Mitchells & Butlers

New menu for M&B chain

New menu for M&B chain

By James Evison

Sizzling Pubs' new menu includes a collection of on-trend food.

M&B launches Sizzling Pizza, Pub & Carvery

Operator news

M&B launches Sizzling Pizza, Pub & Carvery

By Mark Wingett, M&C Report

Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) is to launch a new concept this week which will be a combined and evolved version of its Crown Carveries and Sizzling Pub formats called Sizzling Pizza, Pub & Carvery, M&C Report has learnt.

Kotrys leaves as M&B prepares to close Orchid’s head office in St Albans this month


Property director steps down from M&B

By Mark Wingett, M&C Report

Paul Kotrys has stepped down as property director at Orchid, which is part of Mitchells & Butlers, to take up a role at property agency James A Baker, the Publican's Morning Advertiser's sister title M&C Report understands.

M&B served more than 200,000 meals on Christmas Day

M&B like-for-like sales up 4.8% over Christmas period

By James Wallin, M&C Report

Managed pub operator Mitchells & Butlers has reported like-for-like sales up 4.8% for the festive fortnight and 7.1% on Christmas Day, when more than 200,000 meals were sold.

The Sawyer's Arms, Manchester is a Nicholson's pub

M&B opens first Orchid conversion

By Mike Berry

Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) has opened the first of its pubs converted from the 173-strong Orchid estate it bought earlier this year for £266m.

Alistair Darby said there’s a 'theoretical nationwide capacity of about 1,200' for its leading brands

M&B reveals growth ambitions for brands

By James Wallin and Mark Wingett, M&C Report

Mitchells & Butlers’ leading brands — Harvester, Toby Carvery, All Bar One and Miller & Carter — have the potential to grow from a combined 455 to 1,200, the company has said.

M&B chief executive Alistair Darby said the business is 'gathering momentum'

Full-year sales and revenue up at M&B

By Mark Wingett, M&C Report

Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) has this morning reported a 0.6% increase in like-for-like sales for the 52 weeks to 27 September 2014, while total revenue climbed 4% to £1.97bn.

The worst football team will win a year’s sponsorship worth £1,000 from the brand

Flaming Grill on search for worst football team

By Ellie Bothwell

Spirit Pub Company brand Flaming Grill is on the hunt for football teams that are “more Sunday League zero than Premiership hero” as it aims to crown the UK’s worst football teams.