No. 5, an exciting new fine-dining restaurant and cocktail lounge located on Cathedral Green, has announced it will officially open its doors at 9am on Tuesday 8th December.
Archives for November 2020
Following the success of her pop-up at Watergate Bay, north Cornwall, chef Emily Scott is opening a permanent new restaurant overlooking the beach.
A popular Cornish restaurant is launching a new Christmas menu to offer boxed, restaurant quality, festive feasts to enjoy at home – while also helping to feed Cornwall’s poorest communities.
Neither COVID or a major fire stands in the way of Bath’s best boutique hotel taking the top ‘gong’ at the industry’s ‘Oscars’, The Cateys 2020.
The Bristol Hotels Association (BHA), which represents around 40 businesses in and around the city, say this decision could have a catastrophic impact on their businesses.
With the popularity of bread-making recipes on the rise Matthews Cotswold Flour is delighted to be recognised by the prestigious 2020 Great Taste Awards.
To celebrate the end of the harvest and their recent relocation to a new winemaking operation at the Sandridge Barton Estate in South Devon, Sharpham Wine has launched Sharpham New Release.
Food Allergy Aware are relaunching and renaming their website and they are looking for suppliers and services.
A Cornish non-alcoholic spirit brand is launching a new limited edition product this Friday 27 November
Distilled and crafted in Salcombe, Devon at one of the world’s only distilleries directly accessible by boat, ‘Seamist’ is born to add sparkle to the Christmas period.
Cornwall’s historical links with rum smuggling and mining have come into futuristic focus with the unveiling of a £10million, 30-job vision to create a 100% sustainable rum cask maturation facility
Westaways sausages is celebrating after winning Innovation of the Year at the 2020 UK Packaging Awards for its unique eco-friendly packaging.
The Box has joined forces with Fosters Event Catering, for a special crowdfunding campaign aimed at helping local families during the festive season.
A new campaign has been launched in Bristol with the aim of bringing together communities, businesses and organisations through food to help build a more resilient future following the pandemic.
The acclaimed Michelin-starred Pony & Trap in Chew Magna, North East Somerset, has announced they will be opening a new restaurant in south Bristol.
The grade II-listed Lansdown Grove Hotel in Bath has been acquired by Axcel Hospitality off a guide price of £8m.