Our mission is to provide the finest service, event planning, and creative cuisine available. ~Churchill Events
How long have you been operating your business?
What inspired your passion for catering?
No doubt I was inspired by my mother and two grandmothers…all of whom were excellent (and often inventive) cooks. I was always underfoot in their kitchens, asking if I could help…and even if I could prepare the entire meal. At the age of 11, I was asked by a university grad student, newly arrived from India, to help him and his wife learn to cook “American style” food. I guess I was ‘hooked’ at that point. In addition, I have always had a desire to create, to please clients, and to work with co-workers who are as compassionate about their work as I am.
What food items would you suggest to a client hosting a destination wedding in Maine?
Sustainable products from Maine (seasonal vegetables and fruits, lobsters, clams, oysters, salmon, haddock, scallops) wherever and whenever possible.
Do you cater rehearsal dinners and other various wedding weekend meals?
We can provide services for rehearsal dinners, sports events kickoff continental breakfasts, brunch, picnic lunches, lobster bakes, and welcome receptions…along with after parties.
Please describe your ideal client.
The ideal client: someone who can verbalize what they want in terms of the overall design theme and who can articulate what they like for food…then leave it all to us to propose the complete package for their final approval.
How would you describe your wedding fare and service style?
Our wedding fare is generally described by our clients as “the best wedding food we’ve ever had” and tied for first place with the service staff who are always polite, attentive, helpful, and don’t know how to say ‘no’. Whatever (within reason and the regulations of French’s Point) they want we should be able to provide.
Owner(s) Name: Craig Williams
Business Name: Churchill Events
Address: 1037 Forest Avenue, Suites 8-9
City/State/Zip: Portland, ME 04103
Email: [email protected]
Photography by Kate Crabtree Photography