Sunday Thru Thursday: 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Italian Catering Services in Brooklyn
This corner in Brooklyn with Italian Catering Services in Brooklyn has been serving Italian food for over 70 years. We can cater special events such as theme parties, birthdays, surprise parties, reunions, Christmas parties, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, Weddings, School parties, and any other event you can imagine. Whether your special event is casual or dressy, festive or formal Dannys Italian catering services
in Brooklyn can offer
create the perfect
menu, and deliciously unforgettable food.
**Private Parties welcomed
$29.95 Per Person
Danny's 5 Item Pre-Fixed Buffet Menu:
Your choice of Salad: Garden Salad, or Caesar Salad
Your choice of Pasta, (your choice of any two): Penne A La Vodka, Fettucini Alfredo, Stuffed Shells, Linguini with white or red clam sauce, or Baked Ziti
Your choice of Meat, Poultry, or Seafood (your choice of any 2 ):
Meats: Italian Sausage & Peppers, Meatball Marinara,
Poultry: Chicken Cutlet Parmigiana, Chicken Francese, Chicken Marsala
Seafood: Mussels Marinara, Calamari Arrabiata, Fried Calamari
Pre-Fixed Menu also Includes unlimited: Coffee, Tea, Soda, Espresso, & Cappucino
Also Includes: 2 beers, or 2 Glasses of Wine Per Person
***Minimum of 10 people Maximum 40***
~tax & gratuity not included~
Did You Know?
New York's Howntown Newspaper
Slice of Life: Pizza cuts Cancer Risk
ROME - Pizza beats cancer, a study found.
Italian researchers said eating one or more pizzas a week dramatically reduced the incidence of types of cancer.
A study of 8,000 people by a Milan pharmacology center found that regular pizza eaters were 59% less likely to contract cancer of the esophagus, while the risk of developing colon cancer fell by 26%.
"We knew that tomato sauce was protective against certain tumors, but we certainly didn't expect that pizza as a whole would provide such strong protection," researcher Silvano Gallus told
La Repubblica newspaper.
A six year Harvard study in 1995 found that foods laden with cooked tomatoes, such as pizza and spaghetti sauce, significantly reduced the risk of prostate cancer.