Catering Central was the team we hired for our Christmas Party in Indian Creek, Redwood Shores. The food was incredibly superb! Marcos prepared a delectable menu per our request for traditional Christmas fare, and we were surprised to discover how truly sumptuous each dish was! Our guests have been raving ever since!
Word also has it that our corporate office has heard of the success of the event brought on by this impressive array of gastronomic delights. Working with Marcos was a bree...
We all know that soda is bad for our bodies, but that doesn’t stop us from craving the sweet, bubbly beverage. As a Private Party Catering Service in San Francisco Bay Area, we know how much people love to drink interesting beverages. Making your own soft drink is one way to get around some of the terrible health concerns that soda may bring. Start with a seltzer base, and go from there – controlling the ingredient list, flavor profile and sugar content yourself.
- Lime-Mint Cooler
Crack open some mineral water, and add a couple drops of pure liquid stevia. Squeeze some fresh lime juice, and for a rustic touch, throw the lime wedge into the drink for extra tang. Tear up some fresh mint leaves to release the fragrant oils and stir them into your drink. Add some ice, and drink through a straw. Delish!
- Fruit-Herb Honey Syrups
Learn how to make both cooked and raw pressed syrups, here at The Yummy Life.
- Fizz-Ed, from Bon Apetit
These flavors are so good, they’re basically mocktail recipes. With 39g of sugar in a can of Coke, these sodas boast a measly 8-17g of sugar.
- Italian Style
While not necessarily healthier at face value, this cola syrup does skip out on the high fructose corn syrup and provides you with pure cane sugar instead. Another benefit of making soda with syrups, is that you can decide how much you use. This is especially great for those trying to wean themselves off a cola addiction. Do it step by step!
Go ahead and try something new! Also, remember us if you are looking for Corporate Catering in San Francisco Bay, Private Party Catering in Mountain View, or Wedding Catering in San Mateo – we’ve got you covered.
Client Holiday Party Success!!
MH Podell Property Management
We use Marcos and Catering Central for 100+ person company lunches every so often, and our employees always have good things to say! Marcos does a consistently quality job, on-time, and the price is right. We have ordered something different every time, and it's all been good. If you have a group to feed, they will work with you from menu selection through billing, definitely recommend!
Company Event is a Success!!
I've had Catering Central do two events here at Tesla. Marcos went above and beyond to make sure that both of my events were a success. His food also matched their excellent service throughout the whole planning - from picking out the menu, to working with our budget, to the day of the event and even afterwards. Enzo also was very professional and was on top of things on the day of.
I can't wait to use them again for other events.
Tesla (Palo Alto/Freemont)
Quality Food and Service!
Came across Catering Central website while looking for caterers to bring lunch to our office every week. Our employees are typically very picky but Marcos' meets or exceeds our expectations every time. Everything is always fresh and hot. We only have about 40 or less employees but the portions are generous and it's nice to have friendly people delivering who make sure we are satisfied with our order. I highly recommend Catering Central for any event!
Just Phone Him Now
Marcos and central catering provided a fantastic spread for our wedding reception. We were looking for a no fuss, tasty garden party and he delivered on all counts. The food was fantastic and servers he brought in to man the bar and pass through with the food were great, personable guys.
If you are looking for good food and great service, stop looking and just phone him now... ;)
Mountain View, CA
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