TABLE staff offers up a few local resources you can lean on when it’s your turn to host a gathering.
This longtime Pittsburgh catering company offers fresh, seasonal ingredients including rosemary spiced nuts, jumbo-lump crab cakes, and more.
Plan your party with this family-owned business which aims to not just create amazing food, but “amazing experiences.”
Using a local-first approach, charcuterie and cheeses from as close as the Strip and Allison Park and as far away as Central Pennsylvania are curated into season-right boards replete with house-made dips, spreads and jams.
Although Common Plea Restaurant closed in 2013, its delicious offerings are still served today in the form of a full-service event catering service.
A boutique veggie-forward catering company from widely renowned Chef Kate Romane.
Cheese is the star at Chantal’s, with a huge variety of offerings from all over the world. But order a plate and mix in some charcuterie and apricots to really elevate your next gathering.
This beloved Strip District shop, which almost always has a line at the cheese counter, also offers catering trays. Grab the 12-inch condiment tray and delight your guests with marinated artichokes, stuffed banana peppers, prosciutto, provolone, and more.
Story by Lisa Cunningham
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