Sauce Communications is a leading lifestyle restaurant PR agency. From working with the Gordon Ramsay Restaurants group as its empire was established, to handling all PR communications for Jason Atherton’s Social Company restaurant group, Sauce Communications has been at the forefront of headline-making restaurant developments in the UK and beyond since 2001.
Deftly detecting the next big thing on the restaurant scene time and again, Sauce Communications has built on every restaurant PR success by continually striving to represent the most dynamic businesses, spot innovative ideas and relentlessly reassess the role of a restaurant PR agency. For example, in its work for the Dirty Bones restaurant group, Sauce Communications suggested and executed the introduction of an Instagram pack for patrons of Dirty Bones Denman Street, to address the lack of natural light in the restaurant and capitalise on the rise in popularity of Instagram dining. This simple idea, effectively and efficiently pitched as a hospitality PR story by Sauce, led to London, national and international media coverage as its went viral, culminating in becoming a discussion point on the television show Good Morning America. Thanks to the dynamism and resourcefulness of its experienced work force, Sauce Communications proved just how far a restaurant PR agency can take its clients with just one great idea.
Such examples make it clear why Sauce Communications is the restaurant PR agency of choice for so many big name and quality hospitality ventures, from Big Easy, Blanchette and Salt Yard, to Coq d’Argent, Tom’s Kitchen, Pollen Street Social and Theo Randall at The InterContinental Park Lane.
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