bar mitzvah Catering
The Best Bar Mitzvah Catering From Orange County Best Caterers
The Bar Mitzvah is one of the greatest milestones in a young Jewish girl or boy. It's the plunge into man or womanhood. It certainly deserves to be remembered for the work and effort the youngsters have to put into the whole process prior to the ceremony. Learning Hebrew and how to read an ancient language going in the opposite direction is enough to kick start anyone's appetite. Here we will cover the most important things you need to do to plan this right regarding catering. We've been in the business so long that Bar Mitzvah is second nature.
More than Just Kosher.
These can be a little tricky to plan as far as the food is concerned. There are several factors which we will be glad to discuss with you but we will give you a head start here. First, will you have a full kosher Jewish only gathering? Or, will you have a modern mix of other guests which include gentile and other persuasions? It really depends on the dynamic you have. Are you orthodox, conservative or reform? Once you decide upon that then the next steps we cover together are much easier.
The food that's chosen is one of personal taste. If you are the more traditional type of family and you are having an intimate setting instead of a modern and mixed blowout bash. You can choose from our very suitable menu. We have a delicious array of chopped liver, and Hummus and kosher pickles for those pass around snacks. Most of which will pair well with adults and kids who were brought up with it.
A More Modern Fit.
For those a little looser with menu choices we are known for a wonderful mix and match. Matzoh ball soup as a traditional staple along side some DIY pot pie stations so that people can choose from a variety of fillings. This is something that kids and adults love and have equal fun! Or how about a risotto station so that you can try different food mingled with rice.
Think Filling and Fun.
With this type of celebration, the food is the focal point of the reception. It's a gathering with a lot of different people and a variety of ages. So, the object is to think filling and fun versus small appetizers and finger foods unless it's truly an intimate setting for under twenty people. In that case potato knishes and rugelach pastries would do the trick.
For those who are on the reform side or those who are catering for a variety of folks--drink stations go down real well. And we don't hold back on soft drinks for the kids either--we have all kinds of flavors for slush bars!
Desserts can be almost anything but the kids are number one on this section. Remember than your son will have invited many friends to this coming out as a man event and will want to impress them. Though it is a religious ceremony--to a 13 year old, there is a lot to be said for the ego here. You don't want to be the parents of a boy who had no creative and sweet stuff for the kids--do you? That could be simply disastrous. Novelty chocolate in the form of gold coins or Gelt goes really well during a game of Dradle. Chocolate covered anything goes well and there are a lot with a Bar Mitzvah theme that we could put smiles on faces with in a snap.
The Kosher Connection.
What sets Orange County Best Catering apart from the rest is you don't have to go anywhere else when you want a proper kosher catering done. We have the best suppliers and we are a full service kosher caterer.
Orange County Best Caterers are the best in the business. We've catered to all kinds of events with every special diet you can think of from kosher to vegetarian--call us so we can help you!