Some of what we can make

Breeze In Specials

MON 5/15 – SUN 5/21

BURGER OF THE WEEK
$11.95

The Sriracha Burger
All beef patty, carmalized onions,
swiss cheese, bleu cheese &
side of potato ole’s

MONDAY
(Lunch / Dinner)

MASHED POTATO BOWL
$8.99

Soup Du Jour
VALLEY
Chicken Tortilla, Chili, Loaded Potato
LEMON
Loaded Potato, Chicken Tortilla

TUESDAY – 5/16
(Lunch / Dinner)

SHRIMP PO’ BOYS
$8.99

Soup Du Jour
VALLEY
Beef Barley, Tomato Basil, Chili
LEMON
Chicken Wild Rice, Split Pea

WEDNESDAY – 5/17
(Lunch / Dinner)

MEATLOAF MASHED
$8.99

Soup Du Jour
VALLEY
Tomato Basil, Clam Chowder, Chicken Gumbo, Chili
LEMON
Cream of Mushroom, Beef Stew

THURSDAY – 5/18
(Lunch / Dinner)

ALASKAN COD PO’ BOYS
$8.99

Soup Du Jour
VALLEY
Beef Stew, Chicken Tortilla, Chili
LEMON
Ham & Bean, Chicken Tortilla

FRIDAY – 5/19
(Lunch / Dinner)

FISHERMAN’S PLATTER
$11.95

Soup Du Jour
VALLEY
Clam Chowder, Beef Stew, Chili
LEMON
Clam Chowder, Chili

SATURDAY – 5/20
(Lunch / Dinner)

TACO PIZZA
$8.99

Soup Du Jour
VALLEY
Loaded Potato, Cream of Mushroom, Chili
LEMON
Loaded Potato, Cream of Mushroom

SUNDAY – 5/21
(Lunch / Dinner)

CRUNCHY SOFT TACO
$8.99

Soup Du Jour
VALLEY
Chicken Gumbo & Chili
LEMON
Chicken Gumbo

From The Chef

The catering industry is a giant in American business. According to the National Association of Catering Executives, the industry is worth over $7.1 billion per year. That’s an astronomical sum. How the food industry expands gives us a glimpse into a society, what the desires are and how wealth has shaped how we view food.

The restaurant industry itself expanded enormously in the United States after World War II. Companies needed a new avenue to market their products after supplying the war effort. They certainly found that. Switching over from war material to every day material fueled a boon in the manufacturing industry and as the economy grew, the need for restaurants and support grew as more and more could afford a night out.

According to the website for the National Association of Catering and Events, or NACE, catering pre-WWII was “a status symbol for the rich.” With the revolution of the 50’s in manufacturing, catering became something the average American household could afford.

By nature, the catering industry is multifaceted and encompasses a large umbrella of various businesses, ranging from catering from a home for a pot luck or catering for the White House Correspondents Dinner. These events can range from the simple to the extraordinary. A caterer’s main job is to provide a service and exceed expectations a customer may have of them. Communication between the caterer and the consumer is extremely important and can’t be overlooked. Expectations need to be placed so the caterer has the potential of meeting and exceeding these said expectations.  While a simple meal may suffice, certain events call for creativity on the part of a caterer. This is business model a win-win for both sides– The reputation and expectations of the patron are met, and the reputation of the caterer grows. In order to make this happen, though, caterer and consumer needs to be focused on achieving their ends and this doesn’t happen without proper communication.

The catering industry is a giant in American business sales. If you need an event catered for you, there are options to make the best decision that’s reflective of the needs of the event. Here at Breeze In, we offer catering and we’ll go further into what services we provide in a subsequent blog post.

Testimonials

Breeze In Testimonials

David,

I’d like to second that.  We really enjoyed the food and we really appreciate your donation.  Thank you!

David,

Thank you so much!  We loved your food, service, everything.  We are highly recommending you to anyone who needs catering.

David –

I can’t thank you and Breeze In enough for the food provided for the United Way Fall Campaign kick off event Friday night.  It was a treat – and everyone loved the food.  We provided the left over food items to the AWARE Shelter and Sara, the Exec Director of AWARE, will be dropping off all of the equipment back to the Lemon Creek Breeze In.

Again, thank you.  As always, it is a pleasure working with you.

Hi David,

I just wanted to say thank you for the delicious food. It was great. And I wasn’t there when it go delivered, but my mom was and she said the people that delivered it were great! They set it all up and made it look nice. Everyone was very impressed with the quality of the food and service.

AADD (Alaska Association on Developmental Disabilities) used the Breeze Inn to cater coffee and tea for our 45 member face to face meeting.  It was a great experience. The cost was very reasonable.  Staff was friendly, helpful and competent.  The coffee and tea were set up with a minimum of fuss, a maximum of class and in a timely manner.  And we had plenty of supplies and coffee all day long.  They are great to work with and I am actively recommending them to others seeking catering in Juneau.

Hey, David! I just wanted to let you know everything was AWESOME today! We all were extremely happy, and I even gave out your information to people who want to use you guys in the future 🙂

Went well! food was awesome and lots of complements…. Thank you. Was pleasure doing business again with you.  Awesome job on food!

Hi David,

I just wanted to let you know your two guys on site did a great job last night! Tasty food, great presentation and friendly service. A win in my book!

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