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Established in 1973, Paris Caterers was one of the first of five caterers founded in Washington D.C., by Chef William De Paris and presents you with over 46 years of exquisite cuisine and a passion for service excellence. Trend- setting and innovative practices have firmly established our reputation as the caterer of choice for corporate, social, weddings and special events in Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland and Tampa, Florida.
Our team of detail oriented Event Designers will assist you with every component, producing distinctive, sophisticated, and unique events while considering your culinary preferences, individual style and budget. We believe that a successful event requires art, ingenuity, personalized service and flawless execution that only experience can deliver.
As a boutique caterer, we are inspired by fresh, off-the-vine ingredients as we pride ourselves in using an assortment of locally grown & seasonal products. We offer handcrafted menus to suit your own personal taste.
One of our most important characteristics is that by choice, we usually cater only one or two events a day, a key component in producing a remarkable event. Paris Caterers travels across the United States and services destination weddings.
“Your staff was well-prepared and professional, the food was delicious, and its presentation exquisite.”
The White House
“Our guests made numerous complementary remarks about the delicious variety of food, its presentation, the floral arrangements, and the professional demeanor of your service staff.”
National Governor's Association
VIP reception at the US Botanical Gardens
“It was such a refreshing change to work with an outside caterer instead of hotel services, as we usually do. Our guests and coworkers have not stopped complimenting your creativity and elegance.”
Smith Barney, National Museum of Women in the Arts
“... A special thank you note for the extra efforts you extended on my behalf... not only did you create a spectacular Gala at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum with food, atmosphere, and organization to be rivaled, but when I carelessly left my coat behind you took extra pains to 'FedEx' it to me promptly.”
Quinton Instrument Company, Air & Space Museum