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Black and White Hospitality Signs Deal to Open MPW Restaurant in South Gloucestershire

Black and White Hospitality, which owns and manages the franchise rights to eight Marco Pierre White restaurant concepts has signed a deal to open a new restaurant in South Gloucestershire.

Located at The Gables Hotel in Falfield, the 104-cover restaurant (60 in restaurant / 44 in bar), which is planned to open towards the end of June, will be a Marco’s New York Italian and will utilise the hotel’s current bar and breakfast area.

Nick Taplin, Chairman and CEO of Black and White Hospitality added: “On the back of a two-year pandemic, to announce a new venue is fantastic news. The New York Italian fits perfectly with the environment of The Gables Hotel’s customer base and we’re hugely excited to work alongside the team there to get this new venue open as soon as possible.

“We have a strong pipeline of potential new venues and we’re working hard to get those over the line in the next few months. It also demonstrates that owners and investors are now looking ahead to…



Families wanting to make sure their mothers are made to feel special this Mothering Sunday should consider booking a table at one of Marco Pierre White’s restaurants.

Shaped by the tragic death of his Italian mother, Maria Rosa Gallina, when he was just six, the famed chef and restaurateur know all too well the importance of making the most of having someone special you can love, appreciate and have around for advice.

He now wants families to make sure their own mothers know how much they mean by treating them to a fabulous meal out.

Despite his fearsome reputation that made him arguably the first, world-renowned, superstar chef, many might be surprised to know that the one dubbed the original ‘enfant terrible’ is not only a very humble and private individual but holds highly the importance of family.

Families who now pop along to any one of his restaurants on 27 March will really be able to show their mums how much they meanwhile enjoying a ‘Pink Grapefruit…