Our Complimentary Catering Guide is a great place to start planning your event. Whether it’s a morning breakfast, business lunch, or a private event. For more information please visit \nhttp://700southdeli.com/catering-guide/ \n\n\n
We know how overwhelming it can be to order food for a catering event. And since our job, besides providing great food, is to make your job easier, we came up with our complimentary catering guide.
We are an independent family owned business, headed by two brothers who have been in the restaurant business for 40+ years, and their sons. The majority of our employees have been with us five plus years, and some have even been with us 10-15 years.
We are "yes" people, and let's face it, you have to be in this business. Being a small family business, you deal with people who truly care about putting our customers first. We know how important you are to the success of our business and we do what ever we can to help out. Whether it be a special request on a catering order, or last-minute orders; we have you covered!
This catering guide is geared toward our corporate catering expertise, but it still serves as a good baseline for any kind of event.
Do these questions sound familiar?
How much food should I order for 100 people? Wait, is it 100 people? Let me see... It went from 75 people, to 50 people this morning, and then back up to 75 people at lunch and I just got an email to add 25 more.
Now, what time should I have the food arrive? Do I have enough paper products? How many people are going to eat the chicken over the beef?
Is this the group who are the big coffee drinkers? It is cold out this morning, so maybe more people will want coffee.
Is it time to go home yet!?!
You get the picture...
Keep reading our catering guide to see if we can help you out with any of these questions. You can always give us a call as well if you can't find your answers.
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700 South Gourmet Deli and Cafe
1190 Winterson Rd
Linthicum Heights, MD
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