They say a great meal has a way of bringing family and friends together in a truly unique way, so getting your wedding day menu just right can be a daunting task. Luckily, Savannah is home to not just fantastic restaurants and venues, but catering services as well. Here’s a look at some our top picks for catering a Savannah wedding.
Born and raised in Savannah, Chef Joshua Thomas combines classical French technique with a low country approach to his cuisine. His sample menus will leave you craving Smoked Gouda & Truffled Mac-’n’-Cheese and Fried Green Tomatoes.
Thrive Catering has won several Best of Savannah awards, plus WeddingWire’s Couples Choice Award 2016. Thrive sources ingredients from 15 local farms, and is the first Green Certified caterer in the area. One look through their online portfolio and it’s easy to understand why they’re rated so highly!
Savannah Event Catering offers local, regional, and ethnic foods with a Savannah flair. Their menu items range from sushi and curry to Lowcountry favorites. Want a family recipe prepared for your wedding day? Savannah Event Catering is who you want to call.
If you’re looking for a more casual approach to your wedding day fare, try Big Bon Pizza. They’ll handcraft delicious pizza and cook them on-site in a wood fired oven. Big Bon also offers a wide selection of hors d'oeuvres and desserts for a full catering experience.
Earth to Table is the special events and catering division of Cha Bella, one of the first farm to table restaurants in downtown Savannah. They make everything in-house the day of the event with fresh, local ingredients. They can host your reception at Cha Bella or cater at the venue of your choice.
Ready to plan your wedding? Check out our Guide to Savannah Weddings and learn about the best venues, vendors, and lodging. Lucky Savannah also loves to help wedding planners with lodging for your bridal party, friends and family. Reach out to us and ask about discounts we might be able to offer you on our amazing historic Savannah vacation rentals!
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