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27 Jul Menus that Appeal to Everyone | 3 Tips

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Creating a menu to feed a large group of people often feels daunting. We have easy solutions to feeding a crowd with a menu that will appeal to everyone.

Create-your-own Food Stations. Have a picky crowd to feed or looking for an easy solution to covering all the dietary needs of your guests?  Food stations are your solution.  From our chef-manned pasta and risotto stations to taco, potato or slider bars, food stations allow your guests to customize their plate to their mood and palette.  Perfect for vegetarians, people who don’t like onions or guests that have an allergy or food intolerance, food stations are popular as part of a buffet or heavy hors d’oeuvres style reception.

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Stick to comfort classics.  It is hard to find a person that doesn’t like mac & cheese, fried chicken or cornbread.  People like food that is familiar and comfortable and this budget-friendly menu will be a nostalgic nod for many guests or a fun sampling of traditional Tennessee tastes for others.  Not in the mood for Southern staples? Comfort can be in how food is served, too.  Introduce guests to new tastes or flavors by way of a familiar plates like with our curry alfredo pasta or gourmet pork belly corn dogs.

Ask about signature dishes.  After years (nearly 25!) of feeding Nashville party goers and wedding guests, we have honed in on a few signature dishes that are gobbled up every time we serve them. Our Tuscan brussel sprouts, lemon dream chicken with goat cheese medallions, & pimento mac & cheese have been long time crowd favorites. Be sure to ask our team about signature dishes that fit your event theme or guests – we promise empty plates and happy bellies.

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Ready to plan the perfect menu for your next event? View our catering menu HERE.

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