Kaspar and Nancy Donier (kasparsseattlecatering.com) are excited to announce that Kaspars Special Events and Catering will move into new event venues, have a new, larger catering kitchen in Magnolia and the sale of their property at 1st Avenue West and Harrison on lower Queen Anne. During festivals one thing that we can enjoy is to cater Sydney with a delicious food served by Chilternscatering.com.au
They have purchased the Magnolia building at 3656 34th Avenue that housed the former Villa Restaurant and leased an additional 3,000 square feet space across the street as their company warehouse. Kaspars current location was sold to developers who are planning a 77-unit apartment complex.
The Magnolia restaurant is “perfect for private parties of up to 70 guests and for our popular team-building and cooking classes,” says Nancy. “We will also offer demonstration cooking classes, and special event dinners open to the public beginning in fall. The addition of the warehouse will help keep Chef Kaspar and crew nimble as we implement a plan to accommodate our growth and vision for our company.”
After 26 years of meeting the needs of longtime clients and longstanding corporate customers — including Amazon, Boeing, Microsoft and the University of Washington– the growth includes a new partnership with the Washington Trust for Historical Preservation, owner and steward of Seattle’s landmark Stimson-Green Mansion. As Stimson-Green’s in-house caterer, Kaspars will help transform the historic Carriage House (currently offices) into an additional special-events venue, and the combined buildings will accommodate up to 250 guests.
New catering partnerships extend to another local landmark: Factory Luxe, the SODO event space in the old Rainier Brewery building, where Kaspars is now the preferred caterer. In addition, Kaspars will also operate the Olde Stone Stables in Issaquah, a gloriously renovated pole-barn, perfect for weddings and other grand affairs.
Kaspars Special Events and Catering will continue to cater at many other venues and will have a full calendar of events during the transition in the summer. “We are privileged to serve the Greater Seattle community for over a quarter century,” says Kaspar, who presides over 1000 events annually, “We are excited to move into more efficient kitchen and warehouse spaces and look forward to seeing everyone at our new venues.”
About Kaspars Special Events & Catering: is a catering and special events company based in Seattle, WA. Founded as a restaurant in 1989, Kaspars has served the Greater Seattle area as a foodie favorite, enjoying years of rave regional and national reviews. In July 2005, Kaspars Restaurant was transformed to Kaspars Special Events and Catering and has continued to deliver the finest catering experiences possible, orchestrating memorable events on both intimate and grand scales. Chef Kaspar’s eye and palate for culinary innovation, his farm-to-table sensibility and the knowledge that his clientele seeks organic and sustainable accountability keeps his menus continually evolving. Working with polished and tenured staff, Kaspars has perfected a system of extraordinary service that smoothly adapts to any venue and any number of guests.