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14 Great Dallas Restaurants That Will Cater Your Wedding

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Anyone who's planned a wedding knows that food is of the utmost importance — so why not place your trust in the hands of one of your favorite restaurants? Plenty of DFW dining establishments offer a full battalion of wedding catering services, whether you're looking for a multi-course seated dinner or a food truck to service a more laid-back affair.

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One of Dallas's best Mediterranean restaurants, Afrah will cater your wedding with intricately-decorated hummus platters, tabouli, kabobs, and even whole stuffed lambs for a more dramatic presentation. [Photo: Afrah/Facebook]

Celebration Restaurant

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This Lovers Lane mainstay can bring its comfort food to your wedding, from passed hors d'oeuvres and appetizer displays to meat loaf, chicken-fried chicken, and grilled NY strips, plus an insanely large dessert selection. If you're having trouble choosing a venue, they've also got a list of recommended places. [Photo: Celebration]

Easy Slider

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If you're planning a more laid-back wedding, why not have a food truck do the catering? Easy Slider's Caroline Perini and Miley Holmes will serve your guests fun and funky sliders like the Sweet and Lowdown (made with goat cheese and strawberry jam). [Photo: Easy Slider/Facebook]

The Grape

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Brian and Courtney Luscher's cozy Lower Greenville bistro offers a full battalion of catering services, so they can class up your nuptials with hors d'oeuvres and fancy charcuterie and cheese displays, or do a full-on dinner spread with entrees like black pepper beef tournedos and smoked chive mashed potatoes. Get more info at The Grape's catering website. [Photo: Margo Sivin]

India Palace

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Spice up your wedding with food from one of Dallas's most well-respected Indian restaurants. Flavorful fare like vegetable samosas, chicken tikka, lamb curry, and naan will make bland wedding food a thing of the past. [Photo: India Palace]

Javier's

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In addition to offering catering, swanky Park Cities staple Javier's can also handle planning for the rest of your event including flowers and music. They'll provide on-site chefs and bartenders to sling margaritas and upscale Mexican cuisine to your guests. [Photo: Javier's/Facebook]

Kent Rathbun Catering

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Abacus and Jasper's overlord Kent Rathbun offers full-service catering including a variety of wedding packages; who wouldn't want Abacus's famous lobster shooters at their wedding? Bonus: Book your wedding with KR and you'll get a four-course tasting menu for two at Abacus when your one-year anniversary comes around. [Photo: Abacus]
Abraham Salum's Komali will cater any event with a custom menu of contemporary Mexican food — think pork belly tacos, ceviche, chile en nogada, and chicken mole. [Photo: Komali/Facebook]

Pappas Bros. Steakhouse

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One of Dallas's most prized steakhouses, Pappas Bros. will cater your wedding with classy fare like jumbo shrimp cocktail, crab cakes, lobster bisque, and of course, prime steaks. There's a 40-guest minimum charge for all menus; more info via their catering website. [Photo: Belly G./Yelp]

Pecan Lodge

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For the type of bride that'll be sporting cowboy boots with her dress, having one of the best damn barbecue joints in the state cater your wedding might be a dream come true. They'll do any size event with buffet packages or a la carte menus; just don't expect your guests to do a whole lot of dancing after chowing down on brisket, ribs, and mac and cheese. [Photo: Margo Sivin]
Klyde Warren Park's Savor offers a full lineup of off-site catering options for weddings and other events. An expansive menu of options includes dishes like seared scallops with ricotta gnocchi, crab cakes with red curry sauce, and plenty of dessert options including macaron ice cream sandwiches and creme brulee.

Stephan Pyles

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One of Dallas's biggest and brightest culinary names, Stephan Pyles specializes in catering off-premise events, whether it's an intimate sit-down dinner for 25 or a cocktail party for 500. [Photo: Stephan Pyles]

Victor Tangos

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If you're a craft cocktail junkie that's just got to have great drinks at your wedding, look no further than Victor Tangos. Their recently introduced cocktail catering service means they'll provide glassware, fresh pressed juices, alcohol and of course, bartenders, and they'll even create a custom menu for your special occasion. [Photo: Margo Sivin]

