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Need West Side Caterer for Dinner Party

Bite Me Jan 4, 2009 08:22 PM

The party will be in my home for 25 people. I have a fairly small kitchen, so I think it's best if most of the food can just be finished here. Any suggestions?

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    LadyintheKitchen RE: Bite Me Jan 4, 2009 10:58 PM

    What kind of cuisine are you looking to have at your party?

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    1. re: LadyintheKitchen
      Bite Me RE: LadyintheKitchen Jan 5, 2009 10:17 PM

      I'm speaking to the Wolfgang Puck catering comoany, if that gives you an idea. Not interested in Joans on Third. Want better food than that. I may call Patina. Not sure how good they are these days but they use to make a nice party at home. Italian would be okay. No grilling because it would have to be outside and I think it will be cold and windy. We live in Brentwood and get an ocean breeze. Italian would be okay. I would do appetizers (hot and cold), a couple of entrees, and then dessert. I may get a cake on my own. It's a birthday party for 20 people. Half are family and half friends. Someone sophisticated style of food required. Not a casual party. Does that help?

      Correction: Please ignore all the typos! It's probably a casual party - you can wear jeans and a t-shirt, but the tables will be set beautifully and the food must be top notch. Hope that helps give you an idea of what we're looking for.

    2. perk RE: Bite Me Jan 6, 2009 01:57 AM

      I've been to several dinners/parties catered by Auntie Em's. They do a terrific job. All kinds of cuisines.

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