Frequently Asked Questions
Can you accommodate food allergies?
We are SafeServe Allergy Certified and can accommodate a variety of food sensitivities and allergies. Because we prepare everything from scratch, we can often make simple modifications to our recipes that will meet your needs. We regularly prepare gluten-free, nut-safe, diary-free, vegetarian, and vegan dishes.
What size groups will you cook for?
Our prices are based on groups of 50 or more. On Saturdays during peak summer months, we enforce a 100 person minimum. Smaller jobs will be accepted based on availability and an additional small group surcharge may apply.
What do your prices include?
Our advertised menu prices are per person food costs served buffet style. They do not include a 6% sales tax or 20% service fee. If wait staff is required, you will be charged $25 per staff member per hour. All credit card charges include a 3% processing fee
What does the Administration Fee include?
This 20% fee covers the production costs to prepare package, transport, display, and serve food, including:
Miscellaneous Office Expenses
Licenses and Permits
Equipment wear and tear
Where do you deliver?
To assure the highest quality of food, we try to stay within about an hour of Brighton, MI.
Do you require a deposit?
To secure your date, we ask for a non-refundable deposit equal to 10% of your estimate. The remaining invoice balance, based on final menu and guest count, is due 10 days prior to your event.
Do you offer tastings?
We offer private tastings for events which estimates exceed $2500. Tasting are based on menu items from your approved estimate. There is a charge of $100, for up to 4 guests, to help cover the cost of the food.
When do you need my final guest count and payment?
Final guest counts and payment are due 10 days before your event.
What happens if I need to cancel my event?
All cancellations with more than 10 days advanced notice result in a forfeiture of deposit. Cancellations within 10 days of event will be responsible for up to 100% of the total invoice.
What happens to the leftover food?
Our participation in Meal Connect provides us the unique opportunity to safely donate our excess food to underprivileged school-aged children around Livingston County through a partnership with Gleaners Community Food Bank. Due to our inability to monitor safe temperatures and handling practices once food is out of our possession, if you choose to take home the leftovers from your event, we cannot accept responsibility for their quality or safety.