Our caterer is an award-winning chef named Amy PIttman-Heglund, or better known as "Amy Cakes."  While baking is her claim to fame, don't let the name fool you, she can create a variety of dishes no matter the taste or budget. Born and raised in Chicago, Amy has been baking in 5-star restaurants and hotels for over 20 years. 

King of Catering

(Dinner Options for ​Minimum 100 Guests)


The Traditional- $17*

Roasted Bone-in or Parmesan chicken
Green bean with almonds or  green bean casserole or mix vegetables  

Bow-tie pasta with a white cream sauce & fresh tomatoes or herb- roaster potatoes or sashed potatoes with skin or classic rice pilaf
Garden or Caesar Salad.

 Bread & butter, tea, lemonade & water.
Price includes plates, glassware and silverware, cloth napkin, & staff to serve the cake​.


The Favorite- $21*

Everything above plus a beef entrée such as brisket with sashed potatoes & gravy


​​Tex-Mex-$18*
Combination chicken / beef fajitas with the traditional onions, peppers, beans, rice, guacamole, sour cream,
shredded lettuce, shredded cheeses, and pico de gallo. Also includes flour or corn tortillas with chips.


Backyard BBQ-$ 24.00* 

 Combination of sliced brisket with  BBQ sauce, grilled chicken breast, and sausage.

 Creamy coleslaw with carrots, back beans, and roasted potatoes.

 
​​Appetizers

400 Cocktail Size Meatballs with assorted cheese and crackers/bread  $350*.


 Mac & Cheese Bar with  chicken bites,  crumbled bacon, sour cream, mixed vegetables and of course more cheese! $5.00 pp 

​​Carved to Order

Herb rubbed turkey breast $4.95/pp  Served with herb cranberry & baked rolls

Round of beef  $5.25/pp  Garlic & herb roasted, Dijon mustard &  baked rolls

  Beef tenderloin  $8.00/pp  Mustard & pepper tenderloin of beef, horseradish cream sauce & fresh baked rolls

Prime rib $8.25/pp  Garlic rubbed prime rib of beef with brandy sauce 

Spiral Ham $5.95 pp honey glazed with baked rolls 


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People sometimes ask us the question, “which is better for my wedding reception, a sit down dinner or a buffet?” It can only be answered by you. The two styles are different but each offers elements of indulging your wedding guests with your menu items.  The decision as to which style of food service depends only on how you’d like your guests to enjoy their delicious wedding fare.  A sit down dinner  does incur a higher service fee due to the amount of servers required.

 
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