Urban Crust

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Pizza at a wedding? Sure, why not — your guests are guaranteed to remember the occasion. Downtown Plano's Urban Crust has a mobile pizza kitchen they'll bring to your wedding to churn out hot, fresh pies for your friends and family. [Photo: Urban Crust]

Afrah

One of Dallas's best Mediterranean restaurants, Afrah will cater your wedding with intricately-decorated hummus platters, tabouli, kabobs, and even whole stuffed lambs for a more dramatic presentation. [Photo: Afrah/Facebook]

Celebration Restaurant

This Lovers Lane mainstay can bring its comfort food to your wedding, from passed hors d'oeuvres and appetizer displays to meat loaf, chicken-fried chicken, and grilled NY strips, plus an insanely large dessert selection. If you're having trouble choosing a venue, they've also got a list of recommended places. [Photo: Celebration]

Easy Slider

If you're planning a more laid-back wedding, why not have a food truck do the catering? Easy Slider's Caroline Perini and Miley Holmes will serve your guests fun and funky sliders like the Sweet and Lowdown (made with goat cheese and strawberry jam). [Photo: Easy Slider/Facebook]

The Grape

Brian and Courtney Luscher's cozy Lower Greenville bistro offers a full battalion of catering services, so they can class up your nuptials with hors d'oeuvres and fancy charcuterie and cheese displays, or do a full-on dinner spread with entrees like black pepper beef tournedos and smoked chive mashed potatoes. Get more info at The Grape's catering website. [Photo: Margo Sivin]

India Palace

Spice up your wedding with food from one of Dallas's most well-respected Indian restaurants. Flavorful fare like vegetable samosas, chicken tikka, lamb curry, and naan will make bland wedding food a thing of the past. [Photo: India Palace]

Javier's

In addition to offering catering, swanky Park Cities staple Javier's can also handle planning for the rest of your event including flowers and music. They'll provide on-site chefs and bartenders to sling margaritas and upscale Mexican cuisine to your guests. [Photo: Javier's/Facebook]

Kent Rathbun Catering

Abacus and Jasper's overlord Kent Rathbun offers full-service catering including a variety of wedding packages; who wouldn't want Abacus's famous lobster shooters at their wedding? Bonus: Book your wedding with KR and you'll get a four-course tasting menu for two at Abacus when your one-year anniversary comes around. [Photo: Abacus]

Komali

Abraham Salum's Komali will cater any event with a custom menu of contemporary Mexican food — think pork belly tacos, ceviche, chile en nogada, and chicken mole. [Photo: Komali/Facebook]

Pappas Bros. Steakhouse

One of Dallas's most prized steakhouses, Pappas Bros. will cater your wedding with classy fare like jumbo shrimp cocktail, crab cakes, lobster bisque, and of course, prime steaks. There's a 40-guest minimum charge for all menus; more info via their catering website. [Photo: Belly G./Yelp]

Pecan Lodge

For the type of bride that'll be sporting cowboy boots with her dress, having one of the best damn barbecue joints in the state cater your wedding might be a dream come true. They'll do any size event with buffet packages or a la carte menus; just don't expect your guests to do a whole lot of dancing after chowing down on brisket, ribs, and mac and cheese. [Photo: Margo Sivin]

Savor

Klyde Warren Park's Savor offers a full lineup of off-site catering options for weddings and other events. An expansive menu of options includes dishes like seared scallops with ricotta gnocchi, crab cakes with red curry sauce, and plenty of dessert options including macaron ice cream sandwiches and creme brulee.

Stephan Pyles

One of Dallas's biggest and brightest culinary names, Stephan Pyles specializes in catering off-premise events, whether it's an intimate sit-down dinner for 25 or a cocktail party for 500. [Photo: Stephan Pyles]

Victor Tangos

If you're a craft cocktail junkie that's just got to have great drinks at your wedding, look no further than Victor Tangos. Their recently introduced cocktail catering service means they'll provide glassware, fresh pressed juices, alcohol and of course, bartenders, and they'll even create a custom menu for your special occasion. [Photo: Margo Sivin]

Urban Crust

Pizza at a wedding? Sure, why not — your guests are guaranteed to remember the occasion. Downtown Plano's Urban Crust has a mobile pizza kitchen they'll bring to your wedding to churn out hot, fresh pies for your friends and family. [Photo: Urban Crust]

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