Cheltenham’s Brewery Quarter will see the arrival of Indian street food restaurant Mowgli in summer 2021.
Archives for February 2021
With the introduction of Natasha’s law approaching in October 2021, food businesses are being urged to get ready.
The Rise Bakery is a new concept from local entrepreneur and well-known restauranteur Lloyd Inwood in Plymouth and aims to elevate traditional baking methods to a new level.
Hot off the back of their recent gold award in the Dorset Tourism Awards, Fish ’n’ Fritz, Weymouth decided to look for a way to say thank you to the local community.
The UK’s largest independent cheese producer and producer of renewable energy, has filed accounts for financial year ending March 2020 showing a turnover of £107 million; its highest turnover to date.
eat:Portishead food & drink festival is celebrating being one of the finalists in the Tourism Event/Festival of the Year category at the 2020/21 Bristol, Bath and Somerset Tourism Awards.
Gracing the streets of Bath from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th September 2021, The Great Bath Feast will celebrate the best locally sourced food and drink.
Restaurants in Bristol are signing up for a new delivery app that cuts commission and aims to pay riders more than the big global multinationals like Uber Eats.
The Coconut Tree restaurant group has announced plans to open its seventh site serving Sri Lankan food in Bath after the lockdown.
Enjoy a new range of coffee that’s ethically sourced and sustainably grown, all delivered in completely plastic free and compostable pouches.
Acclaimed Falmouth eatery, Star and Garter, have adapted and packaged their signature, indulgent take on Sunday Roast and made it available for delivery all over the country.
Aloha 65 launches their Detonators, fresh pineapple chunks pickled and infused with scotch-bonnet chilli.
Richard Mortimore is the fourth generation to farm at Corndon on the edge of Meldon above Chagford.
Worthy Farm – home of the iconic Glastonbury Festival and award-winning dairy farm – launches its first ever Reserve Cheddar cheese, exclusively in Co-op stores across the nation this February.
After what has been some of the most challenging times for any business, especially those in the hospitality industry, it looks like good news may be fast approaching on the horizon.
Love Brownies is set to open a beautiful café and brownie shop in Bristol and is currently recruiting for a team to deliver exceptional customer service to match their award-winning brownies!