Party planning can get stressful and if you are anything like me, the food preparation is the worst part.
I never know what all to make, and when I do decide on what to buy it’s always way expensive.
This year we are calling Sweet Tomatoes to help us out with Andrea’s Birthday party. Sweet Tomatoes offers a fresh, wholesome, and healthy meal for any event! How much easier can it get then to have Sweet Tomatoes catering?
Catering is a new service that Sweet Tomatoes is offering and to kick things off they are offering an introductory special for the month of July.
The Sweet Tomatoes catering introductory offer includes:
Caesar Salad Asiago, Chicken Wonton Salad, 2 pasta salads, baked potatoes & all the toppings, assorted muffins and Chocolate Chip Cookies for only $6.99 per person, this is usually $9.00 per person.
We all go to parties, wonder about the food being served and how much our waist line will expand. This is an amazing value to have healthy, delicious food catered to your home, business, or venue. I’m overly happy that Sweet Tomatoes has offered this service and can’t wait to share our experience with you during the Birthday Bash on Mommy of Two Little Monkeys.
Eat healthy, have it catered, and make the party planning easy.
Best part of all?
Sweet Tomatoes only needs a 24 hour notice and there are no set up fees for your event.
For more information about Sweet Tomatoes Catering please visit http://www.sweettomatoescatering.com/
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