Category : Design

Why you should adapt your pub to meet all-day dining trends

Rosie@cartwrightcommunications.co.uk

Today customers have the choice to eat what they want, whenever they want. As a result, many pubs have made strategic business changes to successfully compete in ‘all-day dining’ to meet this trend that dominates the industry.

The majority of pubs also have outside areas which can be used to fulfil the huge and growing desire we have to eat alfresco. This is a vital USP for the pub trade. High street restaurants might have some limited pavement seating and retail mall eateries can’t offer outside eating at all.

So, if you’re a pub owner or landlord who has decided to take the plunge to offer all-day dining, what do you do next? As maintenance, design and fit out experts, here are some clues to keeping your pub looking good at all hours of the day.

The biggest myths about interior designers dispelled

Ash Dhindsa

Giada Schioppa is an architect and interior designer at Fresssh Image. Here she provides her views on common misconceptions associated with interior designers with some top tips if you’re considering employing one.

For those managing hotels, restaurants and bars and thinking about changing the design or look and feel of a venue, employing an interior designer might well be a wise choice that can save you a lot of time and hassle. However, to get the best out of working well with a designer, there are some things to consider before approaching one:

  • Decide on a design brief – putting as much of your vision down on paper as you can
  • Do we have brand guidelines in place for the designer to work to?
  • What do we want the role of our interior designer be?
  • What added value will an interior designer add to the project?

Stick To The Knitting

matt@cartwrightcommunications.co.uk

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