(Closed) How much is your caterer charging you? LA/OC area.

posted 13 years ago in Los Angeles
Post # 3
41 posts
  • Wedding: June 2001

I’m not sure what kind of food you’re looking for but this restaurant was featured on Style Network’s show "Wedding Altered" as a very affordable caterer: http://www.stonefiregrill.com/SF.html

Post # 4
28 posts
  • Wedding: April 2009

I haven’t had any personal experience, but I did check out Jay’s catering and they seemed really affordable:


And I love Stonefire Grill!  Although, I’ve only done catering for a dinner for four.

Post # 5
50 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2008

I did tastings with The Spot in Altadena and The Kitchen for Exploring Food in Pasadena. I thought both are excellent but DH liked The Kitchen better so we ended up using them.

Their price is pretty reasonable. They can work with your budget. I HIGHLY recommend The Kitchen. We did not have a DOC but our party manager John Robinson was excellent.

My friend ended up using The Spot for her wedding in which I was her DOC. Their price is slightly lower than The Kitchen and the food is good. But I thought my party manager and wait staff was better than hers.

PM me with your email if you want to see the sample menu and prices from both places.

Post # 6
370 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2009

I gave a few caterers my budget and let them figure out what they could do with it. I’m using http://www.cpcatering.com/ and they were really good about working with my budget, for example 3 hor’d ouvres instead fo five, chicken and pasta buffet, one starch one veggie and salad. Ours came about $40 a person too but that includes cake cutting, bar service, decoration for the buffet table and a coffee bar.

Stone Fire grill is great but I’m not sure if they do everything a professional cater would do (serve, clean up, drinks etc) 

Where’s your venue?

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