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Experiences with "Chefs at Work" Caterers?

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My Fiance and I are planning our wedding and are looking into the Alder Manor in Yonkers. The venue seems spectacular (from the pics, I haven't toured it yet) yet if we choose the space we are locked into a caterer - "Chefs at Work." Does anyone know anything about them? We are big foodies and can't stand the idea of typical drab wedding food at our reception. Help!

On a side note - if anyone knows a historic venue with great food that holds 200 people and does not exceed 200 bucks a head..please let me know!

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    1. Hi, just curious if you ever checked out Alder Manor and/or got any feedback on the caterers? We're also looking for a venue in the NY/NJ area and I'm thinking about checking that place out....but wanted to see if you had any luck with getting more information.

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      1. re: mabinqueens

        I was looking for information on Chefs at Work as well. Were you able to get any information?

        1. re: BRILET219

          My fiancee and I are getting married at Alder Manor next May. We have not had the tasting yet with Chefs at Work, however the owner used to own a restaurant on Central Ave that was very good. Pasta e Pesce.

          1. re: kmwilliamson

            I am thinking of having a wedding at Alder Manor and was wondering if the caterer provides linens and dinnerware, etc.

            1. re: goodfoodlover

              I don't have the answer to your question, you might want to ask it here http://greenweddingshoes.com/real-wed... They did quite a bit of work on the house... two years ago it was a complete disaster inside and out.

              1. re: chowdom

                Just want to piggyback all the other posts and see if anyone has any experience with Chefs at Work and have any feedback they can provide. Thanks.

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