Menu for May 19th

Hot Entrée Menu $9.95 per person

Asian Chicken Teriyaki over Rice

Egg Roll with our house dipping sauce

 

$8 Bottles of Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Moscato

Sandwich and Salad Combo $6.50 per person

Chicken Salad Sandwich

Caesar Salad

*Add a bag of Lays chips for $0.50

Free Delivery or Curbside Pickup between 11am – 5:30 pm

*order by 4pm the day of or in advance

Credit Card payments over the phone only

10% of sales will be donated to local food banks and shelters.

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Menu For May 18th

Hot Entrée Menu $9.95 per person

Beef Stroganoff over Bowtie Pasta

Green Beans with Red Peppers

Garlic BreadBLT Ingredients

$8 Bottles of Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Moscato

Sandwich and Salad Combo $6.50 per person

BLT Wrap with Pesto Mayo

Garden Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

*Add a bag of Lays chips for $0.50

Free Delivery or Curbside Pickup between 11am – 5:30 pm

*order by 4pm the day of or in advance

Credit Card payments over the phone only

10% of sales will be donated to local food banks and shelters.

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Menu for May 15th, 2020

Hot Entrée Menu $8.95 per person

Hot Roast Beef Sandwich

Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

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$8 Bottles of Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Moscato

Sandwich and Salad Combo $5.95 per person

Ham and Turkey Wrap

Garden Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

*Add a bag of Lays chips for $0.50

Free Delivery or Curbside Pickup between 11am – 5:30 pm

*order by 4pm the day of or in advance

Credit Card payments over the phone only

10% of sales will be donated to local food banks and shelters.

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Menu for Thursday, May 14th

 

Hot Entrée Menu $8.95 per person

Baked Herb Chicken with Bearnaise Sauce

Mashed Potatoes

Vegetable Medley

$8 Bottles of Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Moscato

 

Sandwich and Salad Combo $5.95 per personCajun-Turkey-Club-Sandwich-4b-620x930

Club Sandwich

Caesar Salad

*Add a bag of Lays chips for $0.50

 

Free Delivery or Curbside Pickup between 11am – 5:30 pm

*order by 4pm the day of or in advance

Credit Card payments over the phone only

10% of sales will be donated to local food banks and shelters.

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Menu for Wednesday, May 13th

Hot Entrée Menu $8.95 per person

Pork Tenderloin Sandwich

Tater Tots

Honey Glazed Carrots

$8 Bottles of Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Moscato

Sandwich and Salad Combo $5.95 per person

Turkey Sandwich

Garden Salad with Ranch or Balsamic Vinaigrette

*Add a bag of Lays chips for $0.50

 

Free Delivery or Curbside Pickup between 11am-5:30pm

*Order by 4pm the day of or in advance

Credit Card payments over the phone only

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Menu for May 12, 2020

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Hot Entrée Menu $8.95 per person

Bacon Wrapped Meatloaf

Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

Buttered Corn

 

$8.00 bottles of: Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Moscato

Sandwich and Salad Combo $5.95 per person

Chicken Bacon Ranch Wrap

Caesar Salad

*Add a bag of Lays chips for $0.50

 

FREE Delivery or Curbside Pickup between 11am to 5:30pm

*order by 4pm the day of or in advance

Credit Card payments over the phone only.

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Omaha Catering Company Providing Creative Solutions

Our team at Patricia Catering and Cocktails prides ourselves on being flexible, adaptable and reactive. Events require detail-oriented planning, out of the box thinking, and sharing the vision of our customers. From the planning process to the execution of a successful event, the event itself requires creative solutions to unexpected situations that inevitably arise.

Because of the nature of this industry, we are adept to rise to the occasion of our current situation.

How We’re Responding

At this time, our kitchen and office remain open. Our healthy and limited staff are following all the precautions advised by the city, state, and CDC. We are taking delivery and pickup orders, and we are available to answer any questions regarding scheduled events and orders, as well as, the events you are just starting to plan.

