We all love being invited to dinner parties, a catered girls-night-in, or a happy hour with friends and family. It’s the perfect opportunity to enjoy leisure time with the ones you love, savor great meals, and even indulge in that new spot in town you’ve been dying to try out.
However, if you’re the one hosting these get togethers, the excited, carefree nature of the dinner party may be slightly different. For the host, there’s a lot happening behind the scene: menu planning, food prepping, and schedule coordinating - it can feel like there are just too many moving parts.
Luckily, that’s where we step in. At DEFINE foods, we don’t want these overwhelming tasks to take the joy out of hosting, so we’ll do the work while you sit back and relax with your guests.
How It Works
The process begins with an initial request. Simply give us a call or book online, and let us know the following:
- The type of event you’re hosting
- The expected number of guests
- The date and time
From here, we can decide if you want your event to include:
- culinary demonstrations and conversation
- provided recipes
- and/or distributed handouts
Whatever you choose, your DEFINE foods catered event will always supply plant-based, healing menus custom designed for your event.
Hosting an event has never been easier, and with us, you can expect the meals to satisfy all nutritional needs. We even accommodate seasonally focused parties (think: a Valentine’s Day breakfast or a New Year's Resolutions brunch!). And choosing to have Natural Foods Chef Erin O'Leary Stewart demonstrate the recipes being enjoyed at your party will leave you and your guests with a gift you can enjoy time and time again.
Let your creative mind run wild, as this is where the fun begins. We can cater to whatever theme you’ve got in mind. Whether it’s a baby shower, cocktail party, or bachelorette dinner, we strive to create unique and memorable dining experiences that leave you and your guests with full bellies and none of the party-planning stress.
And, with the year 2018 coming to a close, the opportunity to host a party has never seemed better. Consider events like:
- A personal “Healthy Through The Holidays” dinner
- A New Year’s cocktail party
- A fresh, vibrant, plant-based brunch to kickstart healthy habits in 2019