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    Tag Archive: Restaurants

    1. Autism Awareness in the Restaurant Industry

      The world is a very different place when you have autism. The simple pleasure of dining out in a nice restaurant can become fraught with stress and anxiety, and this is particularly true for children with autism who find any changes to their routine unnerving. To them, a restaurant poses an unfamiliar setting, bustling with strangers. What is the leisure and hospitality industry doing to… Read more

    2. Our Partners and the Services They Offer

      restaurant property partners

      As leading specialists in all things to do with the restaurant and leisure business, we’d like to think we know a great service when we see it. This is one of the reasons why we are proud to have some truly impressive partners who are experts in their field. From a world renowned champagne through to a charity and leading hospitality recruiters, we’d like to… Read more

    3. How Burgers Came to Dominate the London ‘Fast Casual’ Market

      Fast Casual Burgers

      Burger restaurants are nothing new in London. Wimpy first opened in 1954 at the Lyon’s Corner House in Coventry Street and on November 13th 1974, the first McDonald’s in the UK opened in Woolwich. Burger King followed in 1977 on Coventry Street, the same street as the first Wimpy. Since then the UK burger market has gone on to be worth an estimated £3.28b in 2016… Read more

    4. How Can Restaurants Appeal to Generation Z

      Generation Y – children of the Babyboomers – are reaching the peak of their powers. By 2020, they will make up three quarters of the UK’s workforce, representing a huge demographic for UK restaurateurs. Last year we wrote about how important it was for the leisure industry, from operators to landlords, to cater for this millennial generation, as their spending power eclipses that of their… Read more

    5. Fashionable Places to Eat in London

      Photo courtesy of Fox & Anchor Across the world, fashion shows are capturing the attention of discerning audiences. London, then Milan, then Paris and New York, are capturing the hearts and minds of fashionistas across the world. That makes now the perfect time for us to discuss the most fashionable restaurants in London. Where are the world’s most fashionable people dining in the capital? Social… Read more

    6. New Restaurant Trends for 2016

      (Photo courtesy of Andina) At the start of the 2016, the UK restaurant industry is in an especially exciting place. As landlords with restaurants for sale become more willing than ever to take risks on bold new restaurant concepts, get ready for a wave of exciting new restaurant trends in 2016. Chains That Deliver From Grub Hub to Deliveroo and Just Eat to UberEATS, food… Read more

    7. Restaurant Trends: Success with Seasonal Menus

      Restaurant Trends

      Seasonal menus are among the most enduring restaurant trends of recent years. From Starbucks’ Gingerbread Latte and Greggs’ festive pasty, to Porky’s Thanksgiving Menu and Costa’s summer Ice Menu, restaurant operations everywhere are cashing in on the demand for seasonal menus. Away from the big chains and household high street brands, fine restaurants often boast seasonal menus, but how does their success differ from Pret’s… Read more

    8. The Three Types of Restaurant Property

      Restaurants and bars for sale in London can be divided into three categories. Everyone in the leisure property industry will recognise these categories as essential to the prospects and potential of those properties. As a landlord looking for business success, it’s imperative to know how your properties fit into them. Doing so is essential to finding the right restaurant operation for your property. Primary Restaurant… Read more

    9. A New Vision for Angel

      Angel Restaurant Property

      A New Vision for Angel Angel is a very special area bursting with investment potential. This Islington district is packed full of industry-leading establishments yet presents them in a modest and idiosyncratically classy manner. From the Business Design Centre to the Screen on the Green, Angel combines renowned quality with an open-doors policy. When it comes to restaurants, there is no exception. There are dozens… Read more

    10. Is Angel Oversaturated with Restaurant Property?

      Angel, from Pentonville Road up to Highbury Square, is packed full of restaurants of all shapes and sizes. With the prospect of new developments in Angel Central on the horizon, Restaurant Property sets its sights firmly on this thriving restaurant and leisure village. Here, from take-aways to artisanal cafes, our Restaurant Property experts ask whether Angel restaurant property has reached full capacity.

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