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Great Charleston Restaurants That Will Cater Your Wedding

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Need a caterer for your special day? There's plenty of Charleston restaurants specializing in satisfying your food and beverage needs during your reception. From intimate sit-down dinners to large buffets, one of these spots can help you out.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Cru Catering

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The catering arm of Cru Cafe can provide a Southern influence on your wedding day. Chef and owner John Zucker has created an extensive menu of favorites from his kitchen that range from mini pickled shrimp BLTs to roasted lavender cornish hen to a mac and cheese bar (it's awarding winning, so you should probably add that option).

Tristan Events

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Though Tristan may be shuttered, the catering arm of the restaurant lives on. The menus are full of modern American dishes patrons came to love from chef Nate Whiting when the fine dining eatery was in full swing. Thechoices range from dishes like compressed watermelon with watermelon jerky or duck mousse cornets to serve during cocktail hour and other options to add a paella or top round station for later.

Good Food Catering Co

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Good Food Catering is a division of Holy City Hospitality, which runs Charleston favorites like Rue de Jean and Coast. They can make your menu as diverse as you'd like, pulling from French, Asian, and classic Charleston influences. [Photo: Good Food Catering]

Caviar & Bananas

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Throwing together a quick wedding? Look into the gourmet-to-go program at Caviar and Bananas. The George Street provisions stop can whip you up a caviar platter or duck confit canapés with 48 hours notice.

Swig & Swine

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Before settling into Savannah Highway spot Swig & Swine, pitmaster Anthony DiBernardo brought barbecue to events around the Lowcountry. The restaurant still acts as a full-service caterer, so if you're craving pulled pork for your wedding, give them a call.

Mosaic Cafe and Catering

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Mount Pleasant mainstay Mosaic can cater any size wedding with menus to fit your needs. The restaurant offerings are an eclectic mix of classic American favorites with some Asian influences — and smoked gouda mac and cheese.

Cru Catering

The catering arm of Cru Cafe can provide a Southern influence on your wedding day. Chef and owner John Zucker has created an extensive menu of favorites from his kitchen that range from mini pickled shrimp BLTs to roasted lavender cornish hen to a mac and cheese bar (it's awarding winning, so you should probably add that option).

Tristan Events

Though Tristan may be shuttered, the catering arm of the restaurant lives on. The menus are full of modern American dishes patrons came to love from chef Nate Whiting when the fine dining eatery was in full swing. Thechoices range from dishes like compressed watermelon with watermelon jerky or duck mousse cornets to serve during cocktail hour and other options to add a paella or top round station for later.

Good Food Catering Co

Good Food Catering is a division of Holy City Hospitality, which runs Charleston favorites like Rue de Jean and Coast. They can make your menu as diverse as you'd like, pulling from French, Asian, and classic Charleston influences. [Photo: Good Food Catering]

Caviar & Bananas

Throwing together a quick wedding? Look into the gourmet-to-go program at Caviar and Bananas. The George Street provisions stop can whip you up a caviar platter or duck confit canapés with 48 hours notice.

Swig & Swine

Before settling into Savannah Highway spot Swig & Swine, pitmaster Anthony DiBernardo brought barbecue to events around the Lowcountry. The restaurant still acts as a full-service caterer, so if you're craving pulled pork for your wedding, give them a call.

Mosaic Cafe and Catering

Mount Pleasant mainstay Mosaic can cater any size wedding with menus to fit your needs. The restaurant offerings are an eclectic mix of classic American favorites with some Asian influences — and smoked gouda mac and cheese.

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