This is typically for clients who want to have a more progressive style of dining that utilities an entire space and encourages movement of guests. Food stations will stay out and open longer than a buffet style meal to encourage guests to eat there tapas portions while dancing and chatting. This option works well when guests are expecting a full meal to be served and can be paired with a traditional cocktail hour/items to create the perfect balance. See the sample menu for a taste of what can be provided. Custom menus are created for each client around your ideas and event vision.
Pros: Its fun, Its Current, for the right couple you can push boundaries with food that you may not be able to do with a buffet or plated meal. The displays can become a fabulous opportunity to create something awesome!
Cons: Guest may be expecting a traditional dinner and may not understand how to behave with this new style of meal service - i.e. they may form lines and eat like its a buffet going from one table to the next collecting all items before eating the first, service staff can add up quickly depending on the menu. We recommend clear communication with your invitations or wedding web-site as well as a fun sign at the wedding to help show the overall time-line for the evening.