New York Pharmaceutical Catering Made Easy with Benjamin Catering

September 26, 2013

Benjamin Catering is now offering specialized pharmaceutical catering to New York corporations. Full menu details and pricing is available online at http://www.benjamincateringny.com.

New York, NY (PRWEB) September 25, 2013

Benjamin Catering is the leading New York catering company that corporations and organizations turn to first to meet their special events needs. When it comes to event catering New York event planners know that Benjamin Catering will deliver the finest menus for the most competitive prices.

Benjamin Catering is particularly popular with corporate clients and is now offering specialized pharmaceutical catering to NYC pharmaceutical corporations. Many of the top pharmaceutical companies in the nation call upon Benjamin to provide the best lunch catering NY has to offer because they know they can always expect to receive the finest quality food for the most reasonable prices for corporate catering in New York.

Established in 1974, Benjamin Catering provides outstanding quality meals prepared in the kitchens of its three New York restaurants: Benjamin Restaurant and Bar, Mumbles Restaurant and Bar, and East of Eighth Restaurant and Bar.

The versatile kitchen staff at Benjamin Catering can accommodate any type of occasion, ranging from large pharmaceutical conferences and meetings to all other types of professional, social, or private party events, such as formal and informal parties, dances, proms and balls, and any other event, formal, informal, or intimate, with food from its extensive menus.

Benjamin Catering’s entire menu is available at its website, benjamincateringny.com, where there are descriptions of each type of service, including buffets, seated dining, stationed Hors d’Oeuvres, passed Hors d’Oeuvres, beverage services, drop off: lunches, breakfasts, entrees, pastries, pastas, salads, party platters, and desserts.

The Benjamin kitchen staff will even prepare specially requested dishes with its ability to create almost any cuisine or theme, and vegan, gluten free and other requests are gladly taken. The Benjamin catering kitchen staff always “works fresh,” preparing only the amount of food required for the specific event and it never uses frozen pre-prepared ingredients, as most other caterers do. Benjamin Catering’s ingredients are guaranteed fresh and they never use MSG, additives, or preservatives in preparation.

Owner Dave Feldman is proud that his New York catering company produces only top quality menus and he demands meticulous customer service for each event catered. “We have all of the qualities of New York City's finest caterers except one: Pretentious Prices,” Feldman says. “There is no match to our quality for the price. As the in-house caterer for many of New York's premium event spaces and top clubs, we can offer to you any level of service required from platters that we drop off to your home or office, to white-gloved waiters.”

Restaurant chefs prepare Benjamin Catering’s food, not deli cooks, and is available for outstanding, lower prices than charged by most New York caterers.

Benjamin is popular for its pricing policy of charging customers on a per item or per person basis, including all plates, napkins and utensils. Typically, a pharmaceutical corporate lunch package includes an appetizer, salad, Sandwich Platter, Entrées with appropriate side dishes, fresh cut fruit, assorted handmade desserts, sodas, and waters for $15 per person. Benjamin Catering can fill all orders placed by 3 PM the previous day.

Free quotes for catering New York events are available by calling (917) 691-1548 or by filling out a quick and simple questionnaire at http://www.benjamincateringny.com. Next day orders may be placed by calling Valerie at Benjamin Restaurant and Bar at (917) 691-1548. Email inquiries can be made by writing to info(at)benjamincateringny(dot)com.

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