Buffet Catering Providence RI

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Ripe Food and Events
(401) 499-5675
Providence, RI
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The Catering Collaborative
(401) 421-9431
729 Hope Street
Providence, RI
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Pranzi Catering & Cafe
(401) 383-3631
996 Chalkstone Ave
Providence, RI
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Every Occasion Inc
(401) 232-5321
10 Emanuel St North Providence
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Lombardis 1025 Club Inc
(401) 944-1025
1025 Plainfield St Johnston
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More Than A Meal Catering
(401) 440-3300
415 Friendship Street
Providence, RI
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The Gatehouse Catering Company
(401) 521-9229
4 Richmond Square
Providence, RI
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Siternet USA
(401) 722-0849
87 Stedman Ave Pawtucket
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Plan2party
(401) 949-2948
15 Peace Pipe Trl Smithfield
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Party Playhouse
(401) 232-1661
375 Putnam Pike Smithfield
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Party ideas: What Party Guests Really Love - Page 2

Buffet vs. sit down. Casual affairs are made for buffets, and for some guests, the lighter the food, the better. "A lot of people don't want to eat heavy pasta at night. If we're doing an adult birthday party, we may serve two kinds of salad-perhaps barley with cranberries, or cold orzo with feta cheese and olives-plus steak and a green salad."

On the other hand, she notes, sit-down dinners work better when the band or other entertainers need to take breaks, or when a wedding or other type of reception calls for traditional rituals (or formal presentations) that need to be done in sequence and in a timely fashion.

Chicken Fingers

Give the kids what they want. While many kids have become accustomed to sophisticated cuisine, "most kids won't go near the adult food," Beth contends. "Mozzarella sticks, pizza bagels, chicken fingers, and quesadillas are still preferred by the majority of younger guests," she says.

Adults love kids' ice cream desserts. Not many people can resist the popular chocolate fountain or ice cream sundae bar that's often set up for the kids. "Whenever there's a make-your-
own-sundae bar, you see adults coming from the elaborate dessert displays to get a scoop of ice cream with sprinkles and chocolate syrup."

Décor Matters

Make the surroundings special. There's a big difference between casual entertaining and an elaborate affair. If elegance is the goal, she notes, the décor must reflect it. Don't skimp on flowers, china, table linens, or...

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