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Choosing Your Wedding Menu

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

Ho-hum, limited and unsavory are not the words that come to mind when brides and grooms sample the menu at The King and Prince! Incorporating culinary influences from around the world, Executive Chef Jason Brumfiel is renowned for a diverse menu, prepared with food from locally sourced Georgia farms. Offering everything from Southern, authentic Mexican to Caribbean cuisine, an extensive catering menu satisfies and often challenges engaged couples with its myriad of delectable offerings.

For an example of satisfying but daunting decisions to make, Chef Brumfiel offers an appetizer of a mushroom cap, filled with escargot with shallot wine butter. Then, there’s the seafood crepe drizzled in a champagne cream sauce as another option. And, as if the choices of plated starters weren’t challenging enough, there are even seared scallops, served on a bed of spinach with apple brandy cream sauce.

NOTEWORTHY: Our grits are sourced from a farm in Lakeland, Georgia, where the owners Kevin & Gayla Shaw cultivate all-natural, non-GMO grits. We also offer a variety of other local sourced ingredients, including Georgia shrimp, local beef, honey, and olive oils.

In addition to plated options, we also offer themed buffets, including a low country boil, fresh seafood, Mexican fiesta-inspired dishes, Caribbean, and an American-style barbecue buffet menu. There is truly something to satisfy even the most sophisticated palate!

Review our wedding and celebration menus here!