Dear Hungry Friends,
For several generations now, the Cribb family has been known for their festive gatherings and generous hospitality. Delicious food (and lots of it!), good wine, rich discussion, and an ever-rotating guest list: these have come to be expected of the Cribbs over the years, this is what our dinner table is known for, it is what we love. Oh, the countless feasts of juicy steaks, slow roasted pulled pork, succulent standing rib roasts, fresh stuffed pheasant, savory leg of lamb, ecclectic salads and other creative accouterments, like Lynn's trationally southern peach cobbler (a-la-mode, naturally). To recall is to salivate!
With the advent of Cribb's Catering on Spring St. nearly four years ago, Chef and founder William Cribb, his mother Lynn, father Billy, and siblings Kenneth, Lee, and Jamie, the family now brings our passion to you, our hungry friends. Regardless of the venue,at large corporate functions or small gatherings of kith and kin, we strive to make your occasion a memorable one. If it is a simple boxed lunch or deli tray for the office you desire, a good ol' fashioned southern BBQ for the family reunion, light or heavy hors devours at your debutant soiree, or a formal, progressively plated dinner for your 50th wedding anniversary, we will surely rise to the occasion. It is our desire that you will love not only the fresh, innovative food we prepare, but also working withthe Cribbs themselves. From our family to yours, we are Cribbs catering, and we wish to satisfy your every culinary need this party. Cheers and Bon Apetite!
“On behalf of everyone at The Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg, I'd like to express my gratitude for the food you so graciously provided for our Volunteer Appreciation Celebration. It pleases me when a company such as [Cribb's Catering] gets involved in our projects. Your generosity showed tremendous community spirit...Thank you, again, for making an investment in the arts and your community through your kind support.”—The Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg