The menu is a vital part of planning a Bar or Bat Mitzvah or any event. Food planning enhances a Bar or Bat Mitzvah and allows you to personalize the festivities so that they’re memorable. Bar and Bat Mitzvahs are celebratory milestones. A child only turns 12 or 13 once. Is your child turning 12 or 13 soon? You’re probably wondering how to plan the celebration, especially during these challenging times. If you’re concerned about safety, we recommend a virtual event, and a fantastic food menu that we can provide, and your child can enjoy. Here are some creative Bar and Bat Mitzvah food ideas that you should consider.
Ask Your Child What They Want
It’s their celebration, and within reason, you should cater to your child. The event is all about them, and you should plan your menu by asking them questions. Here are a few “brainstormers” that you can ask them:
- What are your absolute favorite foods for breakfast, lunch, and dinner?
- What dessert makes you say, “yum!”?
- If you could eat only one thing at your bar/bat mitzvah, what would it be?
- What foods make you say, “Eww!”
Look for an Experienced Catering Company That Specializes in Kosher Catering
Kosher catering is our specialty. If your family is orthodox, we have experience in providing food while aligning with dietary restrictions. Even if your family isn’t conventional, you still want a catering company that can bring the food menu to life. Not all catering companies specialize in the fun and unique catering ideas that you may have in mind. Here are a few food ideas that will make your child’s bar or bat mitzvah unforgettable, even if you decide to celebrate it from your home’s comfort:
- Ice Cream Cookies
- An Ice Cream Sundae Bar
- Specialty French Fries
- Heavy Appetizers such as sliders, chicken fingers, pizza, and quesadillas
- A Taco Bar
- Much More!
Reach out to Catering by Alan Weiss today to inquire about our unique offerings.
Tips on Planning a Virtual Event
While a virtual event may not sound taxing as having an event in person with a lot of guests, there is still some prep work to consider. Here are some tips to consider:
- Make sure that your connection is secure
- Don’t have too many guests on one call.
- Still, organize your virtual event so that it runs smoothly.
Are you in need of kosher catering or catering of any sort? Reach out to us today. Nothing quite brings families together like food, especially during these challenging times.
Catering by Alan Weiss
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