Organizing an event is hard. Even to pros. So what makes life easier for you, the event planner, when picking a caterer to help with an event?

Here at Nameless Catering, our staff is aware that several factors can make or break your event. While having good food is one of them, it isn’t the only one. After all, there is a lot that goes into the process that isn’t always easy to see until it’s too late. That’s why we decided to make it simple for you.

Below is a shortlist of steps you should take to make sure you can find the best caterer in town to work your event.

Talk Is Cheap and Companies Don’t Succeed on Promises Alone

Never take a catering company at face value when it claims to provide the best food and service in town. Do your research.

Check the firm’s online reviews, ask for referrals, and make sure the company can have you over for a tasting. Better yet, show up on a public tasting unannounced to see how good their food and service truly are.

If the caterer you have in mind truly is all that good, you will find it easy to confirm it by following this advice.

Demand Flexibility

Caterers can be hard to track simply because they do not value communication. At Nameless, we’re so passionate about communicating well with our clients that we are ready to respond to your needs at any time of the day or the evening. Even on short notice. Better yet, we will communicate with you however you prefer. Call, text, email, Facebook message… whatever works for you works for us.

This open line of communication makes organizing an event an easy task.

Learn to Take Advice

Sometimes, even the most experienced event organizer gets a bit lost. That’s why you should never be afraid to ask for help.

When you find a caterer you like and trust, do not just assume you need a certain amount of dishes, drinks, servers, etc. This could spell out a disaster as bad service translates into a bad experience for your guests. That’s when you should turn to your caterer for advice.

So don’t be afraid to ask for help when you need it.