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Senor Ceviche marks first birthday

Señor Ceviche is celebrating its first birthday on Charlotte Street by serving exclusive dishes in collaboration with DJ BBQ with £1 from the sale of each dish donated to Action Against Hunger.

PizzaExpress partners with Puffin

PizzaExpress has teamed up with Penguin Random House Children’s to introduce Puffin stories to young diners at the restaurant.

Hospitality industry pledges to tackle packaging waste

UK hospitality businesses have reiterated their commitment to tackling packaging waste by jointly committing to a sector-wide pledge to reduce waste.

El Gato Negro launches new dessert menu

Tapas restaurant El Gato Negro has introduced new dishes to its dessert menu.

Tabun Kitchen launches Ramadan menu

Jerusalem Palestinian-inspired Soho restaurant Tabun Kitchen is launching a special late-night Ramadan Iftar menu for customers to break the fast between 15 May and 14 June.

Consumer spending up 3.4%

The latest data from Barclaycard shows that overall consumer spending rose 3.4% year-on-year in April.

The Chilli Pickle to open second site

Husband and wife duo Alun and Dawn Sperring are opening their second The Chilli Pickle in Guildford in July.

Giggling Squid takes former Jamie's Italian site

Giggling Squid is opening its second London location in Kingston this autumn in the former Jamie’s Italian site.

Holy Moly Macaroni acquires Grand Central site

Harlem-influenced Holy Moly Macaroni is opening its first permanent restaurant at Grand Central in Birmingham.

Sunshine Capital Ltd buys Coal Grill & Bar

Charterhouse Leisure Ltd, which trades as Coal Grill & Bar, has been bought by Sunshine Capital Ltd.

Slim Chickens pops up at Boxpark Shoreditch

Slim Chickens is handing out free fried chicken and sauces today to celebrate its opening in the West End.

Social pressure pushes a quarter of Brits to tip

When asked why they tip, 61% of Brits say they do so because “that’s just how things are done”, while 24% feel a “social pressure” to do so and would feel ashamed not to, and 15% do because they feel workers aren’t paid enough.

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