Any event planner knows the tried and true method to reach the hearts and minds of their attendees is through their stomachs. In Lubbock, Texas, you don’t have to venture far to find good food and quality drinks. We have put together a list of a few local favorite caterers that are sure to leave your guests craving more.
It wouldn’t be a Texas event without a plate of barbecue! Since 1978, Bigham’s has been a family-run local favorite. Top tier meats, delicious sides and delectable desserts are complemented with the house sweet tea, making for the ideal bulk order. Click here to place your order!
Whether it’s a private party, corporate meeting, wedding or reunion dinner The Farmhouse guarantees to please! From fajita bars to pasta nights, there are a variety of catering menu items depending on your taste. Visit their website to put in a bid today!
Glazed Honey Ham
Since 1989, good food and good folks has been Glazed Honey Ham’s promise. Offering signature hams, specialty meats to be included on your choice of meat and cheese or sandwich trays which feed up to 30 people, this local staple is a great option for lunch. With a plethora of savory and sweet options, each tray or boxed lunch is fully decorated with the finest ingredients.
With over 100 options to choose from, those who are looking to satisfy their sweet tooth can indulge in the myriad of dessert trays, while those who enjoy a more savory option can delight in one of the many platters. Market Street is part of The United Family grocery store chain, allowing event planners the freedom to get creative with each spread!
Top Tier Catering
In affiliation with Texas Tech University, Top Tier Catering is the supreme choice for all events on the Red Raider’s campus. Top Tier ensures each host an unforgettable event, as they provide excellence down to the smallest detail. With over 25 years of experience servicing weddings to business meetings, rest assured, Top Tier is an award-winning caterer and no brainer for your next event.
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