Australia’s bakery scene is in evolution, with the rise of quality artisan bakery operations that are expanding their brands across the foodservice landscape.
Cafes and espresso bars are broadening their coffee horizons and choosing to embrace alternate methods of making coffee such as aero press, cold drip and pour over.
Foodservice operators are moving away from traditional table settings and paying homage to the past with retro and rustic pieces that really make a statement.
Gone are the days of the greasy fry-up. When people eat out at breakfast they expect fresh, quality produce and lots of it.
The popularity of seafood skyrockets at Easter time as Australians opt out of eating meat, particularly on Good Friday, and instead choose to feast on fresh fish, prawns and the like.
New bar manager at theloft
Merlin Jerebine has recently been appointed bar manager of Keystone venue theloft at Sydney’s King Street Wharf.
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Luke Ashton crowned Australia’s best bartender
Luke Ashton, head bartender at Surry Hills bar Vasco, has taken out the 2013 Diageo Reserve World Class Bartender of the Year award.
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In Italian, A Modo Mio means “my way” and as such Lavazza has invited three of Europe’s top chefs to...
Pub, club assaults on the decline
According to the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research March Quarterly report released earlier this month, assaults on licensed...
Sullivans Cove snares international award
Sullivans Cove has received a gold medal from one of the world’s most respected independent beverage reviewers.
The shape of wine to come
A revolution in Riesling and an escape from Botrytis. They're just two of the distinguishing factors winemakers reported when Christine...
New look Bedarra set to be Australian sustainability leader
The Bedarra Island Resort is preparing to reopen on July 1 after an extensive renovation that its owners says will make it Australia’s most sustainable resort.
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$5.5 million upgrade for Hunter Crowne Plaza
The Hunter Valley’s first conference centre and an on-site brewery and distillery are part of the developments that will feature in a multi-million upgrade of the Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley.
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Tune Hotels confirms Melbourne base
Not only will the Victorian capital be the site of Tune's first Australian hotel, but also its operational headquarters for...
Rendezvous relaunches refurburbished hotel
The Rendezvous Hotel Group has relaunched a Perth hotel with a new name following the completion of a group-wide rebranding...
High labour costs prompt staff layoffs
A recent survey has uncovered 45 percent of accommodation businesses were forced to reduce their staffing levels in the 2012/13...
Industry protests against 457 visa crack down reforms
Concerns about rorting of the 457 visa system are unfounded and new tough reforms should not proceed, says the the accommodation industry.
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Tax myth beliefs put small businesses at risk
Small business owners are risking inadvertently running foul of the tax man due to a lack of understanding about reporting requirements, warns expert.
Misconduct or misnomer?
Is fear of unfair dismissal breaches impeding your business decision making? In this article the workplace relations team from Restaurant & Catering Australia explores this scenario.
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