Yesterday we brought you 11 awesome restaurants to host a wedding but what if you find a super rad venue that doesn't serve food on premise? No worries, we've got you covered with the best spots that will come to you. So, without further ado, something old, something new...never mind, here's the best 11 restaurants that will cater your wedding, mapped.Read More
11 Best Minneapolis Restaurants That Will Cater Your Wedding
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Chef Shack Ranch
Choose one: marrying the man or woman of your dreams or having a big boy ranch plate? You can have both when the lovely ladies of Chef Shack cater your wedding. They offer it up truck style or buffet. It's your day. [Photo: Chef Shack]
Chowgirls Killer Catering
So, it isn't technically a restaurant but it is going to be one of the best caterers you'll find in town. They hold the title of Minnesota Bride Magazine’s “Best of Bride” Award for seven years running and bring local, organic, and seasonal ingredients plus expert beverage parings. [Photo: Chowgirls]
D'Amico & Sons
D'Amico Catering has a list of catering venues (including Walker Art Center, Mill City Museum, and Calhoun Beach Club) but also will tend to any off-site location as needed. The group behind restaurants like Masa and Cafe & Bar Lurcat offer a wide range of options from heavy hors d' oeuvres to plated seating to buffet style. [Photo: D'Amico Catering]
Holy Land - Northeast
Holy Land keeps it authentic and casual with its catering menu. With options like hummus, gyros, and baklava, guests will leave full and happy. [Photo: Alison T/Yelp]
If you want Sea Change to cater your wedding, you have to get married at the Guthrie so actually what's the problem? The views and colors from the Guthrie's Blue Box plus the fresh, sustainable seafood menu from top local chefs makes this pair one of the best bets in Minneapolis. [Photo: Wikipedia]
Broders' Cucina Italiana
If you weren't aware, the Southwest cucina, pasta bar, and wine bar also caters. It could be considered a little informal for a wedding but no one will notice when eating that fresh pasta. [Photo: Broders']
Boca Chica Restaurante Mexicano & Cantina
The iconic Westside St. Paul Mexican restaurant does large parties including weddings. An in-house catering manager will answer all your questions about what size enchilada trays will suit your wedding the best. [Photo: Boca Chica]
Something blue? No, something green. As in green curry. Sawatdee brings full service, authentic Thai cuisine to large parties including weddings. They also have staffed catering planners and the option for catered bar service. [Photo: Sawatdee]
Lake Elmo Inn
Lake Elmo Inn is one of those places that you might tend to forget about if you don't venture outside of Mpls/St. Paul proper. They have a killer family-style brunch and they also cater. In house, preferred vendor, or at a location of your choice, the event planners and chefs have got you covered. [Photo: Lake Elmo Inn]
Known for it's restaurants around town, Crave also has a full service catering business. With its preferred venues being some of the best sites in town (Muse, Aria, JJ Hill Library), the pair is an obvious combination. [Photo: Crave]
DeGidio's Itailian restaurant on West Seventh in St. Paul is family owned and operated since the early 1930s and offers approachable, savory Italian fare. They cater weddings and even offer table linens, chafing dishes, china, silverware and more at very reasonable prices. [Photo: Google]
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