toasted hazelnut crisp. maple pearls.
carolina mustard bbq. pickled red onions. focaccia bun.
mango and lime. cornmeal cake. micro cress.
chevre. toasted hazelnuts. red beet foam. tomato powder. micro arugula.
fresh mozzarella. basil. yellow teardrop. micro beet greens.
arugula puree. beet powder. tomato jam. finished with balsamic syrup and extra virgin olive oil.
rustic breads from the best of cleveland’s bakeries. whipped hartzler butter. flavored olive oils. dried fruits and nuts.
maple-thyme brined and grilled. red cabbage slaw. butternut squash au gratin. roasted brussel sprouts. sage beurre blanc.
grilled zucchini. red cabbage slaw. butternut squash au gratin. roasted brussel sprouts.
to include: opera torte. fruit tart. chocolate dome. pixie bar. etc.
dark roast and decaf coffee. assorted teas.
With so many different components that make up your catering costs, it’s important to understand them and the direct impact they can have on your budget.
To help you start planning, your event coordinator is ready to review not only what’s best for your event, but what will realistically fit within the budget that you’ve set.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland is a leading force in the cultural life of Northeast Ohio, presenting the art and ideas of our time through dynamic exhibitions and vibrant programming. The new MOCA Cleveland, the first building designed in the United States by Farshid Moussavi Architecture (FMA), will serve as a catalyst for creativity and growth in University Circle and the gateway to the new Uptown District.
Dinner under the tent and dessert under the stars.
Holiday parties done right!
Network Television Press tour event with a national celebrity.