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Below you will find helpful information regarding the ins and outs of catering in New York City. From finding the perfect venue, to how to legally serve alcohol, we've got you covered. Keep scrolling to find out how to throw the perfect event. Thanks for reading!

How do I serve Alcohol legally at My Wedding or Catered Event?

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If you’re planning a wedding or event it’s easy to overlook one small yet very important detail. The detail we’re talking about? Liquor service permits.

Alcohol service at events can be difficult, mainly because it requires dealing with the New York State Liquor Authority (NYSLA). Or figuring out if your venue has reached their quota for temporary permits.

While serving liquor at a party does demand attention to the legal details, it doesn’t need to be that difficult.

So let’s take a look at the legalities of liquor service permitting. By the time we’re done, you’re going to feel like an expert.

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How to Hire a Party Rental Company for my Event

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Party, Wedding and Event Planning in New York City

If you’re reading this, you’re already on the right track towards finding the ideal caterer for your special event. But regardless of whom you hire, even if you’re planning a simple event, you’re going to need all the “stuff” that goes with the food: Tables, chairs, decorative elements and so on.

This can be a confusing part of the process, but it needn’t be. As busy NYC caterers, we help many clients navigate the world of party rentals on a daily basis, and we’re here to make the process easier, not more complicated.

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Finding A Special Event Venue in NYC

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In a way, our job as Brooklyn caterers is simple. (It’s not, actually, but hear me out.)

We help clients conjure up their dream catered meal, figure out the most effective, expedient—and delicious!—way to transfer that dream to the plate, and then come game day, ensure that every single guest gets the exact same experience on every single plate.

Simple, right?

But the setting is just as important. And time and time again, we find that selecting a venue can be among the most challenging parts of the event-planning cycle.

Why? For starters, there’s sheer numbers: Renting a venue is expensive. People worry they’ll make a mistake in choosing, and be left regretting their decision when the space doesn’t live up to expectations (or when hidden costs get, well, unhidden).

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