For over 19 years, Figs and Honey Catering has been Atlanta’s top family-owned and operated catering service. We enjoy preparing food to share with family and friends. Our combination of culinary creativity and down to earth style is the reason so many choose us as their caterer. Our goal is to present culinary delights that every guest will enjoy and remember long after the event. As well as service and staff that will please you with a professional and friendly demeanor.
Figs and Honey Catering is known for being extremely flexible and “customizable” to fit the menu specifications and catering needs of every event. Our menu options are extensive and varied. But, if you cannot find an option listed within our menus that works for your event, our chef will be happy to work with you to create the perfect meal.
Regardless of the event being casual or formal, large or small, corporate or private we will leave a good taste in your mouth and a little extra money in your pocket. Whether it’s a corporate luncheon, an elaborate outdoor wedding, or a simple dinner at home with friends, Figs and Honey Catering can provide the food and service to exceed your expectations.
Figs and Honey Catering is also home to Tiny Bistro, a small restaurant in Atlanta’s West Midtown. Tiny Bistro will tantalize your taste buds with hot-off-the-press panini sandwiches, delectable side salads, and soups for cool-weather days. All sandwiches are made to order and take approximately 10 minutes to prepare. Order online or call ahead, 404.475.9562, to have your order ready when you walk in. Tiny Bistro is open 11am – 3pm Monday – Friday.
Figs and Honey Catering enjoys a relationship with many of you and it is heart-warming to have so many repeat customers. We would love for you to become part of the family as a loyal customer. If you are a bit shy about trying a new caterer, give us a call. We’ll be happy to provide references and a tasting so you can personally see what everyone is talking about.
Call us at 404.745.9561 Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. or contact us here anytime.
Word of mouth may be how you heard about us…trying our food will make you a believer!
Notice, Minimums, and Cancellations:
While we appreciate as much notice as possible, we understand that is not always an option. Most of the time we are able to cater for orders placed by 4:00 p.m. the business day before the event. However, some menu items do require 72 hour notice. We will accept less notice whenever possible. Please ask your event planner if you are concerned about minimum orders. We will make every effort to meet your needs (for example, if you have two vegetarians or one person who requires a gluten-free lunch, those items can easily be added to our order with advance notice from you.) However, there are some dishes (lasagna, for example) that are baked in a manner that would make sending an individual order exceedingly difficult! If you are unsure, just ask.
We require a minimum of $500 (in food and beverage charges) for weekend events. We are closed on Memorial Day (weekend), Labor Day (weekend), Thanksgiving Day (weekend) and the week at the end of the year stretching between Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. However, we would be pleased to prepare food prior to the holiday for you to heat and serve your guests.
We love providing food from our Special Events Menu. However, a minimum order of $250 (in food and beverage charges) is necessary when ordering from our Special Events Menu weekdays. (Weekend minimums still apply.)
Changes are accepted for most events up to 72 hours before the scheduled event time. If the event requires extra notice you will be informed in advance.
Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance. A cancellation charge of 50% of the food cost will be charged for cancellations made within the 48 hour period. This is true even for “weather-related” cancellations. Snowmagetten, in 2014, was a great example. Many folks wanted to keep their catering orders in place. We were able to get to work, prepare food, and were able to make deliveries. We did, in fact, make a couple of deliveries to folks who were able to drive to work. But most folks stayed home, with the business closed. Cancellations were not made 48 hours in advance, so food was purchased. The cancellation fee applied.