We do weddings!


We do weddings!

On one of your most important days, the last thing you want to worry about is food, drinks and service. Our M Catering team does an exceptional job on all three!

From design, logistics, menu and assisting with outside vendors – our Catering Director and team is here to help in any way they can! With over 15 years of experience in large events and weddings, the M Catering group is here to make this part of your special day a seamless, beautiful and delightful experience, using the best purveyors and vendors Seattle has to offer!

M Catering specializes in unique food stations like a Mashed Potato Martini bar with an array of delicious toppings, a Seafood bar with fresh ceviche and shrimp tostadas, Carne Asada carving station and many more.  Pair our station menus with our tray-passed appetizers to allow your guests to enjoy a distinctive dining experience and a fun reception!

In addition to our food stations, we also provide buffet and full sit-down dinner menu options.   With a multitude of selections at your disposal, we’ll be sure to create a personalized event, a menu that will accommodate every palate and a package that will fit within any budget.  Our priority is to make this part of your planning process easy and stress-free, so that you can enjoy this once in a lifetime event!

Call our Catering Director, Jesika Leszewski to set-up a complimentary tasting and meeting today! (206) 405 – 3400

Cheers!

 

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  1. Mandee

    You are a genius! What could make soup better than a carby topping? And roast tom soup is my fave 🙂 Stunning photos, as always!

  2. Kristine

    That is certainly the most gorgeous brie sandwich I’ve ever seen! Any idea on what to substitute for beet pulp for those of us without heavy duty juicers?

  3. Nikki

    This looks absolutely delicious. Could this be placed in the freezer? And if so do you recommend freezing it before or after it is cooked?

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