Today I want to talk about what you need to do when you’ve found your ideal pub or bar. At this point you’ve viewed the property decided you like it and you think you can afford it. The next stage that you’re probably going to have to take is proving your idea. First thing is […]
Today I’m going to talk about a different types of pub model. You might be looking at taking your first pub on, maybe you’re unsure of all the different types of pub if you’ve looked in an agents brochure or on an agent’s website. You’ve got three types; You’ve got free hold Free hold […]
Today I want to talk about the difference between food stocktaking, sometimes known as dry stocktaking and wet stocktaking. Let’s start with wet stocktaking. Wet stocktaking is as it suggests, it’s all your wet stock, it’s everything that comes through the bar, so that includes; Spirits Bottle beers Soft drinks Draft beers Lagers Wine But […]
When I first started out in the trade wine was just served in 125ml glasses then they seemed to disappear and 175ml glasses seemed to become the “standard” and 250ml a “large” glass. The law actually states that you must offer still wines in a 125ml measure and this must be communicated to customers. The […]
The October Greene King Leisure Spend Tracker Report showed that consumer confidence is stagnating. This is also bourn out by what I am seeing with my own clients.
The Greene King August Leisure Spend Tracker Report showed that Drinking out in July grew by 14% to £46 due to the good weather tempting household to drink outside of the home.
The Price Marking (Food and Drink Services) Order, specifically covered price lists and their display, however this was replaced by The Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008. There is now a general obligation to give consumers sufficient information at the point of sale, so that they are not misled on price.