I used Prime for catering a few times for offices in the area. Their food is actually quite delicious, really. It's healthy. However, they are overpriced, and for the money paid on catering orders, you would think they'd at least give free paper plates and utensils, right?
I find it ridiculous that they charge a few dollars extra per person for paper plates and utensils. Even beat down pizzerias give free plates with delivery orders. They don't sell liters of anything to drink so that's an extra couple dollars they sneak in per person for individual drinks. At the end of the catering order, I realize I can get double the food with free utensils and plates for the price of what prime charges, elsewhere.
It's tasteless of them to lack courtesy for customers who would use them more for catering deliveries if they managed their customer relations a little better. It's really unfortunate because I, along with others I know in my field, would use Prime for orders if they were more reasonable.
I work close by and Prime has never failed on delicious lunch and dinner offerings. You definitely get what you pay for. My favorite is the Asian Steak Salad. Only downside is parking but it's definitely worth finding a spot for.
OMG! Where do I begin with Prime Fine Catering? First off.....it is one of the best off site caterers I have EVER had the pleasure of dealing with. I was referred to this place by one of my neighbors in the Hamptons. I was planning a welcome home/psuedo wedding party for my brother and his family. I met with Henry and he became my event planner. From tent, to tables, to chairs, to flatware, to china, to glasses, to servers, to cooks, to bartenders, and THE FOOD. The event went off without a hitch. The servers were good looking, personable and helpful. The cook was unreal. They just used my kitchen to make the spectacular feast! They set up all the tables, arranged the place settings, passed the hor d'overes (sp?), cooked the food, grilled the food, set the food out, made the drinks (I supplied the alcohol). When the party was through they wrapped all the left overs up, put everything away, prepared all the rentals to be picked up by the rental company. They left my house cleaner than when they arrived.
Everyone raved about the food and to this day (the event was during the late summer of 2010) when I mention Prime Caterers, everyone just says oooohhhhh.
How Do Catering Companies Throw a Super Sweet 16?
When a little girl hits that special age of sweet 16, she can only think of one thing: her sweet 16 party! How can this party be as awesome as she truly wants it to be? If you are a parent preparing to through your little girl the party of a lifetime, you probably have a lot of questions and concerns. The good news is, you aren’t in this alone! Catering companies are experts at throwing an awesome sweet 16, and Prime Catering is here to see that your daughter has the time of her life. Here are some guidelines to help you along the way, so you don’t get too overwhelmed in the process.
You should be thinking about your daughter’s sweet 16 party about 3 months before the big day. This is a good time to get some major details out of the way so things can run smoothly as the party gets closer. If you want the party to be intricately detailed, feel free to start planning even a month earlier. Here is a to do list that you can keep in mind as you get into the pre-party planning stages:
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Getting the finalized plans for your sweet 16 should start about six weeks before the date. Go through the following checklist to make sure everything is all set.
Whether it is catering a sweet 16, or wedding catering, the team at Prime Catering is here to help you throw the event of a lifetime! For any further tips on how you can wow your guests with an amazing event, contact us today!