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...

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

Also in Food & Drink

Grocery prices may recently have risen at their fastest rate in four years,[1] but over half of...
Posted: 05/02/18
Published by. plymouthdailynews
The award-winning Good Food Market held in Plymouth’s historic Royal William Yard, is back for 2018...
Posted: 01/02/18
Published by. Mary
Following 2017's record-breaking year, entries are now open for the prestigious Food...
Posted: 31/01/18
Published by. kath@raw
With Warrens Bakery's arrival in London comes the news that Cornish pasties are having a...
Posted: 23/01/18
Published by. Danielle Camp
Tamar Grow Local are looking for volunteers in Plymouth interested in a future career in the food...
Posted: 18/01/18
Published by. Tamar Grow Local
As the nation grumbles back to work after a season of office parties, over-indulgence and family...
Posted: 17/01/18
Published by. Danielle Camp
Launched just in time for Christmas, the new Devon Cook Book offers a mouth-watering celebration of...
Posted: 13/12/17
Published by. kath@raw
Before you gobble up Turkey with all the trimmings for Christmas, you might want to take note of a...
Posted: 07/12/17
Published by. News Desk
Big Job from St Austell Brewery has been crowned the Champion Bottled Beer of Britain in CAMRA’s...
Posted: 03/12/17
Published by. News Desk
Hotel management company, Valor Hospitality Europe, is celebrating after picking up prestigious...
Posted: 27/11/17
Published by. Mary

Pages