How the Community Can Help

As other industry leaders have mentioned and brought to attention with the hashtag #SaveEvents, please consider rescheduling events before canceling if your specific circumstances allow. Not only will this give the events industry an opportunity to bounce back stronger, it will also give our community hope and relief that the celebrations will continue on as this passes.

Customized Catering Solutions

Flexibility is crucial for situations like this, and we are happy to help customize the details to create a solution for everyone.

Starting Monday, March 23rd we will have meals available for delivery and pick up. Menus will be posted the day before to help you plan. This service will be available between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. for orders with a minimum of 5 people. Payment can be made with a credit card by phone.

To support our community, 10% of sales will be donated to local food banks and shelters.

We are proud to be part of the Greater Omaha community working together through a situation that is affecting all industries. Please remember this is temporary and will lift. Our hearts go out to all the bridal parties, families, venues, vendors and companies who are being impacted.

Build Your Own Menu

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Choosing a Caterer for Your Wedding

After winding down for the holidays, February is the start of preparations for wedding season! The  American Express Spending and Saving Tracker consumer report found that an estimated six million couples are likely to get engaged on Feb. 14. Combined with all of the Christmas and New Year’s engagements, February is the busiest time for couples searching for and booking vendors for their Big Day.

Find the Right Caterer for Your Omaha Wedding

As you book your venue, make sure to see if there are catering restrictions or recommendations. Your catering candidate list may get narrowed down to help you find the best fit. During your search, company websites are a great resource to learn more about the company. If pricing isn’t listed, email, or call to find out more information.

Choosing the Menu for Your Wedding

Start brainstorming what kind of food you want at your wedding and reach out to the catering companies that you think will fit your budget and the vision of your wedding reception.

Step 1: Make a list of the catering companies you are interested in checking out.

Keep the following in mind:

  • Your Budget
  • Style
  • Scope of services

Step 2: Set up a Tasting

  • What kind of tastings do they offer?
  • How much are the tastings?

Step 3: Choosing a Menu

A good catering company will take your budget, guests, and them into account when suggesting menu options. If you have your heart set on a particular menu but can’t afford it at full-service rates, the catering company may suggest a buffet style to offset the cost. There are many ways a catering company can guide you in making the best choice for your big day without breaking your budget.

Why Choose a Tasting?

A tasting gives you a great idea about the style and presentation of each caterer. It is also a good indication of the taste of their food. It is not necessary to taste everything on your menu, but feel welcome to ask your caterer all the questions you have. Keep in mind the season of your reception date and the season of your tasting. If they are not the same, then some items you are interested in may not be in season come your wedding day.

Looking for an Omaha Caterer for Your 2020 Wedding?

Finding the best caterer for your unique wedding takes time and patience.  Make your list with some online research, then pick up the phone and call each caterer on your list. You can learn a lot about a catering company with a short one-minute phone call. They should be friendly, professional, and be able to answer your questions.  If we made your list, call us today, we’d love to answer any question you have.

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The end of a decade

We wish you all happy holy and holly days.

As we are wrapping up the Christmas party season, our office elves delivered some holiday treats to our Avery Plaza neighbors. Delivering sweets always earns a few smiles!

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2019 recap

From Corporate Box Lunches to wedding receptions, 2019 was a year full of versatile events that all shared some common factors—delicious food, professional service, attention to detail and wonderful partnerships with customers.  Everything you might expect from an Omaha Catering Company.

Looking back, some events that highlight the delight of variety (whether in location, food or service required) stand out in our minds.

Redstone Advertising Business Party at Sozo Coffeehouse

Guests enjoyed a sophisticated Hors D’ Oeuvres buffet at the Downtown Omaha coffee shop.

Life Runners Benefit Banquet

The Pro-Life nonprofit’s benefit included a plated dinner with bite-size gourmet desserts and bar service.

Wedding Reception at Bellbrook Clubhouse

The Bride and Groom had an intimate Caribbean destination wedding, so they picked a color scheme of ocean blues. They treated their guests to Prime Rib carved on-premise and a Host bar of beer, wine, soda and a Blue Champagne signature drink.

