Celebrating Memorial Day Weekend During Covid-19


 

We know this is not how you planned your 2020 celebrations. While we all know that there will be hurdles that pop up when planning special events, we definitely were not picturing a global pandemic! Graduations, weddings, and all the celebrations we were excitedly planning are all being reimagined—and not in a fun way. Like winning the lottery. Memorial Day Weekend is usually the kickoff to summer fun. What is usually a weekend full of good food, family and friends are going to look a bit different this year.

Following the CDC Guidelines

In the catering business, we know how to react to an unexpected need for change. While it may not be what we want, we know following CDC guidelines and advice from the experts is crucial. We always advise customers to “let the pros do what they do best!” We are proud to work with professionals in the business from bakeries to wedding planners and understand that expertise is key to success.

Remembrance

Picnics, Barbecues, Pools Opening, the start of summer! Memorial Day is tied to many of our favorite things. Just like all the other celebrations that are having to adjust, so is a holiday we all look forward to. Remembering why the holiday exists can help give us some perspective. Thank you to all the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. We honor you. And while the extra stuff makes the holiday feel special, what matters most is very much still a part of the day.

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The weekend air is sure to smell of grills and bonfires. Even with social distancing, everyone can still enjoy the foods we associate most with the holiday. Whether you ordered from our Memorial Weekend Menu or are grilling up your own burgers—we would love to hear what your favorite part of your weekend menu is!

Cocktail Recipe:

A Spicy Strawberry Lime Margarita is the perfect blend of summer: fun, hot, and fresh! Choose a cup that fits your theme or mood: we like the mason jar look.

Spicy Strawberry Lime Margarita

(recipe from Ali Stagnitta)

  • 8 oz. Patron Silver
  • 4 oz. Patron Citrange Lime
  • 12 Fresh Strawberries
  • 4 oz Fresh Lime juice
  • 2 oz simple syrup
  • 2 cups ice
  • Half of a fresh jalapeno

Blend ingredients. Garnish with strawberry and jalapeno coin

Coming up next month:

Graduation Specials!

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