Wedding Catering in Mammoth Lakes

Shouldn’t your first meal together as a married couple be something to remember? The talented caterers and bakers of Mammoth Lakes certainly think so, and they’ll craft something spectacular that you’ll remember for anniversaries to come.

Note: Many of the providers below cater to dietary restrictions and allergies; be sure to mention those needs early in the booking and planning process so caterers can accommodate requests.

Catering for Weddings in Mammoth Lakes

Mammoth Catering

Let chef John Kovatch of Mammoth Catering craft a custom menu that will make your wedding unforgettable. John has been living and working in Mammoth Lakes since 2008. During this time, he has catered and coordinated hundreds of successful events from intimate private dining experiences to large weddings with up to 300 guests.

With mountain-style starters, such as warm soups, and main dishes, such as New Zealand rack of lamb or seasonal seafood options, Mammoth Catering has a variety of options to fit any taste.

Bleu Handcrafted Foods

Epicureans, rejoice! Bleu Handcrafted Foods has elevated Mammoth Lakes’ seasonal offerings to an art form. Browse through the offerings at the Bleu Marketplace and you’ll get a good idea of the delicacies and more robust options available when they cater weddings and events.

Options you’ll definitely want to consider: finest cuts of meat, carefully curated cheeses and a wide selection of wines and beers. The team at Bleu Handcrafted Foods delights in sourcing and presenting unique global flavors on their menu.

Anything Goes Fine Catering

The team at Anything Goes Fine Catering proudly claims that they can take your event “from ordinary to extraordinary,” and they must be doing something right because they’ve been serving happy Mammoth Lakes wedding guests since 1987. Catering menus start at $50 per person, with customizable menus for every wedding.

Consider passing around one of their delicious plank pizzas to hungry guests at the reception or sitting down to one of their sumptuous entrees. Anything Goes Fine Catering even offer a kids’ menu for the littlest guests with tummy-pleasing options like grilled cheese. Side-dish options abound with Creole-spiced asparagus, wild salmon pasta salad and even Julia Child’s scalloped potatoes.

And if you’re looking to add a personal touch to your dessert bar, you might want to think about including some of “Grandma’s cookies,” including Pecan Sandies and chocolate ribbons.

Mammoth Private Chef

Professional chef Daniel Molnar of Mammoth Private Chef has an impeccable resume that results in some incredible catered meals. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, he has also worked with Wolfgang Puck and in the kitchen of the Whitebark at the Westin Monache Resort. He now specializes in reasonably priced, no-frills wedding, although he certainly has the knowledge and capability to scale up for the event.

Some of Daniel’s past menus have included items like chorizo-stuffed mushrooms, watermelon and mint salad, grilled New York steak with chimichurri sauce, lamb sirloin with salsa verde and Tillamook cheddar mac and cheese. He and his staff are happy to cater to kids’ appetites as well.

Catering for Weddings at Mammoth Mountain Venues

Mammoth Mountain

At Mammoth Mountain wedding venues, including June Mountain, on-mountain catering packages are included in the venue bookings. Mammoth Mountain offers a variety of food and beverage offerings to fit all styles and tastes. Chef’s table and family-style setups are available at all venues, while plated dinners are offered at Parallax and McCoy Station.

The catering team at Mammoth Mountain also offers special add-ons, such as signature drinks, a street-inspired taco bar or late night snacks, to make your wedding unique and memorable.

June Mountain

June Mountain weddings are served buffet-style, with plenty of delicious options for guests to choose from.

The Lakefront Restaurant

For intimate weddings held at The Lakefront Restuarant, couples can work with Chef Patrick Jacobus to design the perfect bespoke menu.

Check out the Mammoth Mountain sample wedding menu to explore the options available at Mammoth Mountain venues in more detail.

Alexia Wellons

Alexia Wellons has always lived with a mountain range in sight and is a writer, editor, and founding member of Scarlet Letters Copywriting. Since 2014, Scarlet Letters has worked with the Mammoth Lakes Tourism office on fact-checking the printed Visitor Guide and website, and are now delighted to translate that knowledge into blog posts. A…

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