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Penne for Your Thoughts: Creative Catering Tips for Your Next Corporate Event

Penne for Your Thoughts: Creative Catering Tips for Your Next Corporate Event

You’ve been tasked with the responsibility of organizing the next corporate party for your company.

As the department head, you may be the go-to person for everything work-related, but when it comes to planning events, you could use a little help!

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You’ve already booked the venue and made arrangements for the decorations. Now, all that’s left is the catering. You don’t want to serve something simple. You want your guests to have a good time.

Luckily, we’ve got all the secrets to making sure your event is nothing less than spectacular!

Here’s what you can do:

Stay Away From Lunch Boxes

Lunch boxes have been becoming a thing at corporate events. But that doesn’t mean you should go with that idea! It may be convenient but you want to serve food that’s fresh, delicious, and good quality.

Lunch and bento boxes are made and packed a day before they’re supposed to be delivered. Furthermore, food shouldn’t be kept out of the fridge for more than two or three hours. By adding pre-packed lunch boxes to the menu, you’ll risk your guests falling sick.

A Salad Bar!

We’re not just talking about leafy greens here. We’re talking about a proper salad bar with a variety of options to choose from!

From Russian salad, to pasta and potato salad, there are plenty of options you can consider. Make sure to keep the salad bar away from the main buffet table. You can place it near the appetizers and snacks. This way, if anyone wants to have salad instead of the appetizers and snacks, they have plenty of options to choose from.

Similarly, you can also create a small, colorful sushi bar with various types of sushi for those who don’t like salads.

Willy Wonka-Sized Chocolate Fountain

Yes, chocolate fountains aren’t just for birthdays! Add a giant chocolate fountain to the event and it’s guaranteed to satisfy your guests’ sweet tooth.

DessertMake it even grander by serving macaroons, brownies, cupcakes, peanut butter cups, and champagne jelly cubes.

If that’s not what you want to go for, you can even create a small, customized candy buffet.

A Cuisine Extravaganza

Why stick to just one cuisine for the main menu? Why not just combine different menus to create a cuisine extravaganza? On one side of the table, you can serve Italian, and on the other side, you can offer Pan-Asian cuisine.

Make sure to pick two or three dishes from at least 4 different cuisines. You should also offer vegan options for vegan guests.

If you’re looking for event planning companies Bay Area, you’ve come to the right place!

We’re one of the leading catering companies Bay Area that has the experience and expertise to ensure your corporate events are nothing less than amazing.

Feel free to get in touch with us to book our services.

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