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doozer123 Jan 25, 2010 11:17 AM

I'm looking for an off-site caterer in Montgomery County to cater a bridal shower lunch in my home for about 20 people. Does anyone have any good recommendations?

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  1. bucksguy14 RE: doozer123 Jan 25, 2010 06:15 PM

    Though not located in Montco, this is a caterer we've used a number of times for events in both Bucks & Montgomery counties. Good food, good servers, reasonable prices, lots of menu choices and they'll make other things if you can describe it well. The website is - http://www.bacchusmarket.com/

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      Chefpaulo RE: bucksguy14 Jan 26, 2010 04:53 AM

      So glad that Bacchus is still around. I haven't seen the owner, Tracy, in 10 years but I'll also toss in a vote for Bacchus Market. She puts out an excellent product and I'm happy to hear they will come out this way. Thanks for the update!

      CP

    2. kissdadish RE: doozer123 Jan 26, 2010 05:48 AM

      Provence Catering out of Jeffersonville (Montco) or Feast Your Eyes in Phili (they will travel anywhere).

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        littlejacket RE: kissdadish Jul 23, 2010 08:04 AM

        Hi there.
        Just wondering if you could give me more information on both of these. Feast your eyes website hasn't been updated in 4 years...just wondering what you thought more specifically about both Provence and Feast your eyes...catering an event in Camden County, but live in NYC...

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          xtian RE: littlejacket Jul 27, 2010 07:46 AM

          Provence Catering is a mess.

          Feast Your Eyes is much better, plus they really utilize local produced foods as much as possible.

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        Displaced California Foodie RE: doozer123 Jan 29, 2010 04:19 PM

        "Jack Francis Catering" in Conshohocken. Look no further: The food is fabulous and your guests will love everything, Check out their website. Free delivery/set up.

        http://www.jackfranciscatering.com/

        Yummy- Now I have to think of a reason to have a party!!!

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          Kshell RE: Displaced California Foodie Jan 30, 2010 01:38 PM

          I second Jack Francis, California Foodie! They are fabulous. I have used them at least a dozen times in the past twenty years for everything from my wedding reception, bridal and baby showers for friends and various firm parties. Very professional and courteous.

        2. AmblerGirl RE: doozer123 Feb 2, 2010 04:39 AM

          The owners of Maddie's in Norristown do small catering jobs and do a great job. They do custom menus for whatever you are looking for - from casual to formal. They are personal friends and I have eaten ALOT of their cooking and they are amazing chefs and have really reasonable pricing.

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            cgarner RE: doozer123 Jul 28, 2010 09:54 AM

            Curds 'n Whey in Jenkintown does catering... they have GREAT food and I"ve heard really good things about their catering

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              Displaced California Foodie RE: cgarner Jul 28, 2010 06:09 PM

              Jack Francis Catering" in Conshohocken. Look no further: The food is fabulous and your guests will love everything, Check out their website. Free delivery/set up.

              http://www.jackfranciscatering.com/

              Their food is very fresh. Before you try Curds and Whey- stop in and check out their deli- the food did not look very fresh to me. The prepared salads looked dry....

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