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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Written by Raele Sabounjian 7 Reasons Why Our St. Patrick’s Menu Will Make Everyone Feel the Luck of the Irish St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and with such an extensive Irish population in the United States, the holiday has become as infiltrated into American culture as the Fourth of July. Even though Read more
Written by Raele Sabounjian 7 DMC Dishesfor Employee Appreciation Day Employee Appreciation Day. It’s one of those cute and random corporate holidays that creeps up on companies large and small once a year. Some may take it seriously, some may not. But if Boss’s Day actually became somewhat of a thing, with many bosses across Read more
Written by Raele Sabounjian Celebrating International Women’s Day at Deborah Miller Catering As women’s voices get louder and more powerful, International Women’s Day has also grown and become more significant year over year. We think this year will be especially meaningful after all of the recent scandals that have come to light, and there couldn’t Read more
Written by Raele Sabounjian February and 70 degrees. After the brutal winter we’ve had this year, we don’t think any New Yorker will say no to this unexpected heat wave, but let’s be real, it’s also a bit bizarre. Just to recap, it snowed 6 inches over the weekend. Yes, last weekend. What does one Read more
Written by Raele Sabounjian Well, it’s almost that time of year again. Cinco de Mayo. Most non-Mexicans think this day commemorates the glorious independence of Mexico. Not quite. It actually celebrates an unexpected victory of the Mexican army against Napoleon III and his French forces on May 5, 1862, at the Battle of Puebla. But, Read more