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5 Things That Make Up a Good Caterer

| Pagano's Market and Bar |

Whether you’re hosting a dinner with friends, a business meeting, or a social event with co-workers, you may be in need of an event catering service. Don’t know where to start? Look no further with Pagano’s Market and Bar, an event catering business and restaurant that truly stands out among the catering companies in Philadelphia., the Directory of Nationwide Catering Companies, provided a list of things that make a good caterer stand out and succeed. Does Pagano’s match up? Let’s see.
1. Cooking
According to, “catering is all about food”. Pagano’s is no stranger to food, having been in business for over 50 years! Today, Owner Matt Pagano and Executive Chef Paul Pagliaro maintain tradition, yet they also consistently update their menus and keep things fresh.
Pagano’s also makes it easy to place a catering order. Just go to our contact form to submit the information online and we will reach out to you to get the details and make sure we understand your needs.
2. Food safety
Pagano’s Market and Bar comply with the most-up-to-date food safety laws in Pennsylvania, yet also seek to provide the same quality of food that Pagano’s has stood for over the years.
3. Customer Service
Since 1962, Pagano’s has been satisfying customers with their home-style, comfort food. Matt Pagano knows how important it is to value customer service. He and his employees have become a family that strives to please their customers.
4. Flexibility & Creativity
Not only does Pagano’s easily accommodate special requests, but they have always made it a priority to stay ahead of trends. With today’s nutrition-savvy consumer, Pagano’s offers a variety of healthy options, including delicious farrow, quinoa and wheat pasta salads.
5. Motivation
Owner, Matt Pagano, has always been a part of Pagano’s and motivates his staff to be the best they can be. He states,

“My favorite time of the day is always early in the morning. I serve coffee to the city’s decision makers before the rest of Philadelphia wakes up and meet with my chef Paul to discuss the day’s menu. I’ve been a part of this city and this business for my entire life, and there’s no place I’d rather be.”

To see Pagano’s Market and Bar for yourself, stop in at 2 Commerce Square, 2001 Market Street or get in touch here.