Cow pat: 58% of new burger additions to spring/summer 2017 menus are made with beef

In association with Farm Frites

Burgers: what's the future of the beefy beast?

By Michelle Perrett

They’ve been a staple of the British high street for many years now, but burgers, which are constantly being modified and reinvented, are still growing in popularity in an ever-widening variety of outlets. 

Innovative: the artwork in Dublin's Adelphi

Pubs cashing in on Trump inauguration

By Helen Gilbert

Pubs are gearing up to hold Donald Trump-inspired parties ahead of the president-elect’s imminent inauguration on Friday (20 January).

Royal treatment: King's Head owners Andrew and Joulz Judd have a premium offer

In association with Booker

Inside the King's Head, Napton

By Nicholas Robinson

When a husband and wife team revamped their pub’s food offer, it was the great produce at consistent prices from cash-and-carry store Booker that made their vision a reality.

Two-track recovery leading to higher spend on premium

Boost in spend on premium food and drink good for pubs

By Nicholas Robinson

Brits are continuing to buy less, but better quality, which is driving spend in gourmet dining establishments and boosting volume sales of Champagne and craft beer, research from Mintel has shown.

Could Pret replace the pub?


Could Pret replace the pub?

By Emily Sutherland

There are plenty of obstacles in the way of pubs, and it’s not just coming from Government taxation, there’s also coffee shops and fast-food businesses to beat. Emily Sutherland reports.

Winner of London bun fight crowned


Winner of London bun fight crowned

By Jo Bruce

Adam Rawson from Peruvian inspired Pachamama bar/restaurant in Marylebone, has been crowned winner of the 2015 Slider Decider.