Loree’s Catering: Something Special For Everyone

Loree’s Catering: Something Special For Everyone

For the last 30 years Loree Ogan, chef and owner of Loree’s Catering, has fulfilled and exceeded her to her customers’ needs by staying in tune with the latest trends in the food industry. By listening to her customer’s needs she has built her company upon creating an individual, unique experience for each client.

Local customers from Ridgefield, Redding, Newtown and Bethel, as well as clients as far as West Virginia, clamor for her innovative cuisine, exceptional service and creative presentation. Using the freshest ingredients from local farms such as Holbrook Farm in Bethel and Short Farm in Sandy Hook makes food flavorful.

Catering For All Occasions With a Personal Touch

Loree’s caters events as small as an intimate dinner for two, and as large as corporate events for ten thousand, Ogan said. The largest event she ever catered was for 18,000 at the opening of Macy’s store at Pentagon Plaza in Washington D.C. Loree’s Catering has been featured in local newspapers such as The News Times and The Newtown Bee, as well as the nationally known trade journal, Cater Source. “Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous” host Robin Leach hired Loree’s to cater one of his events. Clients are referred by word of mouth or by attending a party or event she catered.

Last Saturday alone Loree’s had three different events booked in one day. The morning began at the Bethel Cycle, located at the newly renovated Bethel train station. The owner, Greg Pelican, hired Loree’s to create a breakfast spread for their bikers who were being filmed for a TV commercial. Later on that same day, Loree’s catered a funeral. The day ended on a happier note as two local residents celebrated their engagement with an outdoor poolside barbecue.

Wonderful Weddings

Bethel residents Brandy Hughes and Sean Hargraves were recently engaged and celebrating with family and friends. Sean’s mother Pat hired Loree’s to cater her son and future daughter-in-law’s engagement party.

“I hired Loree’s because I wanted good food and I didn’t want to have to think about anything. Loree took care of not only the food but also the bartenders, the servers and even the tent, so I could relax and not have to worry about anything” Pat said.

Loree’s takes care of ordering equipment, supplies, tents, tables, flowers, cakes and personalized touches that makes the day even more special. Weddings and events are held at Tarrywile Mansion or Hatter’s Park in Danbury, the Alexandria Room in Newtown or many other locations that Loree’s partners with.

Breakfast Bites

In addition to their busy catering services, Loree’s café serves up freshly baked breakfast choices such as homemade muffins, croissants and morning buns. For the health-conscious Loree’s creates all-natural energy drinks and smoothies. Classic favorites such as egg sandwiches and Belgian waffles are available as well.

What’s for Dinner?

Dinners-to-go have been an increasingly popular selection for her customers as more families become busier and busier. Homemade chicken pot pies, stuffed cabbage, and pork roast are just a sampling of dinners to choose from. Vegetarians and those with food allergies will delight in the vast array of meat and gluten-free specialties such as a corn and black bean salad with a cilantro-lime dressing, fresh roasted vegetables, vegetable quiches and much more. Dinners are priced as low as $5.99 for dinner for two.

Delicious Desserts

Freshly baked whoopee pies with strawberry crème filling, Red Velvet and S’mores cupcakes and lemon coconut cake with fresh strawberries are just a small sampling of the delectable desserts Loree’s Catering offers. Gluten-free brownies and chocolate chip cookies are baked fresh daily for those with wheat allergies. Nut-free almond pound cake is also available, as well as special orders, with 24-hour advance notice.

Hors d’oeuvres For Any Season

Dinner parties any time of the year begin with a bang with selections such as Artichokes Parmesan with Jalapeno, Lobster-filled Phylo Cups, Brie Blossom with Sliced Apples and Smoked Salmon with Cucumber and Fresh Dill. Other appetizers include standards such as Antipasto Platter, Shrimp Cocktail Platter, Bruschetta with Fresh Plum Tomato, Basil and Mozzarella and Vegetable & Cheese Platters.

Teens Cooking Classes

Back by popular demand! Loree’s will hold their next session of teen cooking classes August 12-19. It is a 3-day session that includes hands-on lessons in baking basics such as cookies, bar cookies, crème puffs and cakes. Students will make a pie shell, bake a fruit pie and learn cake decorating. Classes run from 9am-12pm and cost $150 per student. Call to register today! (203) 748-0852.

Whether it’s a small intimate event or a large corporate function, Loree’s Catering provides personal attention, outstanding event staff and delicious food. From backyard barbecues to formal wedding receptions and corporate events, Loree’s Catering makes the day picture perfect for you and your guests.

Loree’s Catering is located at 4 Elizabeth Street, Bethel, CT. Store hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and  Friday 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Tuesday 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., and Saturday 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

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