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Discussion in 'Westside' started by 1shinysideup, Aug 6, 2012.

  1. Any one have a recommendation for a caterer to serve 100 people at a not so formal reception in W. Seattle? Simple, pasta, chicken and some apps?

    Already have a few quotes but, not trying to spend $3500 (if possible)..
  2. Mic

    Mic Retired

    35 dollars per plate for a fully catered meal is not completely out of the question.

    You're asking someone to buy food, prepare the food, and then pay people to serve the food. It's not cheap.

  3. Grantizzle

    Grantizzle Moderator Staff Member

    wtf? are you hosting a vagina monologues seminar or something?

    why not beef, beer, and shots?
  4. 50 Shades of Grey reading :evil4:

    Mic, I agree that's not bad considering all the work / effort put into it, just looking for some recommendations
  5. He's also asking for other recommendations, it's called shopping around.

    Take a look at They're fairly flexible when working within a specific budget and their menu looks delicious.
    Last edited: Aug 6, 2012
  6. Buy a keg, roast a pig and get some paper plates.
  7. Texasl

    Texasl Totally Charming Retired Moderator Staff Member

    Please be kidding. If not, turn in your Man Card immediately. crackup:

    Unless, of course, there is a "Yes, Dear" involved and indoor sleeping privileges at stake.
  8. Bingo
  9. sent him a pm, thanks.

    Yamacrab, thanks, I looked into those guys previously.

    For the rest of you trolls.... troll on..:mrgreen:
  10. This is even too fancy for my taste, I'm trying to appease a 91 year old feisty Grandma!
  11. Texasl

    Texasl Totally Charming Retired Moderator Staff Member

    Keep the Man Card. Grandma definitely trumps.
    1shinysideup likes this.
  12. Thanks man.
  13. Fixed4u
  14. Hi, I am the GM of a restaurant in Ballard called the Hi-Life. I have a few contacts for catering that can work with budgets and can customize a menu for your needs. Give a an email at for more info and I'll give you a call.

  15. Try Bard Donovan. Not only is he a fantastic Ducati tech he makes some of the best bbq you've ever tried. Does catering on the side in addition to his day job.

    He's in Seattle although his fb page makes it seem like he's in Oregon.
  16. Thanks for the recommendations (and pm's), we have it sorted out!