Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our guests, and we know nothing is more important to you than your guests’ safety. We have diligently engineered our practices to keep you, your guests, and our staff safe during all events and all visits to our facility.
Our regular safety practices include:
- Requiring ServeSafe Certification including:
- ServeSafe Food Handlers – Currently 32
- ServeSafe Allergen Trained Handlers – Currently 3
- ServeSafe Alcohol Trained Bartenders – Currently 13
- ServeSafe Alcohol Instructors – Currently 3
- Quarterly training reinforcing safety standards and guidelines
- Transporting all food in a fleet of refrigerated vehicles
- Maintaining our A+ Health Inspection rating
- Requiring that all truck drivers pass internal certification programs
- A history of top-down commitment to food safety
In more than 40 years of catering and event service – having served approximately 3.5 million people – we have never had an outbreak of foodborne illness. We continue to work hard, update training, and use best practices to be sure that our streak isn’t broken, and you can enjoy your event without worry.
When responsible for Full Event Production, we thoroughly vet all our partners to be sure they have the appropriate certifications and regulations we require for our events including:
- Business License
- Occupancy License
- Vendor Certification
- Proof of Insurance
- Permits for Power Needs
- Fire Marshal/OSHA Regulations
We take the spread of the COVID-19 virus very seriously. As a food service and event planning business, we have implemented additional policies and procedures to create and maintain a safe environment for our clients and employees.
Georgia Safety Promise – We’re In!
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we committed ourselves to the Georgia Safety Promise. Governor Kemp and the Georgia Department of Health created the Georgia Safety Promise to encourage Georgians to minimize the spread of COVID-19 while keeping the state open for business. We committed ourselves to:
- Wearing Face Coverings
- Washing Our Hands
- Sanitizing Surfaces
- Staying Six Feet Apart