Catering in West Loop

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A Metro-Detroit import, Steve's Deli offers a scroll-worthy menu loaded with endless combinations of soups, salads, sandwiches, and more. Choose carefully from 26 overstuffed sandwiches with such meats as turkey off the bone ($8.99), fried bologna ($7.79), or hot roast-beef brisket ($8.99). Hearty soups such as chicken matzo ball ($6.59) or mushroom barley ($5.59) are also offered in cup or bowl form.

354 W Hubbard St
Chicago,
IL
US

Pinkys pays homage to its Windy City location with a vintage tough-guy logo and a menu of Chicago-style polishes and gyros. Daily specials include classics such as catfish strips, a Maxwell Street-style polish, and barbecue-rib tips. Containers of croutons and thousand-island, blue-cheese, or creamy-ranch dressing sit on the side of meaty salads, ensuring that dishes get the partner of their choice, unlike most cops who live on the edge. Diners can round out their meals with a side of sauce or wash down each bite with a milk shake.

100 W Randolph St
Chicago,
IL
US

Caffe Café purchases high-quality arabica coffee from small-batch artisan roasters, who roast to the café’s distinct specifications. Sandwiches layer thick deli-style meats on multigrain bread or crispy baguettes alongside other café fare, such as wraps and fresh pastries. As natural light illuminates red walls, the rising steam from black, green, and decaf teas mingles with the scent of espresso and blended drinks. Caffe Café can deliver breakfast sandwiches and hot drinks for a catered get-together, supplying cambros of coffee that serve up to 120 people or a single drowsy giant.

1 E Wacker Dr
Chicago,
IL
US

We specialize in seasonal and sustainable cuisine sourcing all of our meat, produce and dairy from a 250 mile radius of Chicago. Our style of cooking involves the least amount of processing leaving our food in its purest form. This offer includes 2 Sides, 1 First Course, and 1 Main Course.

451 N Elizabeth St
Chicago,
IL
US

Creativity, collaboration, and carbs. The owners of Bespoke Cuisine advocate all three. According to their company manifesto, they also believe “eating well is a life skill,” “a little fat never hurt anyone,” and “anyone can cook delicious food.” The staff expounds on these and other company principles at public and private cooking parties, which give visitors a glimpse inside Bespoke’s commercial kitchen on Randolph Street's Restaurant Row without stowing away in a gravy vat. During these BYOB events, chefs help guests construct their own meals and teach basic cooking skills before the group retires to the dining room to eat the fruits of their labor. For those who prefer a hands-off experience, Bespoke also caters events or hosts them in a chic private-event space.

1358 W Randolph St
Chicago,
IL
US

The friendly bartenders behind Blue Agave's 360-degree bar pour neat glasses of more than 200 varieties of tequila to complement plates of classic Mexican cuisine. The tequila selection ranges from time-honored barroom workhorses such as Jose Cuervo and Hornitos to aged 100% blue agave Don Julio and top-shelf bottles only reachable by salt-and-lime-sprinkled stilts. The menu also abounds with steak and seafood, which chefs slather in savory spices and cheese before cocooning them in soft tortillas or crispy corn shells. The spirit-savvy staff is known to share knowledge and liquid wealth during frequent tequila-tasting events and lavish pico de gallo potlatches.

1050 N State St
Chicago,
IL
US