Launched in September 2015, the quarterly Monitor provides a snapshot of pub, bar and restaurant supply in Great Britain. All data is drawn from CGA’s Outlet Index, a comprehensive, continually up-dated database of all licensed premises in the UK.
The Monitor is delivered in partnership with AlixPartners, the leading global financial advisory firm.
The fastest pace of restaurant, pub and bar openings at the moment is to be found in the north east, the latest edition of the AlixPartners CGA Peach Market Growth Monitor reveals.
Rising input costs are putting the brakes on pub and restaurant openings—but many managed and branded casual dining operators continue to expand.
Numbers of branded food pubs and restaurants have continued to grow despite fierce headwinds, the latest Market Growth Monitor from AlixPartners and CGA Peach reveals.
Britain’s supply of licensed premises has been pared back this year – but casual dining restaurants and branded food pubs remain firmly in growth, reveals the sixth edition of the Market Growth Monitor from AlixPartners and CGA Peach. Download report now.
Managed restaurant groups continued to see strong growth in the 12 months to June this year, with numbers of sites up 5.6% year-on-year, according to latest data compiled for the quarterly Market Growth Monitor from AlixPartners and CGA Peach.
Brands including Muriel’s Kitchen, Patty & Bun, Le Bistrot Pierre, Punch Taverns, Cote, Cure and Cutt, Blanchette, Five Guys and Flat Iron are among those with new opening plans to report this week.
The diversity of London’s restaurants and bars makes it one of the world’s greatest cities for eating and drinking out – but it is the growth in food-led establishments, at the expense of drinking venues, that is changing the shape of the market and leading the expansion into new areas.
London remains the indisputable hotbed of eating and drinking out in the UK, but more and more restaurant and bar operators are putting their focus on the nation’s other big cities for their openings.
Casual dining restaurants and food-led pubs continue to open up around the country – a trend being led largely by a crop of ambitious, aspiring branded chains.
Brands including Burger & Lobster, Cote, Giggling Squid, Prezzo, Redcomb Pubs, White Horse, Mu Mu, Gusto, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Zizzi and ASK Italian are among those with new opening plans to report this week.