Catering can be one of the greatest assets to an event or meeting. Food that is delicious, unique and easily transported is sure to add value and excitement. Book one of these cool, new Fort Worth culinary options for your next meeting or event.
Hot Box Biscuit Club
Hot Box Biscuit Club is a great addition to any brunch event. This pop-up serves Southern brunch options and always feature their namesake in various ways. Think cheddar and hatch chile biscuits, sweet potato biscuits and the traditional flaky roll that pairs deliciously with homemade jams.
And while brunch is their main game, don't count Hot Box out for lunch or dinner service. The pop-up can cater any event, morning or night. Find them soon on South Main in the Near Southside.
Meyer & Sage
Meyer & Sage offers healthy boutique catering options for any event or meeting. The Meyer & Sage menu is chock full of fresh, seasonal items that they make into delectable healthy dishes. They are able to cater to any lifestyle including paleo, gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan and food allergies. Find them in The Foundry District at their brick-and-mortar.
Buon Giorno Coffee Trike
Looking for a delicious, eco-friendly coffee option? Try Buon Giorno Coffee Trike. This pedal-powered authentic Italian espresso-grinder is a show stopper. The trike offers an amazing coffee-on-the-go experience with a zero-waste system that will give you world-class espresso while saving the planet.
Quarry Coffee Bar
Quarry Coffee Bar is perfect when in need of a larger coffee bar option. This mobile option is great for catering various openings or events, weddings and more.Try the scrumptious lavender latte, hot chocolate or drip coffee.
Rollin' and Bowlin'
Looking for a healthy breakfast option? Rollin' and Bowlin’ is the vendor for you. Touted as Fort Worth's first food truck dedicated to serving fresh açaí bowls, Rollin' and Bowlin’ makes everything fresh-to-order, making for the perfect start to your day.
Panther City BBQ
Barbecue is a Fort Worth staple; make your next event Texas-authentic with Panther City BBQ. Along with barbecue faves pork, brisket, chicken, ribs and sausage, Panther City also offers tasty menu items such as brisket pizza and smoked mac and cheese. Try the pork bell burnt ends. Texas Monthly's BBQ Snob raved they were "some of the best bbq bites of the year."
Black Cat Pizza
Pizza is sure to make your event a hit. And Black Cat Pizza is the pop-up for the job. This Fort Worth recently opened a brick-and-mortar off South Main and continues to whip up creative pies with toppings like chorizo, squash and pepitas or pesto, ricotta, Calabrian and Serrano peppers, and smoked sardines. They also offer your classic favorites like cheese and pepperoni.
End things right with a yummy dessert. Sixty6 & Co is an adorable 1960s camper that serves delicious cupcakes in a variety of flavors. If dessert isn’t your thing, they also offer tea sandwiches, mini quiches, and other light options. Fun fact: this vendor works closely with Hot Box Biscuit Club for the ultimate mashup.