Wet and stormy weather across Britain put a dampener on people going out to eat and drink over the Easter holiday weekend, latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker show. Leading managed pub and restaurant groups collectively saw like-for-likes sales just 0.2% up on Easter last year.
Managed pub and restaurant groups saw sales growth flatten out in February. Latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker reveal a 0.0% like-for-like sales rate for the month against the same period last year.
Pub and restaurant groups have reported a solid start to 2016, with collective like-for-like sales in January up 1.9% on the same month last year, according to latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker.
Pub and restaurant groups saw collective like-for-like sales increase 1.8% over the six-week Christmas and New Year period. Latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker show that after a slow start most of the uplift came in the last two weeks of the festive season.
London’s pub and restaurant trade saw sales dip in November in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks. Public nervousness about going out led to a 1.5% decline in like-for-like sales in the capital, with chain restaurants feeling the biggest impact, according to latest figures from the industry’s sales barometer, the Coffer Peach Business Tracker.