Whether you’re planning a small get-together with friends or a large wedding, leave the cooking to the experts. Sit back and enjoy the party knowing the food will satisfy your crowd. These top caterers in St. Louis know that mostaccioli and toasted ravioli are hometown favorites, yet they also offer a variety of foods fit for small gatherings to corporate events or large wedding celebrations. Choose a caterer who will meet your party needs and whet the taste buds of each party guest. Pick up your food to serve it yourself or host an elegant sit-down dinner with a full-service company at a banquet hall.

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Orlando’s Catering
8352 Watson Road
St. Louis, MO 63119
(314) 842-3316

When it’s time for a classy celebration and good food in the St. Louis area, Orlando’s tops the list of local favorites. Have your party catered from this company, which has been in the Orlando family for more than 35 years and gives back to the community with an annual birthday gala catered auction. You don’t have to book an event at one of its three banquet facilities to enjoy affordable and delicious food. Orlando’s also provides party food for every style of party, from a drop-off buffet where you pick up or have the food delivered to your event venue to a full-fledged sit-down dinner.

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Steven Becker Fine Dining
3701 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 367-4848

This award-winning full-service catering company has been providing food for catered events in the St. Louis area for more than half a century. A group of chefs from Nadoz Euro Bakery+Café bring exquisite dining to catered events around town, but the delicious food is just the beginning. Event planners will help you choose a location, like the Coronado Ballroom. From a small exquisite dining experience to a black tie event, complete with valet parking, this catering and event planning company has your party ready to enjoy in style.

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Kenrick’s Catering
4324 Weber Road
St. Louis, MO 63123
(314) 631-2440

Enjoy an event of any size, from an “I just don’t feel like cooking” kind of night to a huge wedding celebration. Kenrick’s provides deli meat trays or a full dinner that you pick up to go, as well as catering events inside banquet facilities that accommodate a crowd. This family-owned catering business has been in the St. Louis area for decades and is known for selling meats of amazing quality. Food is served hot or cold, depending on what you order. Whatever you order, don’t forget the rolls that keep people coming back for more.

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Callier’s Catering
14787 Manchester Road
Ballwin, MO 63011
(636) 230-0019

This family owned and operated catering business has passed good cooking down from generation to generation. St. Louis-style toasted ravioli or the wedding reception staple of mostaccioli are just a couple options. Boxed lunches to buffets, party packs or sit-down dinners, your food will be served to your liking. Receive full-service from event specialists who will make sure even the smallest details are covered. Select a specialty cake for birthdays, weddings or any corporate gathering. Call to arrange a complimentary tasting before you decide what you want on the menu for your party.

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Hollyberry Catering
284 East Ave.
Webster Groves, MO 63119
(314) 968-9239

It all started with a Holly Hobby oven and a little girl named Holly, and the beginnings of a delicious Midwest catering service was formed. Today, Hollyberry Catering provides tasty small-plate food for parties. Area foodies know where to turn to find delicious finger foods and platters for a wide range of events. From boxed lunches to weddings, Hollyberry Catering is a favorite among locals. Pick it up or have your order delivered.

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