Considerations When Planning a Wedding at a Waterfront Venue

Getting married is a joyful experience, but planning the wedding can be overwhelming. One crucial decision is choosing the right venue for your special day. If you're considering a waterfront venue for your wedding reception, there are a few important considerations to keep in mind.  Scenic Views and Weather One reason couples consider a waterfront venue is for the stunning views it provides. However, it's essential to consider the weather conditions in the area where the venue is located. [Read More]

How To Craft The Perfect Corporate Event Menu

Are you planning a corporate event and want to make sure your menu is a hit with everyone? You've come to the right place. Creating a great corporate event menu isn't rocket science, but it requires careful thought to create a menu that will have everyone talking. Take a look at some of the key elements you should consider when creating the perfect menu for your corporate event.  Choose Food That Everyone Will Enjoy  [Read More]

Reasons To Consider More Delivery And Less Sit-Down Dining

Not long ago, if someone was "eating out," you could assume they were going to a sit-down restaurant where they would sit at a table and enjoy their meal on-site. Sit-down restaurants certainly still exist, and they are still popular. However, more and more people are eschewing sit-down dining in favor of having their food delivered directly to their homes. This is something you might want to consider doing more often yourself. [Read More]

Information For The Catering Company That (Almost) Doesn't Involve Menu Planning

When you start looking for caterers for an event, your focus is most likely on the food. That's understandable since the food is the whole point of having catering to begin with. But there are some nonfood issues that caterers need to know about in order to provide the right level of service. Catering is not something that you want to leave to assumptions. You don't want to assume the caterers will know everything about your event — you will need to tell them. [Read More]