Weddings & Events

As New York's premiere boutique caterer, Susan Lawrence is unique in its approach to event planning and party design.

With three decades of experience, we truly understand how to throw a party.

Our stunning food and design presentations, impeccable attention to detail and sophisticated culinary style provide a truly personalized and quality experience. Let us take care of it all so you can be a guest at your own event.

Read more


Request Information

Rosh Hashanah
Please place your online orders by Friday, September 27
"May you be inscribed for a good year!" "L'shanah tovah tikatevu" The meals of Rosh Hashanah and those before and after the fast of Yom Kippur are times for feasting. There are many culinary customs associated with the High Holy Days, one of the oldest and most widespread traditions is eating sweet foods, particularly honey to symbolize a universal hope that our lives will be sweet in the coming year.
Yom Kippur
Please place your online orders by Monday, October 07
Kosher-Style Delicacies for Breaking the Fast
Latest News
Autumn & Pumpkins

We are very excited about our all new Fall menu - so please come in and sample some of the 30 or 40 delicious new dishes that celebrate the season and the bounty of the Hudson River Valley. As Thanksgiving approaches we are here to assist you in planning a stress-free holiday dinner!

As we look toward Christmas and the holidays, please remember our food, serving staff, rentals and party design services are available for all your entertaining needs. Our unique space is also available for Private Events, Celebration Dinners & Cocktail Parties.

Deliciousness has never been so easy!

Mark's Journal
Eating Like Könige: Celebrating the New Year in Vienna

It is one of Europe’s most elegant cities where an intermingling of art, architecture, music and food seduces all the senses. Arriving just in time for a New Year indulgence in the art of Pieter Breugel at Vienna's Kunsthistoriches Museum, the opera Andrea Chenier at the State Opera House, and a performance of Mozart’s Requiem at Karlskirche - we indulged in a week of Austrian cuisine.

There is wonderful food everywhere in Vienna. A city of extraordinary soups, we dined on Gasthaus favorites like Consummé with Liver Dumplings and Oxtail Soup with Frittaten (thin slivers of crepes). Even the food kiosks which dot the pristine city have a perfect ‘fast’ food. It is the Kasekrainer - a Viennese sausage studded with little chunks of Emmentaler cheese and served hot off the grill with German mustard. In Vienna’s Naschmarkt, truly a culinary wunderland, a labyrinth of food stalls display a stunning array of beautiful fruits and vegetables, cheeses, cured meats, exotic spices, prepared food and pastries. The elaborate Jugendstil façade of the Otto Wagner apartments, presides in view of the Naschmarkt’s many little cafés where we dined on Goulash Soup and Speck (cured ham) before returning to the art of Wilhelm Klimt and the music of the Vienna Boy’s Choir. 

The Viennese claimed Germany’s Beethoven as one of their own – as they did Italy’s Veal Milanese which became their famous Wiener Schnitzel. These crisp cutlets of tender veal are served with potatoes or a simple cucumber salad – and in the hands of the Viennese brought to perfection. Vienna is also a city of great chocolates and wonderful desserts – and it just happened that the balcony of our room not only overlooked the Vienna Opera house but also the famous Sacher Hotel. It is here, presented with schlagobers (whipped cream) that their famous chocolate torte and apple strudel is served in one of the city’s most stunning dining rooms. And to end each glorious day – we returned to the opulently appointed Bristol Hotel to find on each pillow, a small gold box with a luxurious bite of Austrian chocolate Imperial Torte.

View full entry

Follow us on Twitter