Take a bite out of your holiday to-do list by having your family meal catered! We promise to continue updating this list as menus are finalized. If you have a restaurant or catering service you’d like added to the list, email Sara@TheReader.Com.
Spencer’s for Steaks and Chops
102 S 10th St
Menu to be announced soon.
Smoked Ham, Turkey, or Prime Rib
Cheesy potato casserole or twice baked potato casserole
Green bean casserold or corn casserole
Pick up Christmas eve or Christmas day for a hot meal, or order ahead and it comes with reheating instructions
Feed as few as four or as many as eight, prices from $120 to $220
Soular Powered Plates
Soul Food has gone plant-based! Hearty, heart-warming, and heart-healthy, Soular Powered Plates has put a distinct and delicious twist on your family’s favorites.
Caddy’s Kitchen and Cocktails
Pre-order at 712-256-0070
Pre-order your Christmas dinner by December 22nd and pick up piping hot on Christmas Eve
5 pounds of Hugo’s Seasoned Prime Rib, mixed vegetables, mashed potatoes with veal gravy, salad with dressing, dinner rolls, horseradish, and a full New York Cheesecake. Feeds 6 for $185, add house wine or champagne for $15 per bottle.
Au Courant Regional Kitchen
Pick up your gourmet Au Courant Family Meal December 23 or 24th by reserving your spot now, as these go fast!
Certified Piedmontese Prime Rib, fully prepped with instructions to cook at home
Hasselback potato gratin with bacon
Brown butter Brussels sprouts and mushrooms
Roasted beet salad with citrus and feta
House buttermilk rolls
Serves 4-6 for $225. Optional wine, cocktails, and desserts for additional cost.
569 N 155th Plz
If you’re looking for the place to see 2020 out, grab one of Le Voltaire’s precious few seats for New Year’s Eve.
All orders must be received by December 21 and will be served hot on Christmas Eve between 2 and 4pm, or Christmas day between 11am and 2pm. Choose between the following three options:
A whole smoked turkey with cheesy hash browns, dirty corn, not-sober apples, turkey gravy, and pumpkin or pecan pie. Serves 10-12 for $130
Slow smoked two-meat family feast
Choose between smoked and sliced turkey, ham, or brisket with the same sides and desserts as above. Feeds 4-5 for $80, double for $150.
Smoked Prime Rib Dinner with sides and dessert feeds 4-5 for $120 or double for $220
A Casserole To-Go
5520 Miller Ave, Ralston
Holiday Dinner for Two or Four — $30-$50
Cabernet braised short ribs, garlic mashed potatoes, roasted vegetables, Barb’s favorite Waldorf salad with the AC addition of craisins and dried apricots.
Soup Special Feeds Four — $25
3 quarts of Minestrone with fresh baguette and herb whipped butter
Brunchy Breakfast — $24
Big Guy Casserole, half pan served with 6 cinnamon mini muffins
Elegant Holiday Hors d’oeuvres 20 piece platter for $25
Includes bacon wrapped water chestnuts, mini beef wellington, phyllo wrapped asparagus, antipasto skewers, gorgonzola stuffed apricots
Dayna’s chocolate peppermint croissant bread pudding, feeds 4 for $25
Timber Wood Fire Bistro
Brisket menu available soon
Elegant Edge Events
Choose from individually packaged meals, or a family-style buffet from Elegant Edge. This comes with the additional benefit of each member of the family, friend group, or work event choosing exactly what they want, and having their meal delivered in individual microwavable dishes.
Options include roast beef, ham, balsamic chicken, enchiladas, BBQ, chicken alfredo, meatballs marinara, or macaroni and cheese. Each meal comes with two sides, a salad, and dinner roll.
7110 N. 102nd Cir.
Orders must be placed by December 20 for pickup on Christmas Eve between 11am and 4pm. Each order feeds 2-3 people for $50, and includes a one-rib special with all sides. Treat boxes come with 2 mini cannoli rocher, 2 rainbow cookies, 2 almond raspberry tarts, 2 red wine marshmallows, and 2 orange linzer cookies. Small treat boxes are $28 and contain 10 treats, with a 20-treat box available for $50.
A Catered Affair
3016 North 102nd Street
A Catered Affair is closed Christmas Day, but your pre-ordered meal, complete with wine or cocktails, can be picked up any other day between now and January 2nd. Take a look at your options here:
The Reader wishes our local chefs and restaurant staffs a safe and very happy holiday season. Thank you for all you’ve done to keep our local culinary culture alive and well through this especially challenging year. And to our readers, thank you for your support and consideration for the hard work that goes into making Omaha one of the United States’ top foodie cities. We can’t wait to see you next year!