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New Orleans Museum of Art
Race and Religious
Marigny Opera House
Contemporary Arts Center
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
The Soniat House
The Herman Grima House
The Beauregard-Keyes House
The Cabildo + Presbytere
The Benachi House
Mardi Gras World
New Orleans Women’s Opera Guild
The Terrell House
Basin Street Station
Longue View Garden
The Sugar Mill
Lafitte Guest House + Frenchmen Hotel
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Example of Review of Saveur Catering from Google Review
'“A special thanks to Melissa and her team for catering our New Orleans wedding. The food was amazing. Melissa has exquisite creativity and flawless execution. It was a pleasure to plan the menu with her, during which she was a seemingly endless source of ideas. On the day, the food and staff was nothing short of excellent. Professional and prepared, Melissa was in touch with me throughout the day. Upon arrival, her team seamlessly overcame a few last minute changes. As the bride and coordinator, I appreciated Saveur Catering’s capable performance – I did not spend a moment worrying about the food. Our families continue to rave about the food. Overall, it was a delicious, impeccable experience for our guests “
Saveur Catering is a boutique catering company serving New Orleans and the surrounding areas. We offer local, seasonal, farm to table menus for large or small events. Our long-standing relationships with local farmers ensure that we bring the best of the market to you to secure a memorable taste of the city. A sustainable philosophy is at the heart of everything we do and Chef Melissa prides herself in the work she does with the agricultural community.
Our menus are created by Chef Melissa Araujo and her talented team of restaurant-trained chefs to guarantee the best we have to offer which will leave you and your guests with a unique and unforgettable experience on your special day.
Food will be one of your major wedding costs — typically, the catering bill accounts for 45 to 50 percent of the total wedding budget. The first big choice you'll make as you plan your dinner is how to serve your guests. Back in the day, couples pretty much had two choices: a sit-down dinner or a buffet. But nowadays, there are so many more options to explore when deciding how to serve your reception meal. To help you figure out the best serving style for your celebration, we've outlined the five most popular meal options
What it is: A plated, sit-down dinner is considered the most traditional and formal option as each guest is individually served a plated meal. Typically, guests are served three courses: appetizer, entrée, and dessert (sometimes a fourth course—an intermezzo or amuse bouche—is added before the entrée). Caterers will usually give guests a choice of two (or three) entrées, which they select beforehand; another option is to serve each guest two proteins, such as meat and fish, on one plate (sometimes called a "duet" plate).
What it is: Food stations are set up on long tables where guests can walk along and serve themselves. Another option is to have servers stationed behind the buffet table serving each dish. A buffet-style reception is usually considered the most casual style of meal service.
Food Stations Dinner
What it is: A station-style reception is one where the food is spread out among different "stations" throughout the reception space. For example, there may be one area that is a carving station, a raw bar, a tapas station, a dessert station, and so forth. The portions served at each station are typically on the smaller side, usually requiring just two or three bites to finish.
Family- Style Dinner
What it is: Similar to a sit-down dinner, a family-style reception has guests assigned to specific dinner tables and waiters to bring the food to the table. Large portions of the dinner offerings are placed on each table on serving platters for guests to fill their own plates (it's just like sitting down for dinner at home with your family!).
Cocktail Style Reception Dinner
What it is: A more recent trend, a cocktail-style reception features hors d'oeuvres and other small bites offered all evening long in lieu of a sit-down meal. The hors d'oeuvres are usually one- or two-bite portions and can be a combination of hot and cold options. The hors d'oeuvres can be passed by servers or stationary for guests to get themselves. This reception style is a good choice for couples wanting a more casual atmosphere and for their guests to really mingle and meet each other