Salt Lake City catering

Looking for information on Salt Lake City catering? Maybe you want to cater for a party, an event or a business meeting? Not sure which of the wonderful restaurants in SLC can meet your requirements? Don’t worry! Restaurants often send us details on their catering efforts and we list the best here:

Savor The Summit 2016 - black beans amuse
Savor The Summit 2016 – black beans amuse by Cuisine Unlimited

Cuisine Unlimited – Founded by Maxine Turner way back in 1985 as a small deli and catering operation. Some 35 years later the business has flourished and now operates as a true, full-service event provider offering services to the Utah community. That longevity tells you something, these guys know what they’re doing and have the experience you’ll want to rely on at your next event.

With more than 140 employees the business caters everything from small working lunches through grand weddings to major Salt Lake City food events. Who do Salt Lake Magazine turn to when they need catering their yearly restaurant award ceremony? An event packed with the most discerning eaters in SLC? You guessed it, these guys!

Savor The Summit 2016 - Cuisine Unlimited muddling fresh mojitos
Savor The Summit 2016 – Cuisine Unlimited muddling fresh mojitos
Savor The Summit 2016 - pork belly
Cuisine Unlimited – pork belly dish at event

Their level of flexibility and flavors for any occasion resulted them in also being tapped to operate food services at the new Eccles Theare in downtown SLC. If you’re curious about their cuisine, just stop by their Encore Bistro which is open to the public for breakfast, lunch and dinner; the menu changes routinely to reflect not just seasons, but the shows at the facility too.

Cuisine Unlimited are our pick for the best catering in Salt Lake City. We’ve sampled their creations at event after event, year after year, and are always blown away.

For more information on how Cuisine Unlimited can help you plan and wow your next event check out their website at – Please note Cuisine Unlimited are also a Local Partner of Gastronomic SLC.

Even Stevens - banh belly sandwich

Even Stevens Sandiwiches – Another Local Partner of ours, and one with a heart of gold. The whole business model at ES is built around giving back to the community. That doesn’t mean their food takes back seat, far from it, their creative and fresh sandwiches are some of the best in Utah and sure to put a smile on your guests faces.

Their ethical ethos continues through to their catering services which they dub, catering with a cause. You can read all the details on boxed lunches, platters, salads and more here.

Greek Souvlaki - gyro and fries
Greek Souvlaki – gyro and fries

Greek Souvlaki – If you’ve spent more than ten seconds in SLC you know we lvoe our Greek food. If you’ve ever thought about gyro, sovlaki, dolmathes or beefteki for yoru next event – and seriously if not why not – then check these guys out.

Catering from Greek Souvlaki is offered as a three step process: choose your main, choose a side, choose a dessert or beverage; but if you’re stuck the restaurant has pre-built options such as their souvlaki package for example, more details here.

r and r bbq ribs

R&R BBQ – Feel like BBQ for your next business lunch? Check out this popular SLC Q outfit, lauded as the best SLC has to offer over and over.

Ribs, brisket, chicken, sausage, beans, hush puppies, cornbread – you name it – R&R have all the BBQ classics that will make your next event smokin’ hot.

Catering prices start from $9 per person with most popular 2 meat plate costing $15.50 a head.

Ricos in Harmons
Ricos products also in Harmons

Rico Catering – We’ve written before about this businesses catering options – that are available for anything from a small lunch to a full blown wedding. The catering arm of Jorge Fierro’s larger Mexican cuisine business, as a range of delicious options but one unique item is their taco cart.

From around $12.99 a person (and a $250 setup fee) Rico can pitch up at your summer event with a full service taco cart. While your neighbors are carefully burning their burgers on the grill, the hardest task you will be undertaking is deciding whether to go with the Carne Asada or Pork Achiote tacos.

spitz street cart fries
Spitz – street cart fries

Spitz – Enjoy the Mediterranean flavors of Spitz at your next party and your friends will love you forever. Spitz’ catered cuisine can be ordered ala carte, on party platters or even provided buffet style so your guests can build their own monster doner kebab or loaded fries.

Prices start from around $9 a head and their catering menu can be found online here.

Sushi Groove: Nigiri at the sushi counter
Sushi Groove: Nigiri at the sushi counter

Sushi Groove – How about catered sushi instead? Sushi Groove are one of our favorite sushi operations in town. Fresh, funky and fun, fun, fun. Sushi Groove also cater in a number of ways (catering menu).

Choose form sushi platters starting from as little as $10 a head or even hire a sushi chef for your event and host a ‘roll your own’ party. $50 a head secures you one of Sushi Grooves fun sushi chefs and all the supplies you and your guests will need to learn the craft of sushi rolling.

Or what about a food truck to cater your next event? Most of Salt Lake City’s food truck businesses happily offer catering services. By definition these mobile kitchens can pitch themselves up, anytime and any place. all you need to do, is choose what menu fits your particular event.

Here are some local food truck menus to ponder:

Black’s Gourmet Sliders
Comfort Bowl
Poutine Your Mouth
Salty Pineapple

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