Catering in Oak Grove


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  • fuAsian
    Chef Thu Ha Dinh and her eclectic team at fuAsian merge flavors from a variety of Asian cuisines. Whether they're helming a cooking class or whipping up well-crafted meals for diners or catered events, the chefs use handpicked natural ingredients, creating dishes that ooze earth-culled goodness and each write polite thank-you notes to the ozone layer.
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    365 N State St.
    Lake Oswego, OR US
  • A Matter of Taste
    For 25 years, the chefs and party planners at A Matter of Taste have been decorating and catering everything from major events to intimate gatherings. Founder Vanessa Juryla has put her skills to use at weddings and private dinners in New York and Los Angeles, and today she and her staff focus on the Portland area. There, they sauté Maryland soft-shell crab, grill mangos and pair them with rum-glazed plantains, and prepare cakes in flavors such as coconut pineapple and vanilla buttermilk.
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    18954 Southwest Arrowwood Avenue
    Lake Oswego, OR US
  • Famous Dave's
    Chow down on ribs, slaw and more at Famous Dave's, a down-home barbecue joint in Tualatin. With no low-fat options served, come ready to eat your heart out. You'll find a wonderful selection of drinks from Famous Dave's' full bar to top off your meal. Bring your whole brood to Famous Dave's, where families can dig in to tasty and kid-friendly fare together. Take your meal to the next level on the patio at Famous Dave's. Have a large group? No problem. Head to Famous Dave's for easy seating. No need to be formal, business casual will pass. If you need to feed a big crowd, Famous Dave's also offers catering services for parties and get-togethers. You can also grab your grub to go. Travel by bike to Famous Dave's and store your bike at a nearby rack. Meals at Famous Dave's are incredibly tasty and reasonably priced around $30.
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    7121 SW Nyberg St
    Tualatin, OR US
  • The Tamale House
    Though tamales are a staple of Mexican cuisine, they span a range of flavors and textures depending on who makes them. The Tamale House’s owners, Tony and Magdalena Jump, hold the keys to some of the category’s finest, earning second- and third-place standings at the national Best Darn Tamale Contest in 2011. They fill their tamales’ masa shells with ingredients such as pork sautéed in a green or red sauce, pork spiced with the house’s barbecue sauce, or a vegetarian-friendly combo of cheese and jalapeños. Though the tamales have garnered national awards, regulars know that the rest of the menu is nothing to skim over. Every morning, Grandma Jump creates a limited number of chilies rellenos that sell out like hotcakes dipped in gold. The staff also fills freshly pressed tortillas with a range of traditional meats to create items such as chorizo-and-egg tacos, carne asada burritos, and cheese enchiladas.
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    13185 Southwest Pacific Highway
    Tigard, OR US
  • Divine Catering
    Gourmet foods, including cedar-plank salmon and flatiron steak, form the foundation of the dishes served by Divine Catering's licensed and insured crew. Chef and proprietor Alisa LaFurge helms the culinary team, which won Best Bite at the 2011 Taste of Portland. Adept at crafting fare for gatherings small and large, the crew pulls together menus for less formal events that call for boxed lunches and afternoon snacks to weddings that command epic feasts or rows of troughs, depending on the species of the bride and groom.
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    16285 SW 85th Ave.
    Tigard, OR US
  • Cellar Door Market
    Beneath a basil-green awning, Cellar Door Market fills with the universal clatter of a happy kitchen as chef Paul LaLone brings 26 years in the culinary industry to bear on heaps of regional ingredients. Guest chefs lead hands-on classes in specific cuisines and techniques, which may introduce pupils to the art of baking bread, preparing healthy food, rolling sushi, and remembering that sushi is the one food that should not be roasted on a campfire. Each session is rated according to the knife skills required to complete the meal, and pupils bustle past the kitchen, laden with completed dishes for their friends and families. Beyond the kitchen doors at Cellar Door Market, chefs create meals from scratch, quick-cooling them to preserve integrity. Whenever possible, meals are made with local products including meats and produce from nearby sustainable farms. The rotating menu has included dishes such as red beans and rice with Zenner’s sausage, smoked pork loin with a peach and bourbon sauce, and zucchini manicotti, and each item comes with instructions for easily reheating it or taking it to a dragon’s surprise party.
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    4636 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy
    Portland, OR US
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