Breakfast, the most important meal of the day, is all too often, overlooked, rushed and/or unhealthy.
If you’re planning a morning event that includes breakfast catering whether it be a meeting, conference, seminar, workshop or anything else, your goal for breakfast should be to energize, engage and get participants ready to participate.
Unfortunately, mainstream breakfast options are often carb heavy, primarily consisting of an unequal balance of baked goods, bread heavy egg-sandwiches and whole fruit platters. These breakfasts lead participants to consume unhealthy amount of carbs causing them to be sluggish and to compensate with copious amounts of caffeine. Is this starting to sound familiar?
Guillaume ClairetBreakfast Catering – Reimagine the Grab-n-go Corporate Breakfast
The ASAE holds an annual conference at different locations every year. This year, timed with Canada’s 150th Anniversary, the ASAE selected Toronto to host their event. With over 2,000 planned international attendees, we wanted to give ASAE members a truly Canadian culinary experience.
Hugo FilipeToronto celebrates ASAE with Tourism Toronto and Daniel et Daniel Catering & Events
What it takes to cater and plan one of Toronto’s largest milestone sporting events.
THE HUDDLE A MILESTONE EVENT
Giving fans a chance to hang out with some of their favorite athletes, the Grey Cup kickoff party is the ultimate event for football enthusiasts across Canada. With 104 years of history, it’s amassed plenty of attention. This kickoff was particularly special as it returned to Toronto, the city where the first championship for the Grey Cup was played in 1909.
Guillaume ClairetFUN, FOOD, FISH and FOOTBALL!!! CATERING CANADA’S 104th GREY CUP KICKOFF PARTY
The Design Exchange has been ground zero for countless spectacular events over the years. Bursting forth from the former home of the Toronto Stock Exchange, it has been a significant host to Toronto’s event scene for two decades, setting the scene for myriad weddings, corporate events and fundraising galas. The interior of the former Stock Exchange is beautifully dramatic in its own right, but for a yearly recurring event we knew it was essential to provide an element of surprise.
Guillaume ClairetAn Enchanted Evening at the Design Exchange