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Catering

Hello!  Our wedding is at Frazier museum and we must choose from a list of preferred caterers.  I'm not sure where to begin, so I'm looking for recommendations.  As always, looking for the best food for the lowest cost.  Here is the list to choose from:

- Bristol
- Clements
- Hyatt Regency
- Jarfi's
- Ladyfingers
- La Peche
- Mastersons
- Naiman's
- Silver Spoon
- The catering company
- Vincenzo's
- Wiltshire Pantry
- BAJ Catering

Thanks so much for any recommendations!!

Re: Catering

  • squirrlysquirrly member
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    edited December 2011
    I love Bristol's food. 

    I was unimpressed with the Hyatt's food at a week-long work conference we hosted there.  Not bad, but very, very forgettable. 

    I would NOT use Jarfi's.  I have yet to be impressed with anything I've had from them, ever. 

    The rest. . . I *think* I've had a few, but I'm not sure, so I don't want to comment. 
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  • ATRS525ATRS525 member
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    edited December 2011
    Thank you for your recommendations!!
  • ZachandMereZachandMere member
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    edited December 2011
    Vincenzos is good and I've heard good things about Mastersons and Ladyfingers.  I'd make sure that I got to eat exactly the menu way before the wedding just in case.  Also, if you don't like certain ingredients in things (I'm a huge hater of onions) I'd ask if they can do a dish without them (some companies are a little more accomodating than others).
  • RosemaryCBRosemaryCB member
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    edited December 2011
    I love Ladyfingers.  LaPeche and Silver Spoon are also great.  Masterson's can be good at times, too.
  • squirrlysquirrly member
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    edited December 2011
    There was a bad review of Silver Spoon in the other open caterering thread today, actually, Rosemary, and I think I've read some others on here in the past. 

    Do they have ties to any of the area restaurants or anything?  I'm tring to remember if I've had their food (that I  know of) and I'm drawing a blank. 
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