Each month we track the most exciting new openings across the food and beverage hospitality sector. To give you some insight into what's caught our eyes we've rounded up our highlights below.
Rudy's Neopolitan Pizza, UK
Rudy's has already made a name for itself in the north of England, specifically Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Birmingham, and now the chain has opened its doors in the capital. Serving up pizzas using 24-hour fermented dough and ingredients that are imported twice weekly from Naples - the feel and taste is truly Italian.
Crome London, UK
Another exciting opening in the capital this July is Crome London, serving up various takes on French Toast alongside an array of exciting coffees including Spanish Lattes and Crome Coloured Lattes too. Read more here.
Grain, Hong Kong
Woolly Pig Hong Kong and Gweilo have collaborated to create Grain, part gastropub, part craft beer R&D brewing facility called 'Brewlab'. Head Chef Matthew Ziemski has created a menu that complements any of the 24 brews on offer.
How Matcha, UK
A brand new Matcha & Dessert Bar has opened this July in Marylebone, London, devoted to the green powder originating from Japan across a range of food and drinks, aptly named How Matcha! The new cafe features a range of drinks, both hot and cold, as well as a selection of snacks and sweet treats. Read more here.
Lure Fishbar, USA
Lure Fishbar, part of the successful group of New York restaurants, has opened its first Chicago location. Well known for its wide selection of sushi alongside its burgers with many New Yorkers opting to share a burger as an appetiser.
Moon Cruller, Australia
Kate Reid has already wowed Australia with her croissants and now she is turning her hand to crullers at Moon Cruller, Melbourne, something she first ate whilst in New York. For those not in the know, crullers are deep fried choux pastry, in a ring shape with a soft interior similar to eclairs and a crunchy exterior like churros.
We showcase a more comprehensive list of the most noticeable openings from around the world over on the trendhub. Subscribers can see this list in full here.