Katherine Price

Katherine Price

News editor

Katherine Price is news editor at The Caterer covering hotel, restaurant, pub, bar and foodservice news articles and analysis. She also looks after the breakfast briefing newsletter, book reviews and writes features.

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The Carlton Tower Jumeirah to open 1 June following £100m refurbishment

19 May 2021 by

Luxury hospitality group Jumeirah has confirmed it is finally due to reopen its European flagship hotel the Carlton Tower on 1 June following a £100m refurbishment.

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Wine Guild Education launches free skills courses

19 May 2021 by

Wine Guild Education (WGEd), the skills development arm of the Wine Guild of the United Kingdom, has launched a set of free hospitality service training courses designed to meet the needs of the sector as it emerges from lockdown.

Signature Living’s Lawrence Kenwright to lodge CVA plans to save property business News

Signature Living’s Lawrence Kenwright to lodge CVA plans to save property business

18 May 2021 by

Hotelier Lawrence Kenwright expects to lodge a recovery plan with his company’s administrators “within weeks” after[...]

Tributes paid to visionary operator and first Scottish Michelin-starred chef David Wilson News

Tributes paid to visionary operator and first Scottish Michelin-starred chef David Wilson

17 May 2021 by

David Wilson, former chef-proprietor of the Peat Inn in Fife for 35 years and believed to[...]

Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester not affected by end of partnership with Hôtel Plaza Athénée News

Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester not affected by end of partnership with Hôtel Plaza Athénée

17 May 2021 by

The Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester restaurant in London will not be affected by the ending[...]

Roberto Costa to open Teatro della Carne on Shaftesbury Avenue News

Roberto Costa to open Teatro della Carne on Shaftesbury Avenue

17 May 2021 by

Restaurateur Roberto Costa will be opening new concept Teatro della Carne on London’s Shaftesbury Avenue in[...]

Indoor hospitality reopening in England and Wales today News

Indoor hospitality reopening in England and Wales today

17 May 2021

Hospitality businesses in England and Wales can reopen for customers indoors from today, while international travel can also resume, with travellers from England, Scotland and Wales now able to visit 12 ‘green list’ countries without quarantine.

The Grand York appoints new executive chef aiming for Michelin recognition News

The Grand York appoints new executive chef aiming for Michelin recognition

07 May 2021

The Grand York has announced the appointment of Nicolas De Visch as executive chef, joining from the Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah in the UAE where he spent the last three years overseeing the luxury resort’s eight F&B outlets as[...]

Fino Tapas announces £2m growth plans with four sites planned News

Fino Tapas announces £2m growth plans with four sites planned

07 May 2021 by

Restaurateur Mark O’Rourke has announced plans to invest £2m in opening four new sites for his[...]

Covid restrictions cut contract catering sales by nearly half in Q1 2021 News

Covid restrictions cut contract catering sales by nearly half in Q1 2021

07 May 2021 by

Sales in the contract catering sector were nearly halved in the first quarter of 2021, the[...]

Kudu Collective to expand further in Peckham with Kudu Grill News

Kudu Collective to expand further in Peckham with Kudu Grill

07 May 2021 by

The Kudu Collective has announced that its latest Peckham site, Kudu Grill, is expected to open[...]

Deaths at Harrogate hotel being treated as ‘murder-suicide’ News

Deaths at Harrogate hotel being treated as ‘murder-suicide’

07 May 2021 by

The discovery of two bodies at a hotel in Harrogate is being treated as a murder-suicide,[...]

Apprentices important ‘now more than ever’ says Ben Tish News

Apprentices important ‘now more than ever’ says Ben Tish

06 May 2021

Ben Tish has said apprentices are important “now more than ever” as the industry faces staffing shortages following Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic.

Russell Norman’s Trattoria Brutto to take over former Hix Oyster & Chop House site News

Russell Norman’s Trattoria Brutto to take over former Hix Oyster & Chop House site

06 May 2021

Russell Norman’s new restaurant Trattoria Brutto will open at the former Hix Oyster & Chop House site in London’s Smithfield, according to the London Evening Standard.

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