Due to the current public health concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, we are temporarily offering limited in person or delivered catered events. Our office will remain open as we assist clients with future needs. Tastings and in-person meetings will require a scheduled appointment. We will be reevaluating the situation daily to determine when it is safe and allowable to provide in-person catering and look forward to the resumption of festive gatherings!

CONTACT US

Planning an event? Please fill out the form so we can better understand your party.

If you’d prefer, you can send us an e-mail at info@asharperpalate.com or call the Events & Sales number listed below. One of our event planners will follow-up with you shortly. We look forward to helping you put the details in place!

By filling out this short form, you will allow us to provide menu and pricing information for your upcoming event. If you have any questions during this process, feel free to contact us at 804-553-0495.

Hors d’oeuvres – Guests eat when they want
Our hors d’oeuvre menus range from light fare to those which equate to dinner. They are designed to be easily eaten so your guests can relax and mingle. The menus can be a combination of butlered or stationary items, and often include cooking stations to deliver a wide variety of interesting foods. Since these menus do not require a knife, there is no need to seat your entire guest count. We usually recommend seating for one half.

Dinner Buffet – Guests all eat at the same time
Buffets are designed for self-service and usually include two entrees, a starch, vegetables, bread, and dessert. Since these menus generally require a knife and fork, we suggest seating for your full guest count. Butlered hors d’oeuvres can be a nice addition to your pre-buffet cocktail hour.

Plated – One to three courses served to guests at a specific time
Our plated menus consist of multiple courses that are artfully presented and served to your entire guest count while seated. Passed hors d’oeuvres are a nice complement to your pre-dinner cocktail hour.

Family Style
These are similar to a buffet menu in that they usually include 2 entrees, a starch, vegetables, and a dessert. The difference is the food is all brought individually to the table on platters for self- service by the guests. These menus generally require extensive staff and rentals.

Cooking Stations
Stations can be a fun addition to a buffet or hors d’oeuvres menu. These stations may be attended by a chef or set up as a self-serve presentation.