- General Info:
- Celebration Catering is one of the largest caterers in Dallas. It has been in business for more than 30 years and provides food and catering service to more than 250 companies. The caterer hosts breakfasts, lunches, wedding receptions, birthday parties, corporate events and bar mitzvahs. It provides pianos, bands and string quartets and offers services from DJ's and magicians. Celebration Catering provides tents, tables, chairs, table linens, silverware, glassware and stages on rental basis. It offers various amenities, such as wine and coffee bars, ice sculptures, chocolate fountains, frozen drink machines and floral center pieces. The caterer s menu features salads, sauces, sandwiches, fajitas, pasta, appetizers, cocktails and spaghetti. It serves brownies, cakes, pies, cobblers and cookies in desserts and soda, coffee and tea in beverages. The menu also features a variety of shrimp, egg, turkey, salmon, beef, chicken, pork, mushroom and cheese dishes. It also provides online ordering services. Located in Dallas, Celebration Catering is a part of Celebration Restaurant, Catering and Market.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (214) 352-0031
Phone: (214) 351-2456
Primary Phone: (214) 352-0031
- Payment method:
- check, all major credit cards
- Inwood-Northwest, Bluffview, Northwest Dallas
- Health Food Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Cuisines: Soul, Family Style, American, Healthy, Vegetarian, Salads
Price Range : Average
Very cute atmosphere...warm and homey, and a fun place to bring easy to please out of town guests. I say "easy to please" because unfortunately, I feel that Celebration's food does not match the appeal of the dining experience. It's not bad, but it's probably closer to OK. Yes, it is all-you-can-eat at dinner time, but some of the menu items are quite bland and don't really leave me longing for more. The veggies that come with your meal, which are served family style, are slightly better that the entrees, but still hit or miss. I believe the veggies rotate on a daily basis, and you don't get a say over what comes with your meal. But don't hold me to that. The desserts are quite good, particularly the cobblers. I would definitely say that Celebration is worth a visit due to the uniqueness of the experience. Just don't set your expectations too high, and you will not be let down.
Posted: 6/12/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We've been coming to this restaurant for 10 years and have never had less than a 4 star experience!
The patio is almost always perfect, except on the very hottest Texas evenings. In cooler
weather the patio fireplace adds ambience to the warm heaters! The food is everything I would
expect to go back in time and eat at my grandma's house on a Sunday afternoon. Service is friendly
and quick, and the seconds and thirds are rarely needed but always appreciated!
John, the bartender, is always cheerful and fun to talk to on the rare evenings when we have to dine
inside. Great place to bring kids, large groups, and especially for a family gathering.
Posted: 3/15/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Two families met at Celebration this evening to celebrate my brother's and his donor's recovery from kidney transplant surgery. I made a reservation and we were seated earlier than the scheduled time. The atmosphere was great. It reminded me of sitting around the kitchen at home. The food was hot and delicious. The portions were generous even with seconds! Don't forget dessert...it met the requirements of everyone's sweet tooth. Our waitress, Susan, was very pleasant and her service for a group of 15 was impeccable. Thanks Susan! The celebration was a success and so was the restaurant.
Posted: 12/7/2007Provided by Citysearch -
If you are looking for really, really excellent home made and 'comfort' foods, do yourself a huge favor and eat across the street from Celebration at the place in the little gray house called 'Eden' where the food and prices are better, and you can bring your own wine with you, so it does not cost a fortune!
Posted: 10/5/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Our daughter, her husband & our grandkids took us there as a surprise (because we'd heard so much about this place & were always saying we wanted to go).-It is a HOUSE that someone made into a restaurant, which made very homey. We enjoyed the breads & the mashed potatoes very much. And the fried chicken was very good.- I'd say this place is as good as we'd heard it was & I want to go back sooooon!!!
Posted: 9/11/2006Provided by Citysearch -
finally got to try celebration, and it is certainly worthy of all the hype. they are very generous with the food, and i'm pretty sure 'seconds' can be a different entree (if you're into variety). of all things. the fresh rolls/cornbread and the coconut cream pie were the best part of my visit, but I certainly was satisfied with everything else (fried chicken, potroast).