|Thank you for considering ZCater
to assist you with your upcoming Laguna Niguel Catering
in 1985, ZCater
brings a blend of innovative
regional and international ethnic cuisine, outstanding
presentation and highly professional service to weddings
receptions, banquets, holiday parties, galas and fundraisers.
From formal dinners to light refreshments, large events
or small groups, ZCater
looks forward to working with you
on all your Laguna Niguel Catering
needs, creating unique menus guaranteed
to tempt your palate and thrill your guests.
The experience and professionalism of our staff can be relied upon.
This enables our clients to relax and enjoy their event, confident that their guests are being well looked after.
All menu items are prepared from the
freshest ingredients procured from specialty food growers
and purveyors from around the country. Clients return
again and again to ZCater in the knowledge
that our high standards for food and service will always
Please accept this invitation to browse
our website, view our menus, and contact us at your
earliest convenience to discuss your planning needs.
It will be our pleasure to assist you in bringing your
Special Event to reality!
ZCater provides full service catering,
party planning and expert event management
to meet any catering need. Our mission is to excel our
services beyond the level of your expectations. We acknowledge
that each client is different. So we are flexible and
tailor our service to your needs and budget. The experience
and professionalism of our party designers, chefs and
waiting staff can be relied upon. This enables our clients
to relax and enjoy their event, confident that their
guests are being well looked after.
Within the website we only cover a
snapshot of our full services. For further information,
please call our corporate office at (888) 922 - 8371.
Welcome to ZCater, the number one catering company in Southern California.
ZCater's excellent reputation for wonderful food, fine service and unique presentation is well-documented and well-deserved. ZCater enjoys a priority standing in the event community and is known for flawless special events of every size and type, and is particularly known for excellence in producing very large, high profile and multi-faceted events like Corporate, Social, Birthdays, Kosher, Anniversaries, Weddings, Bachelor/Bachelorette, BBQs, Parties on Boats, Reunion Parties, Graduation Parties, Retirement Parties, Picnics, Pool Parties, Gallery Openings, High School Reunions, Christmas Parties, Halloween Parties and Holidays. We are a full-service catering and events planning company composed of a highly organized team of event planners, concept designers, managers and chefs.
We are driven to create inspired events in Laguna Niguel with unmatched structure and individual character. We can also provide many types of entertainment for your special event.
Laguna Niguel history:
Laguna Niguel is a city located in southern Orange County, California. The name "Laguna Niguel" is derived from the Spanish word "Laguna" which means lagoon, and the word "Nigueli" which was the name of a Juaneño Indian village that was once located on Aliso Creek. The population was 61,891 at the 2000 census. The city was primarily built after 1980 as an unincorporated master planned community located in the San Joaquin Hills near Laguna Beach. It borders Laguna Beach, Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano, Mission Viejo, Laguna Hills, and Aliso Viejo. Laguna Niguel has been the host of the 'Mooning of the Amtrak' for 30 years as of July 2009.
Laguna Niguel is located at 33°31′55″N 117°42′9″W / 33.53194°N 117.7025°W / 33.53194; -117.7025 (33.531938, -117.702503). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 38.1 km² (14.7 mi²). 38.0 km² (14.7 mi²) of it is land and 0.2 km² (0.1 mi²) of it (0.41%) is water.
Laguna Niguel occupies a hilly basin near the southern end of the San Joaquin Hills, a small coastal mountain range in southern Orange County. On the west is 650-foot (200 m) Niguel Hill, which separates the city from Aliso Canyon, an immense gorge cut by Aliso Creek, one of the county's primary watercourses. The Aliso Canyon area is home to Aliso and Wood Canyons Regional Park, a large wilderness area in the southern county. Although the creek itself only brushes the northwestern border of the city, a major tributary, Sulphur Creek, drains most of northern Laguna Niguel. Sulphur Creek runs through Crown Valley in eastern Laguna Niguel, Crown Valley Park, Laguna Niguel Regional Park and Sulphur Creek Reservoir (Laguna Niguel Lake). The two parks and the lake lie just north of the geographic center of the city.
Low ridges dissect much of the Laguna Niguel area. Most of these mountain ridges, some of them attaining heights of one or two hundred feet, run northeast to southwest, delineating the hydrography of the area. Laguna Niguel's other primary drainage, Salt Creek, has two forks in the southern half of the city, flowing southwards to the Pacific Ocean. Laguna Niguel itself has no border on the ocean. The city of Dana Point to the south separates Laguna Niguel and the Pacific. On the east side, Laguna Niguel is separated from San Juan Capistrano by a significant ridge running along Trabuco Creek. To the north lie Aliso Viejo and Laguna Hills.
Crown Valley and Alicia Parkways are the primary thoroughfares in the city. Crown Valley Parkway runs along Sulphur Creek and the northern fork of Salt Creek, bisecting the city northeast to southwest. Alicia Parkway, mostly a north-south road, follows Aliso Creek to where it joins Crown Valley Parkway in close proximity to Crown Valley Park and the city center. California State Route 73 runs north of the city, diverging from Interstate 5 just northeast of Laguna Niguel. Moulton Parkway/Street of the Golden Lantern runs along the eastern boundary of Laguna Niguel. Pacific Island Drive/Camino del Avión follow parts of the west and south boundaries, respectively. Another major road, Niguel Road, runs roughly parallel and east of Crown Valley Parkway along the Salt Creek canyon. Marina Hills Drive is the largest crossing between Niguel Road and Golden Lantern, and Aliso Creek Road runs east-west through northern Laguna Niguel.