Covent Garden

'Forced out': one of Covent Garden's oldest music venues faces eviction from developers

Eviction threat for award-winning music venue

By Stuart Stone

The Roadhouse, one of the oldest live music venues in Covent Garden, London, faces eviction if planning permission is given to developers looking to revamp the site.

Mabel's DNA will be based on being local and female friendly

Novus to convert Jewel to Mabel’s

By Mark Wingett, M&C Report

Novus Leisure, the Hutton Collins and LGV Capital-backed group, will launch its modern neighbourhood bar format on its Jewel site in Covent Garden next week, under the name Mabel’s, the Publican's Morning Advertiser's sister title M&C Report...

TCG reports Christmas trading

TCG reports strong Christmas trading

By John Harrington

Turnover for TCG, the managed operator, grew 7% over the Christmas and New Year period, the company has said.Food sales grew 10% across the business, according to chief operating officer Nigel Wright.

Glendola Leisure plans expansion

Glendola Leisure plans expansion

By John Harrington

Glendola Leisure, the bar and restaurant operator, is looking to undertake a significant period of growth after acquiring two Enterprise Inns leaseholds, managing director Alex Salussolia has told the Publican's Morning Advertiser sister report M&C...

3DTV: no glasses required

Glasses-free 3D football for Walkabout bar

By John Harrington, M&C Report

A football screening using "glasses-free" 3D technology is set to be trialled at the Walkabout bar in London's Covent Garden. Sky's coverage of the...

Bridget Walsh receives her award from CAMRA's pubs director Julian Hough

The Harp is CAMRA Pub of the Year

By Michelle Perrett

The Harp in Covent Garden is the first London pub to win the coveted Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) National Pub of the Year competition.

Asparagus harvest: lasts six weeks

Top spear — making the most of asparagus

By Lesley Foottit

With half the British asparagus season already under our belts, Lesley Foottit looks at how pub chefs are making the most of this fleeting delicacy.

Asparagus: in season for six weeks

Menu watch: asparagus

By Lesley Foottit

Lesley Foottit looks at how pub chefs are making the most of asparagus on their pub's menu. With British asparagus in season for just six weeks, pub...

Enterprise Inns: auctioned off five pubs

Enterprise Inns sells five pubs at auction

By Gemma McKenna

Enterprise Inns sold the freeholds of five out of eight London pubs included in a Cushman & Wakefield auction yesterday, raising around £8.12m....

The Rosendale

The Rosendale

Owners: Mark and Sharlyn van der Goot Tenure: Punch leasehold Head chef: Matthew Foxon Covers per week: 1,100 Total covers: 70 in the dining room...

Gastropub entrepreneurs open new venue

Gastropub entrepreneurs open new venue

By Lucy Britner

The team behind top London gastropubs the Eagle, Farringdon, and Anchor and Hope are opening an English brasserie in Covent Garden. Rob Shaw,...

Wales

Wales

Usk Inn Talybont-on-Usk, Powys Andrew and Julie Felix spent a year looking for their ideal pub before spotting the Usk Inn and taking the plunge to...

Alex Salussolia

Alex Salussolia

managing director, Glendola Leisure (29) As well as running the steadily-expanding Glendola Leisure since 2000, Alex Salussolia's role as chairman...

Lamb & Flag

Lamb & Flag

33 Rose St, Covent Garden, London, 0207 4979504 Charles Dickens and John Dryden are among the famous faces who have sunk a pint in this Covent Garden...

Bar goes online

Bar goes online

A new bar in Camden is breaking new ground by offering wireless internet access for local business clientele. The Lockside Lounge opens today in the...

Westminster aims to

Westminster aims to

clean up' Chinatown by Claire Hu Westminster City Council has launched a draft plan for London's Chinatown which aims to deter poor quality bars...