Women working in hospitality are invited to attend the London talk – the first of which was completely sold out - at the Our/London vodka distillery, to ask questions to a panel of female industry professionals.
The evening, will comprise discussion led by questions and issues, asked, raised and answered by the ladies of restaurants. Upon arrival, attendees will write questions on post-it notes, which will be put up on the wall and chosen at random to lead discussion.
The event, hosted by founder Natalia Ribbe-Szrok, will have a panel of woman including Frances Cottrell-Duffield (Tonic PR & Communications), Evita Rasa (general manager, Pho), Scarlett Dixon (co-founder/chef Crumble), Natalie Chassay (co-founder of Placed).
The evening is also a chance for women to network and enjoy cocktails from Our/London and food by Crumble Food. Ladies of Restaurants was launched in 2016 to give women in the hospitality industry the chance to meet up for support, advice and a drink.
Tickets are £20 and include entry, food and unlimited Our/London vodka.
The collective was launched in 2016 and is run by Natalia Ribbe-Szrok (Eighty Six List), Grace Willis (Spring) and Libby Andrews (Pho), and now has more than 3600 members from all areas of the sector.