RSVP Catering, one of the region’s premier catering services, has a holiday offer that’s hard to refuse: The creative chefs at RSVP Catering will make your Christmas dinner for you and your guests — and deliver it to your door.
Not only that, but for those who have yet to decide what gift to give to those on their list, RSVP Catering is packing custom Comfort & Joy gift boxes for $75 that include hot chocolate bombs, chocolate-dipped Rice Krispy treats, a jar of cookie dough, an apricot and cranberry granola bar, peppermint pretzel bark, seasonal truffles, vanilla almond biscotti, and, as if that wasn’t enough, a mini-loaf of pumpkin bread.
We should also mention that gift cards are available which allows recipients to order home delivery of anything on RSVP’s menu throughout the year. The gift cards are digital, so don’t worry about late mail delivery.
The Christmas Prix-Fixe is an entire meal for six, made as easy as filling out the form and waiting for the doorbell to ring for the home delivery. Offerings include a seasonal surf-and-turf combo of roasted tenderloin with spicy dill mustard and horseradish aioli and lump crabcakes with a smoked onion remoulade. Those are paired with a crisp winter green bean salad, maple-sherry glazed carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and homemade challah and sweet potato biscuits. A Christmas dinner for six is $300.
Optional desserts include a traditional Yule log in chocolate or gingerbread and a half pound of pretzel and peppermint bark.
Speaking of sweets, RSVP Catering is also making seasonal treats including Yule log bites, holiday French macarons, mini whoopie pies and cheesecake lollipops.
Everything from the menu is available for home delivery. But get in touch soon to assure delivery! Orders must be placed by Wednesday, December 22 at 12 p.m. Deliveries will available up until Friday, December 24 at 4 p.m.
Gift Boxes require advance ordering as well minimum 72 hours advance.
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