Food & Drink

Three essentials when opening a restaurant in the "Up and Comer" in the UK tourism scene – Plymouth

If you’re looking for an exciting place to set up shop and open a restaurant, you may want to consider the city of Plymouth, which is being billed by many as an “up and comer” in the UK tourism scene. This port city in Devon is typically thought of in terms of its rich maritime history. Today, its...

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By Sarah Parker Posted: 06/09/19 Updated: 06/09/19

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