Looking for holiday buffet catering in Boston? We’ve got you covered with a variety of selections and professional service that helps you put it together.
Why buffet service?
Let’s face it, the holidays, while they are a happy time, can also be a very stressful time, and that goes for both work and home. At work, people are busy trying to stay on top of the workload while the season unfolds, and holidays loom.
A buffet takes a lot of the stress out of holiday party planning. There are many reasons why a buffet makes the best choice for holiday party catering.
- It makes serving dinner so much easier – everyone serves themselves;
- It pleases a variety of tastes with a variety of menu items;
- A buffet gives your guests a chance to naturally mingle and socialize.
Is vegan eating popular with your crowd? Or are they fans of meat-based diets? Or both? With a buffet, you can give your guests creative combinations of dishes that allow them to create their own plates according to taste.
Combine meatballs, served with your choice of pasta and garlic bread, with veggie lasagna, and chicken stuffed with spinach with your choice of rice or risotto. Add eggplant parmigiana, and Italian sausages, and there is something for everyone to enjoy.
You can also tailor your buffet to the event.
- Is it a more formal dinner/dance? Then add upscale selections like our fresh fish with rice and vegetables, or the steak tips dinner with choice of rice or risotto. A buffet doesn’t have to mean ultra casual.
- For a more casual lunch in the afternoon, choose finger foods like chicken wings or Buffalo chicken tenders to please the crowd.
A company holiday party is a time for getting together in a casual environment and celebrating all your achievements of the year. With a well planned and executed buffet, everyone can relax and enjoy the occasion.
Founded in 1630, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States. It’s the capital of the state of Massachusetts, and its largest city. The city played a key role in the American Revolution, and is still home to many historic sites such as the Freedom Trail, a 2.5 mile walk through the nation’s history. Today, Boston is a center for the arts, business, and education.
There are many landmark sites and events in Boston, such as Fenway Park, and The Boston Marathon, which is run each year. It is a city of neighborhoods, with a diverse population and a vibrant culture, from the busy downtown and Financial District to the vibrant youthful scene of Charlestown and the melting pot of Dorchester. What they all share is a love of good food, and Italian (and Italian-inspired) classics with a modern touch.