In our opinion, there’s nothing better than hot soup on a cold winter day which makes it even more exciting that January is National Soup Month! In honor of one of the most versatile dishes, we’ve put a list together of some of our signature soups. Check out how you can incorporate them as the star or side of your next meal.

Tomato Bisque
Spice up a childhood favorite with a tomato bisque and gourmet grilled cheese. Swap out the white bread for a sourdough (or your favorite bread), and go crazy with the cheese! Instead of just using American, add in some cheddar, gruyere, mozzarella and any other cheeses you’re into. There’s nothing more classic than tomato soup and gri...

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'Tis the season for New Year’s Resolutions and more mindfulness around the kind of food we’re eating. If your resolution is to eat healthier, you don’t have to resign yourself to bland meal preps. It’s more than possible to eat in a way that makes you feel good but also tastes delicious, so check out our tips below for healthy meals that satisfy your body and your taste buds.

Utilize Brown Rice or Quinoa Noodles
Who doesn’t love pasta? We know we do, but we don’t always love that heavy feeling you get after eating too much spaghetti. We also know that veggie noodles don’t always satisfy those pasta cravings. Enter brown rice and quinoa noodles. Not on...

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Kick off 2020 on a healthy note with a bowl of soup and 1/2 a sandwich for just $9.99 (per person with a 10 person minimum). Our soup and sandwich menu will feature the following.


Oven-Roasted Turkey

Beefsteak Portobello Mushroom

Mozzarella and Tomato

Hickory Smoked Ham

Bavarian Roast Beef

Albacore Tuna

Chicken Salad

Brick-Oven Mozzarella


Tomato Bisque

Chicken Noodle

Chicken Tortilla

Beef Minestrone

Loaded Baked Potato

A la carte menu:

Salad $2.99 (per person)

Cookie $1.99 (per person)

Lemon Bar $1.99 (per person)

Brownie $1.99 (per person)

We're also offering a limited time offer on a month's worth of catered lunches. Get more bang for your buck and purchase a month of lunches (must have a...

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Different offices have different styles. Some team members love a good after-hours happy hour while for others, a morning meeting with breakfast makes it easy to celebrate and still get home to the kids. No matter how you and your team like to celebrate, here’s how to put together a holiday menu for any time of day.

The Festive Morning Meeting:
Your meeting may not be Christmas morning, but you can still foster those good feelings. Let’s start with the beverages. A coffee and hot chocolate bar is a great way to offer fun holiday flavors for coffee drinkers and hot chocolate lovers alike. Be sure to have whipped cream, peppermint creamer and peppermint sticks, marshmallows and any o...

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All around the world, New Year’s is a day of tradition and time to break bread with loved ones. Different cultures celebrate in their own unique ways, but across all cultures, eating remains an important way to celebrate on New Year’s Day, and eating certain foods is known to bring good luck in the upcoming year. Below we’ve included some good luck staples with a fun twist making them perfect for your New Years’ menu.

Cold soba noodles with green mustard pesto and black-eyed peas
Long buckwheat noodles in many Asian countries are known to increase longevity - the only catch is that you can’t break them until they’re entirely in your mouth. In the African-Am...

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No office holiday party is complete without fun beverages for the team. Whether your employees are engaging in alcoholic drinks or they’re looking for a delicious mocktail to round out the evening, here’s how you can upgrade your drink offerings for the holidays.

Highlight Christmas Flavors
Sure, flavors like peppermint, cinnamon and cranberry are delicious any time of year, but there’s something about the holidays that makes them extra special. Make sure to offer up traditional drinks, but also highlight a few cocktails and mocktails featuring these holiday flavors. Also be sure to include a holiday favorite like spiked and unspiked eggnog or apple cider.

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An engagement party is a unique way to showcase your style before your wedding day. These parties have evolved into pre-wedding ceremonies leaving so much room for experimentation and creativity. Whether casual or chic, there are numerous ways to upgrade your engagement party while simultaneously evaluating your options for the big day.

Make Use of Potential Wedding Vendors
Make the most of your engagement party by hiring potential vendors and caterers. Try working with an event planner to help advise on the theme, decor and venue and a potential wedding caterer on the menu. By utilizing wedding vendors ahead of time, you can set yourself up for success when it comes to your big day.

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Corporate parties are a great way to get creative and inject some holiday spirit among employees and even get some networking in. These parties are also an opportunity to let your team know how much you valued and appreciated their hard work over the past year. Here are some fun and fresh activities that you could use to spice up the usual holiday party this year.

Mix Networking and Fun

Rent or Create Photo Booths:
With the world of Instagram, creating or renting a photo booth is a great way to attract and engage your employees. You can improvise on it by having a snowy backdrop with a string of fairy lights and Santa hats. Encourage your guests to take a picture with someone new in exchange f...

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Everyone looks forward to celebrating and blowing off some steam after a productive year. Throwing a killer holiday party is a perfect way to show your employees that you appreciate their hard work and it’s also an opportunity for employees to have fun and bond with each other. There are tons of ways to get a holiday party rolling that can be both enjoyable and memorable. Here’s what you can do to make the most of your celebration:

Atmosphere and Activities:
Food and drink are essential to throwing a great holiday party, but the atmosphere is also incredibly important. There’s nothing worse than forced fun or a party that feels like work. That’s why it’s importan...

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