Please join us live on Facebook this Thursday at 4pm (click here for the event link) as we discuss the real COVID stories from some of our leading bar operators.
From today, hospitality workers who have been impacted by the crisis can register with proof of RSA at www.hennessyforhospo.com.au to claim a takeaway or dine-in $50 meal voucher at one of the participating venues nationally
In the middle of coronavirus lockdowns, Erin Reeves shared these words on what the hospo world will look like when lockdown is over
Restaurants and bars in NYC are still take-away only but talks are under way about phasing into regular service. We spoke to Aussie expat Sam Ross (of Attaboy fame) as the city was under coronavirus seige.
Diageo Bar Academy is the world’s top training, networking and inspiration hub for bar professionals. To support everyone during this time, the Diageo Bar Academy is upping the game and accelerating training and activity, digitally.
#RAISEYOURSPIRITS platform is launching a second round of Bartender Advice sessions focusing on ‘Back to Work’ skills. Hosted by Peter Hollands thanks to Bacardi-Martini Australia.
Since our update last Friday, there has been some welcome news from both the Victorian Premier, Dan Andrews as well as NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian in relation to the cautious lifting of restrictions in cafes, restaurants, clubs and pubs.
To help those most affected by the changes caused by COVID-19, Pernod Ricard launched Meals for Mates – an initiative pledging over $100,000 worth of free meals via Deliveroo.
A bullet-point breakdown of the easing of coronavirus restrictions nationwide for the hospitality industry that may impact your trade for this weekend
When it comes to reopening bars, “there’s definitely going to be a shift in terms of our customers that aren’t ready for that leap,” says Chau Tran at Burrow bar in Sydney.
Bartenders can go through the hospitlaity COVID-19 hygiene training now, which has been developed by the Australian Hotels Association.