On the big day, Events Catering provided a plated spring mix salad, passed appetizers of bacon-wrapped scallops, crab balls, caprese shooters*, and a table of veggies and cheeses just to get things started. Dinner was a buffet af...
fair with pit beef, pulled pork, turkey, potato salad, and mixed veggies. Everything was a hit!
While Brian was our main point of contact and great to work with, we would be remiss if we didn’t also applaud his staff that worked the event that day. They were incredibly accommodating and very pleasant as they went about serving our guests. Even with small things like holding the doors open while the wedding party was being introduced, it was clear that they were there to help make the day successful rather than just do their job and go home. For the prospective brides- and grooms-to- be reading this, you can be confident that while your guests are being well tended, you, too, will be receiving the royal treatment. One of the greatest concerns and regrets you hear from couples is that they never got to eat the food and drinks that they just spent months meticulously arranging. Thanks to the catering staff, that was not an issue for us. A dedicated staff member ensured that we had appetizers set aside for us and the wedding party and that we always had a drink in hand if we wanted it (For your HIMYM stalwarts, think Linus and the Kennedy package).
Regardless of the event you’re planning, Events Catering has our unreserved endorsement. If you are simply having a backyard party, you can expect the food to be spot-on and Brian to be pleasant to work with. If you are having a full-blown wedding bonanza with multiple vendors and countless moving pieces, you can expect the above along with a caterer committed to making the event a success, from the first days of planning right up to the last dance.
*Caprese Shooters – Brought to you by the tried-and-and true caprese on a toothpick, the caprese shooter brings some new flare to a classic oldie. Skewered on a pipette filled with balsamic vinegar, the mozz and tomato slide into your mouth just as you squirt the balsamic into the mix for a coalescence of flavor unrivaled by more conventional methods of ingestion.