I found the venue for our training (50-60 people) on Saturday, April 13th.  Need catering ideas for lunch.  Who have you all used?

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Oh how funny!  Looks like we have some great options to choose from for catering!

Slate Street is a good option.

Cocina Azul does tasty new mexican....

"Torrino's at Home" for excellent Italian

What about Dion's?  They are local and have stores all over town.  We had box lunches from them today doing taxes -- a sub, a pickle, Greek Dressing.  And the included side is a nice slaw or a fruit cup.  The 6" subs were only $5.50 each!  They have 7 different subs and lots of options, like salads. 

Or Baggins on Lomas near San Pedro. I don't know what part of town you are doing this in.

Thanks for the suggestions, folks.  I am thinking of going with Gourmet To Go.  The woman who runs this used to be the cook at Serendipity Day School when my kids were little and she is really great.

A bit late but I've had Daily Grind cater for groups of 25-50 with wonderful results.

For more ordinary (but good) food for weekday lunches, we've used Sandwich Company on Renard.

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