Catering

Catering and Receptions

Preferred Caterers

Cameron Catering
206-781-8149

Foodz Catering
(206) 297-9634

Gourmondo
206-587-0190

Classic Catering
206-547-3131

City Catering Company
206-721-0334

Seneca Space Reception

Town Hall preferred caterers represent a range of menu selections and pricing. For more information about our preferred caterers, ask our Rental & Booking Director, or contact the caterers directly. Please discuss Town Hall catering policies with your event coordinator.

Events where food will be served fall into three categories:

Reception with Commercially Prepared Food: $50

  • Client brings commercially prepared food, sets up, cleans up, and removes refuse after the event.
  • A caterer drops off food for an event. Clients are charged for food drop-off, regardless of whether they contract with a preferred or non-preferred Town Hall caterer. Client sets up, cleans up, and removes refuse after the event.

Reception Staffed by Town Hall Preferred Caterer: No Charge

  • Catering company delivers, sets up, stays, serves, cleans up, and removes refuse after the event. See above for a list of TH preferred caterers.

Reception Staffed by Non-preferred Caterer: $150

  • Catering company delivers, sets up, stays, serves, cleans up, and removes refuse after the event.

No homemade, family-style, potluck food and/or beverages are permitted in TH. All food and beverages must be provided by a licensed caterer or otherwise approved by TH staff. Town Hall has no cooking facilities, and all food is to be prepared off-site.

The renter is responsible for setup, staffing, and cleaning up, and for obtaining appropriate licenses and permits associated with the event. A fee will be assessed for any cleaning or damages resulting beyond normal janitorial cleanup.

Every caterer pays a venue charge to Town Hall based on gross food and beverage sales. This fee is 7% for preferred caterers and 10% for non-preferred caterers.

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