Northern Virginia-Based Silver Spoon Caterers Launches New Website

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Silver Spoon Caterers Launches New Website this week.

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The newly revamped website with its clean, sleek design...

Silver Spoon Caterers, a family owned and woman operated business that serves the social and corporate communities of Washington, DC metropolitan area has launched a new website. Visitors are greeted by a three-column menu that expands and collapses based on the caterer’s major service offerings: Wedding catering, corporate catering, and special event catering.

“I have loved, and wanted to make a life filled with food and feeding people since I was a little girl. Our main goal at Silver Spoon Caterers is to succeed as a team-oriented business, producing and serving a high quality product with a commitment to excellence in service, planning, and quality,” said owner and caterer Audrey Lustre. “The newly revamped website with its clean, sleek design will only serve to help us better meet this aim.”

Silver Spoon Caterers offers top-to-bottom wedding and special event catering services; Lustre and her team develop unique, custom menus to please any palate, and accommodate any dietary restriction necessary. Corporate catering offerings include boxed sandwiches, wraps or paninis, and your choice of two sides; opt for a platter-style choice if you’re feeding a crowd.

To learn more about Silver Spoon Caterers, and to see their new website, visit http://www.silverspooncaterers.com.

About Silver Spoon Caterers
Since 1997, family owned and woman-operated Silver Spoon Caterers has served fresh, delicious, top quality food to both corporate and private companies in the DC Metro and Northern Virginia areas. From charity galas to national conventions to intimate gatherings, their commitment to quality, value and careful service makes them the number one choice for catering any event. Visit their website at http://www.silverspooncaterers.com to order online or call (703) 968-2950.

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