Catering companies are a dime a dozen in San Diego. But how can you tell which caterer has what it takes to serve your next corporate event? Which catering company offers the options you’re looking for and has the flexibility you need?
CowgirlQ offers a few different types of catering options for corporate events in San Diego. Consider the benefits of each one and imagine the possibilities.
Exhibition cooking is an opportunity for you (and the catering company) to show the incredible process of preparing BBQ, specialized displays, and various dishes. Chefs are trained to engage with guests and deliver a truly memorable experience.
CowgirlQ has a mobile rotisserie smoker that is used to prepare whole hogs and butcher-quality cuts of meat. Guests will have a front-row seat to the mesmerizing process of cooking, removing, and serving mouthwatering cuts of meat.
Action stations are where food is prepared right before the guest. Cocktails, desserts, dumplings, sushi, salads, and other specialty foods can be made according to individual guest preferences.
Consider action stations as part of the food and the entertainment aspects of the event. They’re a great way for guests to connect with one another while enjoying their favorite foods and drinks.
If you’re having a large event, a buffet is a great option for serving large amounts of food and meeting dietary restrictions. CowgirlQ can make modifications to select dishes to remove gluten, dairy, meat, and other allergens. Be sure to let our team know in advance so we can come prepared to meet the needs of each guest.
Similar to the way we eat dinner with family, guests are seated at a table and encouraged to interact with one another while enjoying their food. The food can be as luxurious or casual as you’d like. Reach out to CowgirlQ to learn about our menus and your options.
Formal corporate events typically have plated service, in which guests are seated and served by wait staff. This type of catering is convenient, organized, and very elegant. Hosts are able to control how much food is consumed, making it easier to meet budget requirements.