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What Is A Pop-Up Bar?

Have you ever been somewhere familiar when, out of nowhere, the next time you go a small bar has appeared? Or perhaps you’ve attended an event where there’s a temporary bar there serving beers, cocktails, or other drinks. Once you’ve gotten over your absolute elation (don’t worry, we’ve been there!), you’ve more than likely established that the bar is a pop-up bar.  But what …

Jayne Owen Joins Servaclean Team

As part of the continued success of Servaclean, we are pleased to announce that Jayne Owen has joined the team as our Sales Administrator.

Jayne’s main role is to be the first point of contact for new customers, providing support and guidance. Her positive approach, welcoming voice and attention to detail make the very first Servaclean interaction a positive one.

We sat down with Jayne recently …

Servaclean, a company in Yorkshire that’s Proud to be Yorkshire.

Ey’ Up, it’s Yorkshire Day! As a through and through Yorkshire company, we are proud to be celebrating this fantastic holiday. We have called Yorkshire our home for the past 34 years, and we don’t plan on changing that.

What do we do?

Our goal has always been to become a dominant force in hospitality. We have constantly been growing as a company and expanding our …

Q&A With Our New CAD Technician

Here at Servaclean, we love to get to know our team well, so when Fabio, our new CAD Technician, joined us, we just had to do a mini Q&A!

How have you found your first months at Servaclean?

‘My first month at Servaclean has gone by very quickly and I have had the chance to see an array of projects go from planning stages to assembly …

Are You Ready – Winter 2022

The Christmas period and the weeks proceeding is traditionally a busy time of year for bar owners, and we predict 2022 to potentially be one of the busiest for many years, with Christmas parties and people socialising with friends and family and catching up on the last two lost Christmases.

In 2022 though, an event that creates a huge opportunity for bars and restaurants is …

Tips for Designing a Bar

So you’ve made the plunge! You’ve decided to go ahead and open your own venue. You’ve signed the papers, worked out your finances, and you’re ready to start the best part: designing your space.

But hold on!

While it’s super easy to get carried away and go with the first design you like, it’s important to make sure your bar, restaurant or hotel is fit for …

Wakefield-based cafe and restaurant group opens fifth Yorkshire site

Wakefield-based The Capri Group has opened its fifth cafe and restaurant, Capri at the Containers, in Stourton near Leeds. The business, which has been owned and run by Paymen Karimi and his family since 1996, already operates Capri at the Vine and Capri Horbury in Wakefield, Capri Mirfield in Mirfield and Capri Café Capri Woodkirk in Tingley.

Karimi told the Business Desk: “There are very …

Positive Changes in the Hospitality Industry

The Hospitality sector has shown strength, resilience and flexibility to develop and diversify business models to cope with the ever-changing Covid legislations of the past couple of years.

Below, the team at Servaclean look at some of the positive things that have happened and that are here to stay.

Outside Areas

Outside areas have developed from a couple of basic tables and chairs to bespoke pods, luxury …

Solving Staff Shortages

In light of the current national staffing shortage and growing pressure of an increase to the national living wage, together with inflation and rising energy costs, the prospect of recruitment can be daunting to any employer.

As a bar owner, you may be left with the question of whether you should hire more staff to cope with demand and allow your business to grow.  It …

Does Your Bar Need a Speed Rail?

A key consideration when it comes to designing and planning a bar is not just the space you have but what bar equipment you need and how the layout affects efficiency when bartenders need to make and serve drinks quickly at busy times.

If bar staff don’t have everything they need within arm’s reach, it means they’ll need to turn their back on customers to …

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