Top Hospitality News & Ideas This Week

By: HospitalityHub
17 December, 2020

This week: Lab-grown meat to make historic restaurant debut - The best new restaurant openings of 2020 - QLD pub for sale, comes with 2 ghosts - and more.

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Lab-grown meat to make historic debut at Singapore restaurant

Lab-grown chicken meat will make its debut at a Singapore restaurant in a culinary first this weekend after the company behind the product announced its inaugural sale Wednesday. - au.news.yahoo.com

 

Hospitality staff offered $1000 sign-on bonuses as industry deals with worker shortage

Online advertisements are offering hospitality workers across Australia sign-on bonuses of up to $1000, sparking concerns a labour shortage could mean a price hike in food and drinks for the sector. - news.com.au

 

The best new restaurant openings of 2020

Opening a new restaurant is always challenging. Opening a new restaurant and weathering the storm of 2020 requires Herculean levels of grit, determination and resilience. We toast the best new openings around Australia from the past 12 months. - gourmettraveller.com.au

 

Your guide to summer's best eating and drinking

It's been a hell of a year, one of loss, burnout and fatigue, but renewal, change and growth, too. - goodfood.com.au

 

Barcaldine's Shakespeare Hotel is up for sale and comes with two ghosts

The nearly 100-year-old hotel, which is up for sale, comes with a few extra features most pubs don't boast: the owner says the building is home to two ghosts. - abc.net.au

 

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