Event Catering

Quality Food and Unbeatable Service In The Natural Bridge State Park Area

Let Us Make Planning Your Event That Much Easier

We know how important good catering can be for special events like weddings, corporate meetings, and church retreats. That's why we focus on providing the best group dining experience possible in the Natural Bridge State Park area.

Let us help make your upcoming event a wonderful success by taking care of the meal planning and serving for you. Just let us know what you'd like and we'll work with you to take care of everything else.

From plates to drinks to clean-up afterward, we take care of your guests so you can focus on what matters most at your event!

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Let Cliffview make your event a success with great catering.

Pricing & Sample Menus

We know, you want to get right to it; "How much will this amazing catering cost me and what is some of the great food I'll be able to offer my guests?" We're glad you asked!

Breakfast Menu

$14* / person

Bacon

Scrambled Eggs

Hasbrown Casserole

Fresh fruit

Yogurt

Continental pastries

Juice

Milk

Coffee

BBQ Lunch Menu

$18* / person

Beef Brisket

Potato Salad

BBQ Baked Beans

Apple Crisp

Slider Buns

Lemonade

Home Cooking Dinner Menu

$35* / person

Grilled Ribeye Steak

Pasta Salad

Loaded Smashed Potato Bar

Steamed Vegetable Medley

Homemade Yeast Rolls

New York Style Cheesecake

Sweet & Unsweet Tea

*18% gratuity will be added to each meal.

Additional Dining Options

Between our breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner catering options, there are over 10,000 combinations available to you! We don't want to overwhelm you with choices though. To see our full catering menu and options, please download our catering menu.

FAQs

Don't see an answer to your question here? Just send us an email at reservations@cliffviewresort.com or send us a message through our contact form.

We sure do!

At Cliffview, we can cater to the following dietary needs: gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, kosher, and halal.

We can also take care of any food allergies anyone in your party may have, please just let us know!

Of course! We happily provide catering at any of our buildings on the Cliffview property.

We’ve taken care of breakfast, lunch, and dinner for a number of guests to our luxury cabins so they can focus on what matters most, being together.

We can cater to any group size! From just 2 up to 450!

Certainly! Soft drinks are just an additional $1 per person to add to your catering service.

Bartending is not within the scope of our catering service. We’re happy to put you in touch with some great area bartending service providers though!

We sure do! We even clean up after the meal.

We make it our #1 goal to provide you and your guests with an amazing experience while you’re OUR guests here at Cliffview!

Things to Consider When Matching Food to Your Event

What is the purpose of the event?

If your event is a simple gathering of friends or colleagues, then picking a straight-forward, no-frills meal from the catering menu is perfectly fine.

 

However, if the occasion is a big company anniversary, recognition, or, you know, a wedding, then the food and should match the celebratory atmosphere.

 

It makes sense in those celebratory meals to go the extra mile and try to have food that is exceptionally meaningful.

If it’s a wedding, what is the favorite food of the bride or groom?

 

If it’s a company celebration, what was the favorite food the founders of the company ate while they were working to launch the business?

What is the venue of the event?

Think about where and how the food will be consumed by your guests.

 

Will everyone be outside in the great outdoors of the Red River Gorge, milling about and casually interacting with each other?

 

Or will your event be a formal affair, with the guests seated for a more traditional dining experience?

If the former, then you’ll likely want to focus more on finger foods.

If the latter, then, of course, you’ll be looking at more “knife-and-fork” sort of food options, like a steak dinner.

What time of day is the event?

Timing as always critical, especially when it comes to food.

 

While we realize you wouldn’t likely serve bacon and eggs during a formal dinner (unless that was the angle you were going for), this is more around thinking about what will be occurring before and after the meal.

 

If you’re planning on taking your group on a high-thrill, high-energy zip line tour, then you probably don’t want to serve them a heavy lunch (best to stick to lighter fare, such as sandwiches or a taco bar).

 

If you know your group will be famished from having gone on a group hike or rock climbing adventure that afternoon, then you want to feed them a catered meal that will leave them satisfied and refueled (like a grilled steak dinner with a smashed potato bar).

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