By: Megan Kujawa
Nothing brightens up a workplace meeting quite like morning smoothies or lunchtime BBQ. Satisfy board rooms and business meetings with downtown’s creative catering options, rounded up here:
Let the historic Waterfront Deli cater your next meeting. They provide breakfast, bagged lunches or platter options to the downtown area. With three menus to pick from that feature classic cold cuts and daily specials, you can let the deli come right to your conference room.
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Give your morning meeting a needed pick-me-up with catering from Brunch. Their catering menu offers plenty of delicious vegetarian and gluten-free options such as the savory Cinnamon Vanilla French Toast or the Breakfast Taco Bar. Brunch also delivers for free within a 10-mile radius of their downtown location.
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600 EAST Café offers a complete with specialty breakfast and lunch options. They make it easy for you to put together assorted platters or customized boxed lunches for your group. And, if you need a private space to hold your meeting, they’re conveniently located in the 600 EAST Business Center with conference rooms and high-tech capabilities.
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Does your staff like to eat fresh and clean? Consider Grassroots, located in Chase Tower, . Their signature salad bowls available for pick-up or delivery feed 10-12 people and include their tasty house-made dressings. If you need to feed more, they also offer a custom salad bar setup for groups of 40+.
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If you’re hosting a corporate event and want to impress, go with Birch + Butcher. Voted , they can host your event in their private dining room, or provide offsite services. Just give them the details and budget, and they will come up with a sophisticated menu tailored just for you.
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Have a taste for barbecue? DOC’s Commerce Smokehouse can help you satisfy that. They offer to best fit your meeting’s needs. If you’re hosting a larger group and looking to get out of the office, their private dining space can accommodate up to 75 guests.
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About the Author: Megan Kujawa is the Marketing & Special Events intern at Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21. She is a senior at Marquette University studying public relations, marketing and advertising.Posted in: Dining & Nightlife