Triple-digit temperature season has officially arrived, resulting in backyard gatherings that hopefully involve a swimming pool. And if your grill is flashing or you prefer not to take care of it, there are several restaurants in the valley ready to host your party, allowing you to chat, swim and pop bottles with family and friends. Here are 10.
There are several dining options for a backyard shindig of Postino. Party platters include the Caprese which serves 10 to 15 guests for $ 55. There are also antipasto platters with cheeses, meats, vegetables, dried fruits and nuts that cost $ 33 to $ 66 and an assortment of paninis serving at least 14 people, again from $ 33 to $ 66. Bruschetta and salads are also available to take away.
Original ChopShop can help clients who prefer to keep calories to a minimum. Fresh salads like Caesar kale, beetroot, and Asian serve eight to ten people and cost between $ 26 and $ 52. Chicken, tofu, steak and shrimp can be added to every salad. Wraps, bowls and sandwiches are also available.
Individual and catered meal options from Pita Jungle.
Fancy a Mediterranean feast for an impromptu gathering in your garden? Pita Jungle has a choice of falafel, shawarma, salads, soups and sides like garlic new potatoes, lemon-cilantro mixed beans, chicken breast and turmeric brown rice. Family meals cost $ 44, a combo chicken platter for up to 10 people costs $ 63, and a trio hummus platter costs $ 44. PJ also offers the new iMeals, that is to say individual meals, that is to say a restoration without sharing.
Los Taquitos there’s no shortage of burritos, tortas, quesadillas or tacos for a summer party – or just to feed your friends who just helped you move. Accompaniments include thin and salty Los Taquitos crisps with salsa and guacamole. If you’re making breakfast, chorizo or huevos rancheros are also available. Call the various sites for more information on catering.
Trapp Haus barbecue
511 East Roosevelt Street
Whether it’s a graduation ceremony or a pool party, Trapp Haus barbecue has you covered. The platters cost $ 64.99 each and include a choice of four of the following: brisket, pulled pork, chicken, shrimp, ribs, and hot links. The sides are also part of the experience. Choose from baked beans, smoked mac and cheese, medium greens, country potato salad, waffle fries, and coleslaw with jalapeño honey. Call 602-466-5462 for pre-orders.
Mediterranean cuisine from Saba
4747 East Bell Road
Let him do it Mediterranean cuisine from Saba to host your next gathering. To start, choose from Greek, tabbouleh and Caesar salad. A half-pan costs $ 50 and a full pan starts at $ 85. Appetizer platters include dolmas, falafels, and spanakopita and start at $ 50. Pita sandwich platters are also available and start at $ 45.
Barbacoa, carne asada, and cabeza tacos, smoked beans and salad bar works.
Photo by Jackie Mercandetti
620 East Roosevelt Street
Preparing for a catering business on short notice? Taco Boy’s only needs two hours for your last minute bash in the backyard. For $ 24.99 a pound, choose from steak, chicken, cabeza, tripa, barbacoa, marinated pork and salad bar fillings as well as 15 tortillas. Add a bean or rice platter for $ 19.99. A jug of horchata costs $ 64.99. Call 602-675-3962 to place an order.
Canton Dragon and Asian Bar Grill
10190 North 90th Street, Scottsdale
Although this family-run Chinese restaurant is friendly, Canton Dragon and Asian Bar Grill offers catering services to boot. Choose from hot and spicy shrimp that serve up to six people and cost $ 49.95, Mongolian beef for $ 49.95, Kung pao chicken platter is $ 45.95, and vegetable fried rice for less than $ 49.95. $ 36.
Dorados tacos stuffed with roasted vegetables, tomatillo cruda and salsa macha.
GuacStar and Cantina cuisine
GuacStar and Cantina cuisine
920 East University Drive, # 204, Tempe
It wasn’t long before this newly opened restaurant offered its Mexican vegan options in platter form. Choose from chicken elote, Baja pescado or Dorados taco from GuacStar and Cantina cuisine. You can also add fries and salsa (a must), loaded nachos and salads. Choose churro waffles or a super licky cake for dessert.
Oregano Bistro Pizza
Pasta and pizzas on the patio from Oregano Bistro Pizza sounds like a perfect Saturday afternoon. Appetizers include a spinach and cheese artichoke dip and wings, while the pasta includes dishes like the Big Rig – rigatoni in a creamy chipotle sauce – and Alfredo the Dark or poblano peppers are tossed in a sauce. with cheese from the southwest. Often there are options for adding chicken or sausage to a dish. For dessert, the cookie pizza with ice cream is a must.
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