experience.

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