If you’re in the greater Atlanta area, chances are, you have enjoyed a memorable meal courtesy of Occasional Occasions by Carlton. The area’s premiere caterer since 1994, Occasional Occasions offers boutique-style services for private affairs, as well as corporate and non-profit events of note. Whether it's an intimate gathering for friends or a grand gala for hundreds, the company’s signature southern hospitality always shines through.
In addition to offering refined Southern cuisine, Occasional Occasions is also well known for providing unusual and intriguing menus options simply not available elsewhere. That out-of-the-box thinking carries over to spectacular buffet table displays, as well. And, now Carlton Brown of Occasional Occasions has one more trick up his chef’s coat sleeve – CateringStone!
CateringStone gives Occasional Occasions the ability to keep hot food hot and cold foods cold without the use of electricity, open flame, or ice. And, CateringStone has greatly expanded an already expansive menu. Clients with challenging venues such as museums, art galleries, or office buildings can now enjoy a full complement of delicious hot and cold options, without the need for messy ice, trailing electrical cords, or often prohibited open flame. "Being a boutique-style catering company, with a medium sized truck, one of my main concerns is always transporting, loading and storage. CateringStone has revolutionized the amount of equipment that I have to take to a party, leaving me much more flexibility for other crucial items. Besides that, the presentation of the CateringStone is beautiful and adds to the elegant presentation that I’m known for," explains Brown.
To learn more about Occasional Occasions vast array of services and delicious menu options, visit Occasional Occasions by Carlton.
CateringStone is a breakthrough thermal consistency product for the catering supply, restaurant supply, and food transport industries. Using 100% food-safe technology, CateringStone delivers constant, dependable temperatures of below 40 ° F and above 140 ° F. It replaces the need for ice, electricity, and open flame in a multitude of food-related applications.