Monday, November 30, 2015

Atlanta-Area Restaurants Cater To Your Holiday Needs

For more information:
 Emily Connolly or Morgan Dyches
Melissa Libby & Associates

Feast Without the Fuss

ATLANTA (Nov. 30, 2015) – As in-laws come into town and holiday shopping season swings into full force, cooking a big turkey or a holiday ham with all the fixings might sound like an insurmountable task. Save yourself the headache of planning large meals for the family and place an order or book a private party with one of these restaurants instead.

Chef Shaun Doty caters farm-to-plate entrées and sides at Bantam + Biddy (Avalon, Lenox Square, Crescent Ave., Ansley Mall). Fried chicken warms up hearts and conversations along with macaroni and cheese and vegetables like Brussels sprouts and collard greens, all conveniently picked up or delivered to you. To place an order, email or call 404-725-5059. Sister restaurant Chick-a-Biddy offers a similar selection at Atlantic Station.

Bellina Alimentari at Ponce City Market caters parties that Italian dreams are made of, from an antipasti bar and panini platter to primi, secondi and dolci courses. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance; allow a week for parties of 30 or more. Private event space is also available at Bellina and includes family-style meals, cocktail events and guided tastings of olive oil, balsamic vinegar and wine. For more information and reservations, email or call 404-330-9933.

Whether it's at your home or one of the restaurant's locations around town, FLIP burger boutique can plan a remarkable event for your holiday season with sliders, burgers, chips, vegetables and more. The team is ready to cater anything from a holiday party to holiday cheer around the office. For information, email or call 901-355-9323.

HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern in Midtown provides small bites like soft pretzels and warm dip to wings and more substantial meals to share. Your place or theirs, HOBNOB will make your party a success with a full catering menu. Call 404-968-2288 for more information.

This year, do Christmas to-go with Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails’ bundle package. Comes with your choice of an Applewood-smoked turkey with Madiera gravy or go with the classic and do a spiral ham with bourbon-orange glaze. Both come with one side and feeds 6-8. $85 each plus tax. Additional sides available upon request for $20 a quart.  Order yours at by December 18. Available for pick up on December 23 and 24. You can find a photo here.

For those who can't get enough of Kevin Gillespie's barbecue, Terminus City provides a Southern-style feast of smoked wonderment. With whole-hog barbecue, country-fried steak, and homemade sides like fried okra, Brunswick stew and creamed corn, these meals will make your holiday hosting skills a family favorite for years to come. Visit the Facebook page for more information, and place orders by emailing or calling 404-380-1886.

Check out Tin Lizzy's Cantina for a spicier holiday fiesta with a variety of fajita fixings, grilled chicken, pulled pork, cantina salads and margarita mix (sorry, tequila not included). Deliveries require a $100 minimum order; $25 delivery fee within 10 miles. Prices exclude taxes and gratuity, and 24-hour notice is appreciated. Book your $500 or more holiday party now and receive a $100 Tin Lizzy's gift card to use for future purchases. For more information, email or call 404-668-8757. You can find a photo here.

Consider Twin Smokers BBQ for meats like brisket, pork ribs and pulled meat by the pound or half pound with a variety of sides like "Burnt Ends" chili and potato salad. Several pricing options are offered, and drop-off catering is available with 48-hours notice for parties of 25 or more. View the menu at, and call 404-698-4707 for more information.

Willy's Mexicana Grill provides cheese dip, guacamole, salsa, chips, burritos and crowd-pleasing catering options like build-your-own taco, fajita or nacho bars. Ten-person minimum on catering orders. For a full list of Tex-Mex flavors, view the menu at Order online or call 404-422-7107.


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