From Asian-fusion tacos to a farm-to-table feast, these local caterers offer a little something different and can help you create a sit-down or buffet-style menu that speaks everyone’s language of love.
Our Daily Brett can do full service catering or drop off for a more casual buffet.
Photograph supplied by Phil Crozier
Hotel Arts expands its extensive and exquisite catering options beyond its front door all the way to your specific wedding venue. Surf’s up with the mind-blowing Seafood Extravaganza that includes all of the shellfish that you could imagine — and more.
Indulge the senses with Our Daily Brett’s fresh take on wedding catering. Known for their gorgeous farm-to-table-style plating, the ODB team will transform your tabletops into works of art with charcuterie boards, ingredient-rich salads and main courses. Depending on your style of wedding, they can accommodate full service on-site catering or provide drop-off for your casual DIY buffet.
Could anything be cooler than a food truck pulling up to your wedding reception? Ideal for a backyard wedding, the pan-Asian taqueria, Taiko Taco, is the perfect mix of trendy and tasty with its seriously delicious taco combinations. Picture devouring 24-hour sous-vide pork with kimchi slaw and a gochujang glaze as you toast your dearly beloved.
Looking for a Mediterranean vibe for your post-nuptials meal? Look no further than the freshest eats from the Middle East. Tazza Deli and Grill in Bridgeland has you covered with rich, fresh-tasting and colourful platters featuring midnight snacks like hummus, a falafel station, charcuterie and baklava — all made from scratch, in-house.
A well-stocked bar is a welcome addition to most weddings. Whether people are flipping toonies into a jar or you’ve hired professionals to shake and stir, a signature cocktail will really bring down the house. When we asked the mixologists at Sugar Water Pop-up Bar & Cocktail Catering about how to create the ideal signature cocktail, they went a step further and designed one exclusively for readers of Avenue. Strawberry takes the spotlight, anchored by herbaceous cynar (a classic Italian liqueur) and fresh rosemary, creating a juicy drink with complex flavours that are still accessible for cocktail newbies.
1 oz. cognac
½ oz. Vieux Pineau des Charentes (a wine aperitif)
½ oz. cynar
1½ oz. strawberry compote
½ oz. lemon juice
Shake with ice and strain into a glass of your choosing. Garnish with a sprig of rosemary.