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Cocktail Reception

Start off an event with some elegant inhouse mocktails or bite size finger foods. Cocktail hour gives your hungry guests something to munch on while some other things are happening, like more photos or a room flip.  

Buffet Style

Let your guests help themselves with a buffet. This tends to be a more budget friendly option. It allows for more food options and gives a more relaxed feel, encouraging mingling among guests. Plus, your extra hungry guests can always go back for seconds!

Plated Dinner

Bring an elegant feel to your event with a plated dinner. A plated diner provides a formal feel and a hassle free environment for your guests since it is a sit-down dinner service.

Family Style

Family style is a hybrid of a buffet and a plated dinner. It is still a sit-down dinner yet provides a cozy atmosphere and promotes conversations among tables due to the sharing of food.

Sample Menus

Here at Harris Custom Catering, we pride ourselves on our custom menus. These are a few examples of what your menu may look like.

Sample Plated Menu

Cocktail Hour

Passed hors d'oeuvres 

Crab Cakes with Remoulade

Candied Bacon Twists

Honey Manchego Pear slices

Mini Charcuterie Boards

Plated Dinner

Garden salad with ranch or balsamic dressing

Slow cooked  prime rib topped with demi-glace

served with  red garlic mashed potatoes, roasted vegetable medley, and a roll

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Sample Buffet Menu

Cocktail Hour

Stationary hors d'oeuvres 

Cheese and Charcuterie Display

Fruit Display

 

Caprese Salad Skewers

Italian Buffet Dinner

Caeser Salad

Pizza to include pepperoni, meat lovers, margherita, and combination.

Bowtie pasta with meatballs and marinara

Penne pasta with sliced grilled chicken and alfredo sauce

Garlic knots and breadsticks

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