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Sabroso Catering
from 2 reviews
  • 9 years in business
Stephanie M.
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The food was amazing! As we normally do, we had requested a few vegan meals and this was the first time the attendees receiving those meal were very impressed and complimentary. They said it was the best vegan meal they have received at any type of luncheon.


We have been in the business for 5 years. We provide great food and better references! We can cook any cuisine desired and we are known for our BBQ and Southern favorites. We can travel to Oilfield locations; we have a mobile kitchen.

  • 15 years in business

GetAroundBrown, has been in the gourmet food truck industry for 15 years. We are the founder of the MIDESSAMFVA. We specialize in fresh and hot, not cold and old. We are your one stop shop for catering goods and services.


We offer full-service, customized catering and event planning services. We do it all from drop-off and delivery to plated service with cocktail hour. We also have mobile food units to be able to cook on-site for a tailgate party or out at a rig site. You name it -- we cover it! We will help you plan your event down to the tiniest minute detail. It doesn't matter how large or small the event. We make sure the food is amazing and the atmosphere is unforgettable to help ensure you make a powerful, positive statement.


From rig cooks to black tie affairs we are ready to tackle all of your catering needs!

  • 5 years in business

Hight Foods is an exciting new option for tailor-made cuisine in the Permian Basin. We provide meal delivery services to the Midland area, and we also have catering, pick-up options and cooking classes from our Midland kitchen as well as in-home personal chef services. All meals are prepared in an inspected commercial kitchen and can be specifically crafted to meet your dietary restrictions. Chip Hight is the founder and executive chef of Hight Foods. He is currently a personal chef to professional athletes in Houston, Texas. Prior to that, Chip was the executive chef of the Alden Hotel. Before that, Chip held various catering and consulting positions with notable chefs throughout the Houston area.

  • 7 years in business

I take the time to do an outstanding job.

  • 3 years in business

I prepare my food with a home style flavor just as I would for my own family and take pride in all that I do.


We make all kinds of food like Mexican and American food for any occasion like weddings, etc. We are available any time that you need us. Oil field catering is also available.


Blue collar to Black tie and back ! I have been in the food service industry for over 15 yrs, and what I have noticed is the huge gap in the culinary world between the blue collar community and the corporate community.Everyone wants a great meal,and to feel special and catered to.My goal is not to bring the prices of a black tie event and a blue collar event closer, but to bring the food quality and services closer to one another.I believe that a great five star meal can be served on a paper plate just as well as a crystal plate! In my kitchen I strive for nothing less than "great food and service for everyone" without exception. Sincerely Dusty R Brown


I offer hot, quality, handmade food from scratch. I do full meals, including dessert, hors d'oeuvres only or both.

Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

How do you find a good caterer?

Reviews, interviews and menu tastings will help you find the right catering choice for your big day. Start by screening possible wedding caterers based on past reviews. If a caterer you are interested in has a review that concerns you, ask them about it; how they respond will be very telling. Next, ask about their availability for your wedding date.

If the wedding caterer is available on your date, it’s time to talk about menus and prices. Be clear about what your maximum budget is find out what choices this will allow you. Caterers may custom-create a menu for your event, or they may have menu templates within different price ranges that can guide your decision. A clear budget gives the caterer clear parameters within which to work and offer creative suggestions. Schedule a menu tasting to confirm you love your wedding menu. Once you have a menu and date, and have paid a deposit to reserve the caterer’s services, confirm additional details including when the food will be delivered to the site, what kind of service will be provided, how many servers will be onsite and for how long, and who is responsible for setup and cleanup. The more specific your contract, the fewer worries you’ll have on your wedding day. Get more smart hiring tips here.

Do you tip a wedding caterer?

Tipping 15 percent to 20 percent on a $3,000 catering bill can feel daunting — especially in light of all the other costs of throwing a wedding — but tipping your wedding caterer is standard practice. Be sure to ask your caterer about their specific policies. Many catering companies include gratuity as a line item on their bill. If tipping is not automatically included in your total, a good approach is to tip all the people involved the day of the event rather than paying one lump sum to the catering company. For each server and bartender, you can tip $20-$50, depending on how long they were onsite and whether they did exceptional work. You can also tip the chef; experts suggest $50. It’s also a good idea to tip the catering manager, the point-of-contact person who keeps the catering service running smoothly the day of your wedding, ensures all the food looks beautiful and is plentiful, and resolves any mishaps. Industry pros recommend tipping the catering manager $100-$200. If gratuity is not included and you’re tipping individuals, set aside $200-$500 in cash to be safe.

How much does wedding catering cost per person?

Wedding catering costs will always vary based on the number of guests you’re inviting, the menu you want to serve, and the way the food will be served to your guests. As you interview wedding catering companies, you’ll be presented with a cost per person for various menus. On the low end, wedding catering may cost approximately $15-$18 per person. This would include prepared food only, with no setup or service of any kind. The starting price for a simple buffet meal with minimal service typically averages $22 per person. Opting for the same menu with all organic ingredients could raise your costs to about $33 per person. A moderately upscale menu (finer ingredients, more elaborate presentation) could range from $24 to $34 per person. High-end wedding catering cost truly has no limit. Lobster, filet mignon, specialty seafood, organic ingredients — menu choices like these can boost your cost per person up to $150 and more.

How much does it cost to hire a caterer?

Catering prices depend mainly on how fancy you want the food and service to be and how many guests you’ll have. When you’re first looking to hire a caterer for your event, consider how many guests you’ll have and your total food and drink budget. The national average for event catering is $340, but catering prices can range into the thousands depending on your menu, guest count, and service.

Event catering is a broad term that covers everything from fully prepared, ready-to-eat food that the hosts plate and serve themselves to full-service, multicourse meals, including rental of linens, glassware and other items, with service staff organized by the catering company. Usually a caterer will determine cost based on the type of event you’re having, how many guests will attend, the level of service you desire, and what type of menu you’d like to have. For example, if you have a set catering budget, say $1,500, and you plan to have 50 people attend, that means you have $30 per person for food. If you have the same budget with 100 people, you have $15 per person for food. In this way, the number of people you want to attend your event and the level of food you want to serve them determines how much catering will cost.

What should you look for in a caterer?

A delicious meal is a critical element of a successful wedding, with happy guests fondly remembering your fabulous wedding food. The right caterer for you will be:

  • Available: Even the best caterer is no good if they aren’t available on your wedding date. Ask early before you get your heart set on someone.
  • Affordable for you: Find a caterer that you can afford. Having a spending plan ahead of time will mean you won’t overspend on food.
  • A good personality fit: Wedding planning is stressful, so work with someone that you can get along with and communicate with easily.
  • Experienced and recommended: Ensure the company has a proven track record with events of your size and the references to back it up.
  • Transparent about money: Steer clear of shady pricing. Find a caterer who is very clear about costs and is happy to talk you through budgets and pricing options.
  • Transparent about food: Find someone who is clear about where they source their food from and where it is prepared.
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