We will specialize in seafood platters, pasta spreads and sauces, traditional boudin, homemade ice creams, sushi, grilled meats, and funky appetizers! WOO HOO!!!!
What is a "pasta spread" and doesn't "funky" have negative associations ("What's that funky smell?")?
The name of the company is a huge improvement over the last name you were going for. Since you're calling it "My Catering Company" instead of "Our..." should we assume that your two business partners are gone?
Have you worked in catering before?
I still like, "Oh Throw Up!"
See what I did there ... has a little lispish thing going on.
How about "Eatie Gourmet?"
How about Sweet Sue and Her Society Constipators?
[quote]Have you worked in catering before?
He catered a fabulous Tex-Mex banquet at the home of his soon-to-be inlaws last summer. The whole neighborhood showed up and looked at his faboo and funky spread and quietly walked away. The engagment to his b/f didn't get announced that night. The almost-inlaws called Pizza Hut to feed the guests. The couple broke up... again.
They got back together so that he could cater a fabulous Labor Day banquet for all their friends. It was cancelled. The couple broke up... again.
I love the name.
I'd call a catering company with that name.
Is it really a specialization if you have seven of them?
My favorite caterer was Smelly Good's.
I think you should call it "Elaborate Menu Troll."
My catering company is called Eat Me.
I used to work for a fantastic caterer called "The Catering Company". It caused a lot of problems, frankly, but they had a great business and great food.
Well, isn't that special OP.
Terrific, R5. Their business card will have a quote asking "where's the boy with the bagels.."