Read February issue here
Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. NextMenu want to revolutionise the hospitality industry and automate away every piece of repetitive and non-differentiating work in the food and drink serving space, leaving people to focus on the bits that really make the difference: Creating mouth-watering dishes and beverages and looking after the overall guest experience. Our fascinating Q&A provides great insight into how their plans are being implemented.
Peaky Blinders. You’ve all seen the show, now experience it first hand with Liverpool’s very own dedicated bar which has already proven to be the biggest attraction in the recently revamped Cains Brewery Village. If you’re looking for a bit of inspiration or maybe thinking of trying a theme night of your own venue then look no further.
We round up our preview of Hotelympia - the hospitality industry’s must-attend showcase event taking place 5th – 8th March at ExCel London. The final day is set to become Women in Hospitality Day, as the show marks International Women’s Day with a programme of content celebrating inspirational female talent and furthering the conversation on women in the industry.
Northern Restaurant & Bar 2018, the North’s hospitality exhibition, returns for its eighteenth year at Manchester Central, 20-21 March. NRB18 is the place for 8,000 hospitality professionals to source new products and services from 275 exhibiting suppliers, be inspired by 65 live food & drink demos, and join the entire Northern hospitality industry as it comes together for two days of networking, discovery and inspiration.
And now for some bad news: the world is running out of wine!! Lanchester Wines Mark Roberts explains what wine lovers can expect from the 2017 harvest. With fires, floods, frosts and devastating heatwaves it’s not been easy. If you haven’t done so already, don’t forget to take 2 minutes and take part in our bespoke survey here bit.ly/WineTrends2018 and be in with a chance of winning an extremely rare 3 litre bottle of Napa Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon 2012.