out of 5.0
My (now) wife and I had CHESAPEAKE CULINARY CENTER, which used to be affiliated with Emerson House (for some reason I Read more...
My (now) wife and I had CHESAPEAKE CULINARY CENTER, which used to be affiliated with Emerson House (for some reason I could not get the proper name to appear in the heading of this review), cater our wedding of about 90 people. We were extremely happy about the selection, and would do it again in a heartbeat. We had a little bit of everything, grilled steak and chicken as well as a pasta bar, with roasted potatoes, salad, and some hors d'oeuvres including crab balls and spinach/artichoke dip. The food was a terrific value for the price. It was awesome across the board, but the potatoes and crab balls in particular were just fantastic. Everything was so good that we actually had no leftovers to speak of. Because CCC doesn't carry a liquor license, we bought our own alcohol and CCC provided bartenders. This worked out well for the most part. The only thing we wish we had done differently was to coordinate beforehand so that the bartenders knew what liquors and mixers would be available. Service was uniformly excellent and professional. CCC is a non-profit organization, and some of the staff were high-school interns. I think I can safely say that other than a few faces looking a little young, I couldn't tell who was an intern and who wasn't. Our ceremony and reception site had the advantage of giving us the freedom to select all of our vendors. However, we found the selection process a little overwhelming. CCC was the first vendor we chose, and Beth (the manager) not only helped us with food and drink, but also helped us figure out pretty much all of the other details of our wedding including rentals, layout, order of events, and cake baker. Read less
Services Used: Catering
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