Banquet Masters

Banquet Masters From picnics to wedding events, Banquet Masters is the best in Tampa Bay Area, Chef-owned, 27 Years o Banquet Masters has three banquet rooms.

Banquet Masters is a full service, chef owned and operated caterer that has served the Tampa Bay area since 1988. Whether you are looking for a formal black tie event, wedding reception, or casual function such as a picnic, bar-b-que or family reunion we can help. Banquet Masters has an extensive menu to choose from Banquet Masters offers sit-down served dinner, hors d'oeuvres receptions, and buff

ets. If you don't see what you are looking for please do not hesitate to ask and we can customize a menu for you. We are happy to cater at your location or our banquet halls. The rooms can hold parties from 30-700 guests. All of the banquet rooms have: crystal chandeliers, dance floors, bars, and private entrances. Linen, china, silverware, glassware, round tables for your guests, six to eight foot banquet tables and chairs included. All of your tables will be clothed and skirted. White table clothes and napkins are included at no charge. If you want color napkins or table cloths they are available at an additional charge.


One of the quickest ways to make a poor impression with a corporate event is to choose the wrong venue. An ornate ballroom that fits 500 shouldn't be chosen for an event for just 50, and a black-tie optional party shouldn't involve plastic silverware and bare, metal folding chairs.


Tacos are among the most popular foods in the world. According to a recent study, billions of tacos are consumed each year across the globe. In fact, in America alone some four and a half billion tacos are eaten each year.


Trying to decide what to serve at your wedding reception? One popular trend is to feature dishes that are meaningful to both the bride and groom. Customize the menu with food choices that represent the unique cultural heritage of both families.


One common antipasti served at Italian tables is crostini. These are thinly sliced pieces of toasted bread that feature a variety of toppings, include pates, fish-based spreads, black kale leaf, and even ham or other cured meats.


The first documentation of tacos being eaten in the New World was recorded by the Spanish soldier Bernal Diaz del Castillo in 1520. He described tacos as part of the interesting feasts he experienced while traveling in the New World.


The tomato has an interesting past. It was originally considered poisonous, and was first cultivated as an ornamental plant in the U.S. Care to guess the common 19th century name for a tomato? If you guessed it was known as a "love apple," you're right.


Gathering info about your guests before catering a corporate event can be critical. Every event for a business will involve individuals from different ethnic, racial, and religious backgrounds. It's important to research the various attendees in order to plan a menu that is suitable for everyone.


If you are planning an event during the holiday season or from spring through early fall, we recommend contacting us as soon as possible to get on our calendar. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to secure your date.


It's very important to be able to communicate clearly with your caterer. Particulars such as budget, number of guests, menu and the theme of the banquet should be discussed and agreed upon in writing to prevent any surprises during the actual event.


When planning an event, think beyond cold appetizers to start off the meal. Hot appetizers like meatballs, Italian sausage with peppers, or steamed shrimp can be a satisfying and delicious addition to your menu.


Did you know tuna can get up to 1,500 lbs.? The Atlantic Bluefin tuna can not only weigh this much but also get to about 15 ft. in length and live for 50 years. Tuna is a great addition to any custom menu and can be cooked and presented in a number of ways.


It’s important to remember that having a diversified catering menu can be the best plan of attack when you’re hosting a large corporate event for people you don’t know well. If you aren’t quite sure how to round out your menu, we’re always happy to provide suggestions.


Ancient Egyptians sure knew how to party. Live music, dancing girls, acrobats and of course, sumptuous food. However, they also displayed a coffin with a pretend skeleton inside to remind everyone present of the joy of being alive.


Traditional tiramisu is based on Savoiardi lady fingers (light and sweet sponge cake biscuits). These cookies were developed at the court of the Duchy of Savoy during the 15th century to mark a visit from the King of France and later became the “official court biscuit.”


Planning something big? If you are, hiring an experienced caterer will significantly help ease the stress of preparation. A professional caterer gives you peace of mind and allows you to focus on other, equally important things such as the program.


Traditionally, some of the vegetables served on an antipasto platter are either marinated or picked and provide a salty, tangy addition to the other offerings. One example of this is giardiniera, which is a combination of pickled onions, carrots, cauliflower, zucchini, and celery jarred in red or white wine vinegar.


Because corporate events are now crucial to the world's largest businesses, it's important to impress their clients and stand out from the rest. If you can afford it, using this type of catering ensures your company stands out and sends the best impression possible.


When Mexican migrants came to the United States in the 1900s, they brought their food with them, including the taco. However, the taco soon became distinctly American, as they had to adapt to the ingredients available in the U.S. markets.


Are you concerned that the number of people coming to your next event will be too difficult to have waiters serve individually? Even if you’re hoping for more upscale fare, it’s often possible to provide an elegant meal through a buffet.


Let your next family function be a memorable affair to remember, and give yourself time to relax and be the host. Baptisms, family reunions, outdoor barbecues, holiday parties– we can make it memorable with a taste of elegance.


Did you know that one of the biggest banquets ever was hosted by George IV of England in 1817? At George IV's behest, the famous chef Marie-Antoine Carême prepare a total of 127 dishes in honor of Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia's visit.


When planning an event, a little creativity can certainly go a long way. However, if you find yourself stumped, then perhaps a professional caterer can help point you in the right direction. After all, this is what they do for a living.


Does your event have a theme? Say you’re hosting a Roaring ‘20s cocktail party. Ask your caterer about Prohibition-themed drinks and hors d’oeuvres from that era. Decorate your venue with Art Deco prints and have servers dress as flappers and dapper dons.


We pride ourselves on not only providing you with the highest-quality food, but also being able to professionally serve it anywhere you choose.


When choosing a service provider for your upcoming banquet, make sure to hire a company with a proven track record. Untested companies may have reliability or service quality issues that could end up adversely affecting your event.


Did you know that serving foods that are a perfect match for your event’s theme can make your event more memorable to your guests. If you want to throw a party your friends will never forget, we’re always ready to help you get the right food on the menu.


Care to guess in which century tomato sauce was first added to pasta? If you guessed the 18th century, you're right. When tomatoes were first introduced to Europe, they had a terrible reputation. Many people believed they were poisonous.


While not much in the US is taboo when it comes to utensil placement, common etiquette recommends that forks and knives be left together at the 11 o’clock position to signal that you are finished eating.


Hors d’oeuvres can be served hot or cold. They can be eaten standing up, rather than seated at a formal dining table. When guests have just arrived at a venue, hors d’oeuvres are the perfect welcome.


It’s important to remember that meals packed with protein instead of quick-burning carbs can help people stay alert during all-day meetings. If you know pizza will only put your employees to sleep by 3pm, we’re always happy to cater something better for them.


13355 49th Street N
Clearwater, FL

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm




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