Post # 1
Is it ok to ask for a 2nd menu tasting?
When I had the first one it was just my mom and I because I live in TX but getting married in PA so my Fiance wasnt there. We are going to be in PA at the same time just once before the wedding and I really want him to taste it and pick some apps to nail down the menu. Is it rude? Should I offer to pay?
Post # 3
it’s not rude to ask, because the worst thing they can do is tell you no. i would expect to pay for it though.
Post # 4
We had a second tasting, for a way more superficial reason. The venue just asked us to come in on an afternoon, at 4pm to be specific, where they were having a wedding a short time later. It was probably easier for them at that time. They gave us one plate of each item. We offered to pay but they didn’t charge us.
Post # 5
Catering companies want to keep your business. They should do the 2nd tasting free, as you’ll be giving them business! Definitely ask, and make sure they don’t have a fee, but again, they should be doing anything to keep you happy.
Post # 6
Most caterers I talked to were happy to do a second tasting – for a fee.
Post # 7
Ok good cause I already asked in a email and then had the thought “omg is this rude”. I love our caterer so I would have no problem paying. Thanks ladies!
Post # 8
We had a second tasting, only because the first tasting went so poorly (umm.. they had bacon in the vegetarian entree, then served it to a vegetarian who unknowingly ate it).
Post # 9
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Post # 10
I was hoping to do two tastings. One to decide between certain things and then a second one to make sure everything went together. I don’t think it’s rude to ask.
Post # 11
You can but expect to pay for it. I personally don’t see the point as different chefs come and go and the food may be different at the time of your wedding anyway.