Top Hospitality News & Ideas This Week

By: HospitalityHub
12 November, 2020

This week: 3 Sydney bars are in the top 50 bars in the world - Outdoor dining, the new norm - Travel predictions for 2021 and beyond - and more.

Each week HospitalityHub now brings you the most interesting, informative and entertaining hospitality related news stories and articles from Australia and around the world

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Three Sydney bars are in the top 50 bars in the world

Despite the lockouts and the lockdowns, Sydney’s CBD has become one of the most talent-rich destinations in NSW when it comes to small bars. And you don’t have to take our word for it. -


Outdoor dining the new norm for Australian hospitality businesses

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, many Australian hospitality businesses have adapted their venues to meet COVID-safe requirements, shifting operations outdoors where there is a lower risk of virus transmission. -


The border issue for hospitality

As hospitality begins its peak trading season, venues are confronted with a new staffing challenge. Consumers across Australia have returned to venues with enthusiasm. They are buoyed by the remarkable successes that we have achieved in controlling and suppressing the spread of COVID-19. -


Travel predictions for 2021 and beyond

A new report from “Into the Future of Travel” presents some new insights and predictions for future travel trends during these unprecedented and uncertain times for the travel industry. -


Baristas are divided over correct coffee drink in HSC Hospitality exam

The coffee debate we’re usually used to seeing is one about beans – but a question on a HSC exam has sparked a “war of words” between Australian baristas. - 


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