Big City. Homemade. So many choices. So much food. It’s all good! From drop-off catering to chef – manned stations, corporate meetings to private events, Deborah Miller Catering & Events will provide a delicious, fresh and individualized menu for any occasion. We are constantly working in our kitchens to infuse our offerings with innovative, whimsical and mouthwatering additions that will
please every palate. Our company possesses a liquor license and can deliver full service bar menus as well as creative signature cocktails and playful drink experiences. In addition to our vast menu offerings, the team at Deborah Miller Catering & Events loves designing personal menus for you. We look forward to sitting together to create your perfect food and drink moment.
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Over the last several months, the team at Deborah Miller Catering has been working to update our drop-off catering menu and various breakfast, lunch, and happy hour packages. While we definitely believe in the “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” mentality, we also like to keep things fresh and give our customers the best Read more
A Whimsical Bar Mitzvah at The MUSE A few weeks back, the team at Deborah Miller Catering had the privilege of planning a personal event for a corporate client. This client is on the Events team at her company and has planned both simple drop-off catering orders with us, as well as several cocktail parties Read more
A Summer Party at 620 Loft and Garden Earlier this month, we were tasked with putting together a summer party for a youth organization based in Edmonton, Canada. The event was hosted by the Archdiocese of New York, and the space was donated by commercial real estate firm Tishman Speyer, which meant using one of Read more
Planning an Engagement Party on the Wavertree Ship At any given moment throughout the year, the team at Deborah Miller Catering will receive a requestto cater a personal event, which may take place at a private residence or another unique location. We recently planned an event exactly like this for a client who was gathering Read more
In the months of May and June, Americans celebrate Mother’s Day and Father’s day respectively, and pay tribute to parents/grandparents with cards, gifts, and sweet gestures. Fun fact: Mother’s Day became an official U.S. holiday in 1914, and while Father’s Day was celebrated for the first time in 1910, it did not become a national Read more