Big City. Homemade Celebrations. So many milestones. You have lots to plan. We do it all. Whether it’s a first birthday, bar mitzvah, dance recital, fundraiser, parent meeting, gala, school benefit, christening, or photo shoot,
we cater it all, from big to small. From the park to the pier and every street in between our social event planners will help to mark your occasion with delicious food & drink, personal service and creative touches.
WE CATER EVERY TYPE OF SPECIAL OCCASION
It’s all about customizing – colors, logo’s, party flavors & games. The Mitzvah circuit in NYC is bigger, better and more extravagant than ever. While great music, a legendary Horah and candle lighting are still central moments of each celebration, defining and designing a concept has become the norm. While themes still come up now Read more
Wedding Venues – You made a commitment, we’ll hold your hand. The New Year has come and gone and as the early days of January unfold, we see in an influx of wedding inquiries. The start of the New Year has our recently engaged, ready to plan and Deborah Miller Catering is on call, excited Read more
Each wedding season it seems as though a plethora of bridal trends make their way off the runways and magazines and into the aisles and receptions of millions of brides and brides to be. If you’re getting married this year, or have recently become engaged (which, by the way, congratulations!) chances are, you’ve already Read more
Now that we’re halfway through April and officially into spring, we can’t help but have fiesta on the brain. Maybe it’s the fact that we have a new guacamole bar complete with toasted pepitas, fresh pomegranate seeds, fresh sliced jalapenos and chorizo crumbles, or maybe we just have a serious hankering for salty chips and Read more
Tips to Navigating a Farmer’s Market Radishes, Peas, Beets, oh my! April is one of our favorite months of the year not only because of the blissful feeling of change and warmer weather that accompanies the season, but also because it is the freshest, most vibrant time of the “food year.” In other words, it’s Read more