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Feb 22, 2024

Mastering Catering for Large Meetings and Events

Organizing a seamless event involves meticulous planning, and one crucial aspect that can make or break the experience is catering. Whether you’re hosting a large corporate meeting or an industry event, ensuring your attendees are well-fed is paramount. Here are some valuable tips and tricks to master the art of catering for large gatherings.

1. Know Your Audience: Understand the preferences of your audience. Are they health-conscious, diverse in dietary needs, or more traditional in their tastes?

2. Quantity Matters: Calculate the number of attendees accurately. Having a surplus is better than a shortage, but too much excess can lead to unnecessary waste.

3. Dietary Diversity: In today’s diverse workplaces, cater to various dietary needs. Include vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options to accommodate everyone.

4. Partner with The Shop Workspace: Simplify your catering needs by choosing The Local Eatery and Bar, our onsite food hall. With seven diverse food stalls, including The Salt, Habibi, Enko Ramen, Super Chingon, Pokeologist, Pop’s Burgers, and Apr├Ęs, you’re guaranteed to satisfy every palate.

5. Streamlined Experience: The Shop Workspace offers a centralized catering solution, making it easy for event organizers. Choose from a variety of cuisines without the hassle of coordinating with multiple vendors.

6. Budget-Friendly Options: The Local Eatery and Bar provides affordable yet high-quality catering options, ensuring you stay within your budget without compromising on taste.

7. Convenience at Your Fingertips: Make catering a breeze by leveraging the convenience of our onsite food hall. Everything you need is within The Shop Workspace, saving you time and effort.

8. Customize Your Menu: Tailor the menu to suit your event theme or company culture. The diverse options at The Local Eatery and Bar allow for customization to align with your vision.

9. Place Your Order in Advance: To ensure a smooth catering experience, communicate your needs and place your order well in advance. This minimizes last-minute stress and allows for any necessary adjustments.

10. Gather Feedback: After the event, collect feedback on the catering. Understanding what worked well and what could be improved will help enhance future events.

By incorporating these tips and partnering with The Local Eatery and Bar at The Shop Workspace, you’ll elevate your event’s catering, leaving a lasting impression on your attendees. Enjoy the convenience, variety, and quality that our onsite food hall brings to your next gathering.