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Whether you’re looking for boxed lunches or an exquisite dining affair, we are here to make your vision come to life. Our goal is to make you look good and ensure your guests have an enjoyable experience by serving fresh and thoughtfully created menu items that are custom-tailored to your unique needs.
We invite you to explore some of our most popular menu options and service styles. We have catered all types of events with many specific requests. If you would like to discuss options not covered here, rest assured that our team will work with you to accommodate your wishes.
Style of Service
Wedding buffets are a great way to give your guests the opportunity to create their own plate based on their individual tastes and preferences. Our buffets are artistically displayed and offer guests a wide meal variety.
If you’re a casual couple or prefer to keep mealtime interactive and conversational, a family-style might be right up your alley. Despite the seemingly casual name, this option, which encourages guests to mingle as they pass large platters of food around the table, is as common at a black-tie wedding as it is at a backyard bash.
The traditional plated dinner is among the most common types of wedding meal service. Mostcouples choose to have two or three courses served at the tables and then set up dessert stations or have treats tray-passed on the dance floor.
Strolling dinner stations mix the best parts of buffets with the most elegant aspects of a sit-down dinner. Guests mix and mingle while eating. With this “more modern” style of service, you can serve a wide variety of foods, and guests are encouraged to walk around and explore the possibilities.
Hors d’Oeuvre Reception
If you enjoy snacking on many different types of foods, an Hors d’Oeuvre reception will satiateyour appetite. Hors d’Oeuvres are usually served buffet-style or passed on trays by service staff. In French, hors d’oeuvre means “out of the ordinary” and has long referred to a course of light food served prior to or in between heartier courses. Craft beers and specialty cocktails are often served at hors d’oeuvres parties alongside the food.
All menu prices reflect food only. Menu items and prices are subject to change based on season and availability.