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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Whitebox Eatery Debuts Catering Service and Private Event Space

Posted By on Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 9:00 AM

Roast beef and tuna sandwiches, kebobs and blue cheese and tomato bruschetta from the catering menu. | Nancy Stiles
  • Roast beef and tuna sandwiches, kebobs and blue cheese and tomato bruschetta from the catering menu. | Nancy Stiles

Whitebox Eastery (176 Carondelet Plaza, Clayton; 314-862-2802) is a sleek breakfast and lunch spot by day, but co-owner Brendan Marsden hopes to utilize it as an event space by night.

See also: Whitebox Eatery Brings Sleek Style to A.M. Dining: Review

The dining room can be converted to a private event space after hours. | Nancy Stiles
  • The dining room can be converted to a private event space after hours. | Nancy Stiles

Whitebox played with the idea a bit with its Super Bowl contest -- unfortunately the winner had a conflict so there wasn't a football party (he's rescheduling). Whitebox has an expansive catering menu, which includes new neighbor Vincent Van Doughnuts, goat cheese skewers, a variety of sandwiches, salads and pastries.

You can check out the full catering menu here. To place a catering order, call 314-862-2802 or email catering@whiteboxeatery.com.

Pastries from the catering menu. | Nancy Stiles
  • Pastries from the catering menu. | Nancy Stiles
Boxed lunches are available for catering. | Nancy Stiles
  • Boxed lunches are available for catering. | Nancy Stiles

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