Wedding Day Dinner


Wedding Day Dinner

There is a lot of planning to make your wedding day the Perfect Day. Planning the food and making sure none of your bridesmaids get “hangry” is just one of a million details. Let us take on that detail for you, and cater a beautiful meal that will please all of your guests.

The menu below is a sample from one of our catered spring 2017 wedding events. Featuring a Cocktail Reception and a three-course meal, this particular menu was planned for a party of 30 with full table service.

Contact us to arrange your own perfect menu – and let us help you with your day.

Cocktail Reception

  • Seared Scallops on Sourdough Crostini with Caramelized Onions & Aged Cheddar
  • Croûte aux champignons on a Crisp Topped with Emmental Cheese
  • Champagne Poached Lobster on Tasting Sppons with Avocado & Cilantro
  • Sundried Tomato, Black Olive & Feta Wraps
  • Double Smoked Pork Belly with Roasted Shallots & Bing Cherries
  • Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail with Trio of Dipping Sauces

Father of the Bride: Welcome Toast just before Dinner

Menu

1st Course

  • Classic Lobster Bisque infused with a Sherry Reduction & Cream

Vegetarian Option:

  • Tomato Basil Bisque with Folded Whipped Cream

2nd Course

  • Crepe Wrapped Spinach, pear Salad with Creamy Tarragon Dressing and Candied Pistachio Praline

3rd Course

  • Slow Roasted Herb Rubbed AAA Prime Rib with Classic Beef Jus, Yorkshire Pudding and Whipped Horse Radish
  • Baby Roasted Medley of Root Vegetable with Fresh Sage & Virgin Olive Oil
  • Salt & Pepper Crusted Fingerling Potatoes
  • Butter Braised Asparagus
  • Vegetarian Option:
  • Phyllo Pillow Stuffed with Sweet Julienne Carrots, Red peppers, Sautéed Leeks & Goat’s Cheese

A special menu was provided for one particular guest: 

  • Tomato Bisque – No Dairy
  • Phyllo Pillow Stuffed with Sweet Julienne Carrots, Red peppers, Sautéed Leeks with Lobster & Artichoke Hearts
  • Fresh Berries for Dessert

Sweet Table

  • Wedding Cake, cut by Bride & Groom after the meal.

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