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What You'll Get
How much do you pay for catering? How good is the food (honestly)? Stop paying $25 a head for aluminum trays of underwhelming penne pasta. Get today’s Groupon for your office! Max’s Deli is offering corporate catering for just $9 per person, 47% off the normal price of $17 a head. The deal is valid for groups of 10-30 people - that’s 10-30 eternally grateful workers who will repay your gesture of good will with whatever meager means they can muster (gifts of wheat bushels and hens are not uncommon responses to the gift of a catered meal).
Located at 151 Milk St, Max’s is local favorite for deli sandwiches, but is also well known for serving up delicious, affordable catering options to offices in Boston and Cambridge. Delivery is free anywhere within the Financial District. Max’s portions are more than generous, and the food is assembled with love from the finest ingredients. They provide all the necessary paper goods, silverware and serving utensils. To save plastic, these tree huggers will even pick up any reusable serving ware. Max’s Deli has been making fine deli dishes for 16 years, which in deli years is less like a pubescent teenage driving school pupil and more like a dignified, middle aged chef with youthful energy and gracefully greying hair. The kind of neighborhood chef everyone loves. Did we mention Max’s Deli makes Cajun Shrimp Skewers and Rice Pilaf that are out of this world? Why, Max’s Deli may be Boston’s most eligible bachelor.
The expressions of gratitude from your staff or board at the next luncheon meeting won’t be forced when it’s catered by Max’s. They’re well-loved by Yelpers, who give them a 3.5 star average and say things like… > * “This place is one of my favorite places my office orders lunch from.” - Keith O. > * “This is one of my firm’s caterers and we all love Max’s. They have the best pasta salad ever! yum! also very good ceasar salad with shrimp.” - Julie C.
Here’s what your catered package includes:
- Cajun Shrimp Skewer
- 4 oz. Grilled Chicken Breast
- Rice Pilaf
- Caesar Salad
- Rolls & Butter
- Dancing Deer Mini Cookies
- All Paper Goods
- Assorted Soda & Water
Bosses; check out these proven benefits of buying a catered lunch for your office: * Workers feel honored and appreciated for their hard work * Workers repay you by refraining from complaining to you about other workers for 2-3 business days * Workers talk to each other and build team chemistry * Workers eat shrimp skewers and enact metabolic chemistry, giving them energy to work harder and with greater focus than on normal days when you deprive them of lunch entirely
Workers; if you’re boss won’t buy this for you…heck, just get 10 coworkers together and buy this for yourselves. You probably spend more than $9 a person on a typical lunch delivery order when you add up all the costs. Plus, this is way more food than just one order of luke warm Pad Thai. Count on leftovers. And the Deer Mini Cookies from other delivery places probably can’t even dance. They’re just sad still life cookies of rather morose deer.
Don’t listen to snake oil salesmen who concoct team building activities that claim to “foster trust” and “build understanding.” Trust falls for example have been shown in studies to actually decrease trust more often than building it, and communication building team eyebrow combing exercises have been proven to make communication more awkward amongst coworkers. Modest people the world over know that the best way to build a team is simple: a delicious catered meal. A good office lunch puts everyone in good spirits. Workers feel appreciated, and even reach out to each other. They’ll start to comb each other’s eyebrows without even needing to communicate at all. There’s a limited number of these available today, so get your Groupon before we run out!
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 24, 2009. Amount paid never expires. 1 per company. Minimum order of 10. Maximum order of 30. Can not combine with other offers. Delivery cost based on location, free to financial district. Must give Max's 24 hrs notice of order. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.