Buyouts and catering bounce back
(Continued from page 1) In-home catering is up, too, he said, adding that this season his company has handled many house parties with specialty cocktails, passed hors d’oeuvres and roll-to-order sushi and dim sum stations, along with a classic holiday buffet. He charges about $150 per person for such events. The Starr Restaurant Organization also has seen an increase in restaurant buyouts this season, Powles said, although the norm this year is parties of between 25 and 75 ...
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