Mayors Dinner

The annual Mayor’s Dinner is always a treat to plan with appetizers, a mocktail and summer buffet. China place settings add a lovely touch and the backdrop of the city’s summer festival adds to the fun.

Tree Rush

The Omaha area’s new attraction gives adventurers a different view of the forest’s beauty. We came up with some new menu ideas to best fit the catering needs for social and corporate events.

Camp Confidence

The fundraiser included cowboy-themed signature drink and appetizers: Smoked pulled pork tartines garnished with crispy slaw, radish and goat cheese tartines with fresh herb chiffonade, and locally grown butternut squash wrapped in praline bacon and a just as delicious-sounding themed dinner menu. Their signature Whiskey Mule had a kick!

Retirement Brunch and Reception at the Benny Davis at Offutt

Celebrating an impressive career, the retirement included a brunch, open house and reception. The brunch included all the breakfast favorites. Her open house included her favorite snacks for guests to munch on while visiting. The reception included a pasta and salad buffet.

Beardmore Subaru and Chevy

Beardmore Subaru and Chevy celebrated 100 years with a party at both neighboring locations. Two buffets that complimented the atmosphere of each building were decorated with beautiful ‘100’ ice sculptures by Muzzy’s Ice.

Rehearsal Dinner at the Durham Museum

As the wedding party and family trickled into the Swanson Gallery after the wedding rehearsal, they started the dinner with appetizers that were both at a station and passed. Once everyone arrived they enjoyed a plated meal with an adult and children option and coffee table service. Guests were welcomed to a host standard full bar that included beer, wine, soda, and liquor.

Harry Potter Event

Every year we look forward to providing the bar for Fontenelle Forest’s Night at the Forbidden Forest. This year we created a signature drink called a “Polyjuice Potion” that was a hit with all the Potter fans!

Looking forward to 2020

We are looking forward to the same variety booked for 2020 and all the events we have yet to plan. Thanks to the new decade, we forecast there will be lots of flapper dresses, 20’s themed parties and new trends that set the next 10 years apart.

Cheers!

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The Holiday Season is Soup Season

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Worries go down better with soup than without.” –Yiddish Proverb

As you can imagine, the holiday season gets busy for us as an Omaha Catering and Cocktail company. We find ourselves at many end of the year parties and events. One of our favorite things about this time of year is soup! Yes, the holiday season is soup season for us.

Soup is the answer to many corporate and social meal planning dilemmas. Our delicious soups are made from scratch and include locally sourced ingredients and non-GMO herbs from our garden. Each soup order includes our house-made croutons and crackers.

 Why Try Our Soup for the Holidays?

 

  • Versatile options: We offer 19 tasty selections to choose from.
  • A Meal in a Bowl: Use our formulas to order the correct amount of soup for your group.
  • Dietary Restrictions: Have dietary restrictions? Let us know, and we will recommend the best options for your group.
  • Matches the Season: Combat the cold with spoonfuls of warmth.

 Why You Should Make Soup Your Holiday Choice

 

  • Soup is Comforting – A bowl of thick soup is heartwarming. It keeps you comfortable when the cold weather strikes. It can actually increase your core body temperature.
  • It Satisfies Your Hunger – The high water content of soup satisfies your appetite and keeps you hydrated during the dry Winter season. When you’re well-hydrated, you’re less likely to overeat.
  • Soup is Healing – The Mayo Clinic states that chicken soup works as an anti-inflammatory and can help clear up mucus.
  • Helps Youngsters Tolerate Veggies – A study in the Netherlands found that toddlers who were given veggie and herb loaded soups for seven weeks had an improved tolerance for vegetables of all kinds compared to toddlers who didn’t eat soup.
  • Vitamins and Minerals Don’t Disappear – Soups retain the vitamins and minerals of cooked vegetables because you consume the soup base or broth – that’s where all the good stuff is.
  • Delightful Aroma – Is there anything better than the aroma of savory herbs and veggies filling your home in Winter? Nope.

 Don’t Miss Our  Soup Deal!

 

 With every gallon of soup you order, we give you a FREE  baguette!

Of soup and love, the first is best.” –Spanish proverb

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