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Piccolo Trattoria Catering Brings Unique Offerings in NJ & PA

From a Fairytale Wedding to Corporate Events, Piccolo Trattoria Offers a Diverse Catering Service With a Promising Quality, Taste, and Variety

NEWTOWN, PA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/24/14 -- Piccolo Trattoria, a family run restaurant widely known for its authentic Italian cuisine, has successfully expanded into event management and catering services in Newtown, PA and Pennington, NJ. The restaurant offers a unique package and exclusive menu for different types of events including corporate functions, wedding parties, and a range of special events such as birthdays, fundraisers, and bridal showers.

From equipment rentals to meal delivery, Piccolo Trattoria's catering covers all of the aspects related to event management and catering services. Highlighting one of the major factors that differentiates Piccolo Trattoria's catering, the owner Fahmi Elabed said, "We understand taste and we understand technicalities. That is why we take care of everything related to food and hospitality at your event. Our staff will make sure that each and every guest leaves absolutely satisfied and delighted. Most importantly, we understand that each event is unique, which is why we have a distinctive menu for each event."

For the wedding catering menu, Piccolo Trattoria offers an extensive menu that starts with a variety of appetizers and ends with coffee and dessert. Clients may choose three entrees from a list of delicious options, which include some of the most popular items from Piccolo Trattoria's menu. While Piccolo Trattoria's culinary experts create the menu, the company also offers its clients the freedom to create their own menu according to their budget and preferences.

Piccolo Trattoria's corporate catering menu also covers a wide range of corporate events that may include small-scale office meetings to exuberant holiday parties. Again, the company is tremendously flexible in terms of their menus and additional services. "Corporate clients are tricky but we love challenges. So far, our success rate has been flawless and our clients really appreciate the way we played our part in making their event a huge success," the owner adds.

Other than corporate events and weddings, Piccolo Trattoria has a long list of events and parties they cater to. The company, according to the owner, is always willing to provide its services regardless of the nature of the event. For more information regarding special events catered by Piccolo Trattoria, please visit the website www.piccolotrattoriacatering.com

About Piccolo Trattoria Catering
Founded in 2001, Piccolo Trattoria is a family-owned restaurant known for its extensive menu of exclusive Italian cuisine. Despite its small size, the restaurant experiences heavy traffic of epicures who wish to indulge in high quality Italian food in Mercer County and Bucks County. The restaurant uses authentic recipe and finest ingredients in order to deliver the best taste. The restaurant currently has two branches; one in Newtown PA and one in Pennington NJ. It hires the most qualified experts and staff to maintain their taste and standard in every branch.

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Fahmi Elabed
660 Newtown-Yardley Road
Newtown, PA 18940
www.piccolotrattoria.com
Newtown: (215) 323-5494
Pennington: (609) 474-6393
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