A successful evening (FAQ)


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How to throw a successful spaghetti dinner party?

  • Date and location of event
  • Graphic design: tickets, posters, flyers
  • Who sells the tickets (teams)
  • Chairs, tables, tablecloths, decorations
  • Entertainer? DJ? Music band?
  • Other fundraising activities during the evening (silent auction, half & half, etc.)
  • Beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic)
  • Sponsors
  • Photographer

Frequently Asked Questions

What price can we target for our tickets?

We charge a fixed price, so you can sell your tickets at any price you like. We often see $15.00 per person. We also do events that charge up to $25.00 per ticket for the same meal. It's up to you to find your balance! The amount varies greatly depending on the value and activities that will be provided for your guests.

How long does it take to serve my group?

Most of the time, the whole service takes us a maximum of 1 hour. Our record: 185 people in 14 minutes.

We serve your group in 1h30 maximum, regardless of the number of meals (50 to 5,000). The more meals you serve, the more we can

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Is there pork in your sauce?

NO. Only 100% Canadian beef

What time do you arrive on site?

We arrive about 30 minutes before the service is due to start. Our team is made up of professionals who are used to doing this kind of event. With this lead time, they'll have plenty of time to set up and start your service on time.

Who cleans up after the event?

We clean our entire workspace. The event organizer is responsible for the dining room.

What equipment do you use?

We use professional catering equipment requiring only two electrical outlets for every 300 people served.

How much space do you need?

We need 3 8-foot tables for every 300 people to be served.

Do you ask for a deposit before the event?

YES. We ask for a $1.50 deposit per meal.

Do you do table service?

No, we have one cook for every 150 people on site. (except for delivery package). We reheat the pasta, assemble the plates and set up the food stall. People have to come and get their plates. You must provide 2 volunteers for every 150 people.