Listed below are some frequently asked questions:
How many years has Food in Bloom been in business?
Does Food in Bloom make wedding cakes?
Though we make all of our desserts in-house, wedding cakes are something we leave up to the pros. We have a list of bakers who we have worked with and would be happy to recommend. We will cut and serve your cake at no additional cost.
What do I need to do in order to hold the date?
A signed contract and $500 deposit will hold the date on our calendar. An additional deposit of 100% is due 10 days prior to the event.
When will I need to give Food in Bloom the final guest count?
The final count will be due at noon, 5 days prior to the event.
Who will be on site the day of my event?
Your event planner will be on site, as well as a lead server who will be in charge of all staff.
Can we taste the food that we have selected for our menu?
Certainly. Once the menu choices have been decided on, our chef will gladly prepare a sample of your menu for the big day.
Will Food in Bloom provide any decor for the buffet?
Yes, Food in Bloom always provides fresh cut flowers and greenery on the buffet and platters.
Is Food in Bloom licensed to serve cocktails at my event?
Yes, Food in Bloom is fully licensed by the OLCC and carries liquor liability insurance. All Food in Bloom servers and bartenders are licensed by the OLCC as well.
Does Food in Bloom offer Oregon wine and beer on a consumption basis?
Yes, our house selections include a variety of Oregon and Washington wines as well as local micro brewed beer.
We are thinking of offering Thai cuisine at our event. Can your chef prepare different varieties of ethnic foods?
Yes, our talented chef and kitchen crew can prepare a wide range of cuisines from the classic Pacific Northwest to Latin American. Your event planner will work with you to customize your menu for a memorable event.