Kosher Caterer for Coronado
As a full service, off-site kosher caterer, ZCater is always at your service. Whether your party is large or small, you can find the same level of service and dedication that characterizes each event ZCater caters. And, there's one thing you can always be sure of... the food is delicious and there is plenty of it!
Call one of our Event Coordinators at (888) 922 8371 to further discuss your upcoming event needs.
Kosher Event Catering
ZCater - a catering business (a division of Art of the Party) was established in Coronado in 1985 and founded in New York City in 1965. ZCater is proud to be the preferred kosher caterer at many temples and numerous homes in Coronado. ZCater can provide you with full service catering for any of your Coronado special occasions. Whether you are hosting a special once-in-a-lifetime event like a bar/bat mitzvah in Coronado or a wedding ZCater is here to help.
ZCater is available to cater your Coronado events in your home, synagogue, park, museum, or anywhere else you'd like. We provide the expertise to make your next event truly memorable. ZCater consultants will sit down with you and help you determine your precise catering needs for your special occasion. We can supply you with professional servers, bartenders and all the help you'll require.
Our suggested menus are designed to show you how to best accommodate the necessities of your occasion with an array of choices in appetizers, satisfying salads, tantalizing main courses and delicious desserts. Our kosher and kosher-style catering menus have been expanded to include pastas and several authentic Italian and Mediterranean cuisines. By your request, using only kosher products and disposable cookware, we can create a delectable kosher menu for your upcoming Coronado event.
To view our menu files and a list of Coronado temples, please click on the following links.
Kosher menu in PDF
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ZCaters mission is to provide home style best quality kosher meals for any size event. We offer all of your favorite Jewish and American dishes along with many new items you will love.
We can help you with selecting a menu, decor, venue, entertainment, and photographer to make your life easier. We are located in Coronado.
Contact us at (888) ZCater1.
ļ»æCoronado, also known as Coronado Island, is an affluent city located in San Diego County, California, 5.2 miles from downtown San Diego. Its population was 24,100 at the 2000 census. U.S. News and World Report lists Coronado as one of the most expensive places to reside in the United States. Coronado lies on a peninsula connected to the mainland by a 10-mile isthmus called the Silver Strand (locally, The Strand.) Locals sometimes call Coronado The Island or Coronado Island, and they denote the core living and business area as The Village.
Coronado is Spanish for "the crowned one," and thus it is nicknamed The Crown City.
The city became a major resort destination in 1888 with the opening of the Hotel del Coronado. In 1900 a tourist/vacation area just south of the Hotel del Coronado was established by John D. Spreckels and named Tent City. Over the years the tents gave way to cottages, the last of which was torn down in late 1940 or early 1941.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 84.6 kmĀ² (32.7 miĀ²); 20 kmĀ² (7.7 miĀ²) of the city is land and 64.6 kmĀ² (24.9 miĀ²) of it (76.36%) is water.
Originally Coronado was separated from North Island by a shallow channel called the Spanish Bight. The development of North Island by the United States Navy prior to World War II led to the filling of the Bight, combining the land areas into a single body. The Navy still operates Naval Air Station North Island (NASNI or "North Island") on Coronado. On the southern side of the town is Naval Amphibious Base Coronado, a training center for Navy SEALs. Both facilities are part of the larger Naval Base Coronado complex.
In 1969, the San Diego-Coronado Bridge was opened, allowing much faster transit between the cities than bay ferries or driving via State Route 75 along the Silver Strand. The city is currently weighing the options of additional construction on Highway 75 to alleviate congestion as traffic flows to and from San Diego and North Island.