Food, coffee service, lemonade and ice water
All serving dishes, and utensils
China and cutlery for guests
White linen tablecloths for ALL tables, including guest
tables at $5 per table
Decorated tables for buffet, cake, bar, gifts, guest book
and beverages
Silver champagne bucket and toasting goblets for the
bride and groom
Cake knife and server, plus cake cutting service at
no charge
Set up, service and clean up
Licensed and insured bartenders
King County Health Department approved servers
We offer free consultation and reliable referrals.

Prices start at $20 per guest

Along with providing a delicious variety of food, we also include in our prices services which will help make planning your event as simple as possible.

We can work with a budget and have an extensive portfolio of pictures of events we have catered.We offer great customer service as well as rental arrangements and decorator packages.

*Prices are subject to change without notice.

Most events serve alcoholic beverages The most common offerings are beer, wine and champagne. Signature cocktails are very popular and full bars can be accommodated as well. Occasionally, receptions will offer just coffee and punch or strictly non alcoholic drinks.

Here are some tips for planning the beverages at your reception:

We are licensed and insured to serve alcohol, we are not licensed to purchase alcohol for resale (to you).
You provide your own alcohol which saves you money.
You might want to get a rider on your home owner’s insurance policy for the date of the event, or consider
Wedding Insurance.
Be sure to check of the requirements of your facility regarding liquor. Banquet permits can be obtained online through
the WSLCB website.
We offer a complete package including a licensed and insured bartender, ALL ice and icing tubs for your beverages.
We provide plastic glasses, napkins, corkscrews and bar towels with our package.
If you choose to serve bottled water, we will be happy to serve it at the bar.
If you serve sodas, pop or soft drinks, we recommend that you purchase large bottles rather than small cans as guests
are inclined to take a can or bottle of a soft drink and not finish it. It is better to offer smaller servings at the bar.
If you are planning to serve mixed drinks, it will be necessary to have two bartenders.
A 12 bottle case of wine or champagne will provide 75 drinks per case.
A Keg is 180 12 oz. beers. You will need to transport, have Taps, and think about how you want to keep it cold during
the event. You will also need to supply glasses for the keg.
Not everyone will have champagne for the toast. We prefer to open the champagne as needed.
Typically, the DJ will announce the toast just before the cake cutting. We will serve champagne at the bar, place bottles
on the tables if you wish, or provide a rolling cart.
It is helpful to have a Drink Menu printed and framed at the bar so guests will know what is being served.
It is also helpful to have phone numbers for several local taxi companies in case someone should someone need help
getting home.
We will stop serving a guest and notify the host if someone is under age or seems intoxicated.

There is a $1,000 deposit to reserve your date. This is subtracted from the balance. We charge a per person fee. This amount includes the food, china, silverware and ALL linens. We also include coffee and ice water. We accept Visa and Master Charge credit cards but checks are the preferred method of payment. Half the balance is due 60 days prior to the event. The remaining balance and checks for the staff are due 15 days before the event. Please be conscientious about paying on time, we promise not to be a week late for your wedding.

Headcounts can be adjusted up or down and buffets are very stretchable. We do not charge for children under age 10, but suggest you have some juice boxes, snacks and perhaps a pizza that we can warm up for you.

There is an additional charge of $200 for facilities that do not have a kitchen or facilities that have large flights of stairs.

We allow one server per 50 guests plus a lead staff person. These people are paid directly by you. The lead person/chef is paid $400 per job. The serving staff are paid a flat fee of $225 per person per job. This is what is known in the industry as “portal to portal” service. That is: the service staff come to my catering kitchen, load the van, travel to the event, unload and set up, service the event, clean, repack the van and return to the shop. This takes approximately 8 to 10 hours. Washington state sales tax for food and beverage is 9.5%. Industry standard for service charge is 18%.

We do not charge a cake cutting fee or a corkage fee. We do supply a silver champagne bucket as well as a cake knife & server. We place a box under the cake table to hold any cake parts such as columns or plastic cake plates that must be returned to the baker. We will leave these parts in the kitchen for you.

*Alcohol Policy: We must check ID on every guest who looks under 30 years old. No alcohol can be served to any person who seems to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Any guest who shows signs of being intoxicated after being served, will have their drink removed. We do record any alcohol related concerns in an incident log book, as required by law. We will notify the host and make sure the person has a safe ride home.

We have white plastic icing tubs to hold your beer, champagne and white wine. We will purchase ice for your event. If you are having a keg for beer, you will need to have a cooler and ice to chill it. It is also important to arrange for a pump and keg cups. Some venues have rules about keg use, be sure to check with your facility. If someone appears to be drinking too much, we will also alert the host and discontinue serving that person. Some people like to carry an insurance rider from their home owner’s policy on the event for their event. This is a fairly reasonable expense and adds another layer of security to your special occasion. Our bartenders are licensed and insured to serve alcohol. We are not allowed by the government to purchase alcohol for resale, but we can serve the alcohol when the host purchases it. This saves you considerable expense. We do not charge a corking fee. Some hosts like to have a list of taxis available.



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