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By: tiffanyjackson
Coastal Catering and Events Inc
I cannot say enough good things about this catering company. The day of my wedding it rained and our scheduled rain option was not working out. At the last minute we had to come up with an entirely new plan. The catering company did an unbelievable job working with the new plan to make everything turn out. They were helpful, polite to everyone, and the entire crew hustled. No one complained, everyone there tried their very best in a less than optimal situation. My guests were raving about how wonderful the food was and how polite and helpful the staff was, but most of them had no idea how fantastic they were behind the scenes as we were all shifting to option B.Tiffany Jackson
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By: John K.
Law Office of Ryan W Johnson
If you are buying property or have a real estate closing this is the attorney you should have working for you. Ryan Johnson is a meticulous and detail-orientated attorney, ready to meet all of your real estate legal needs. Ryan has a superior working relationships with many local realtors and lenders that he has developed over many years. These institutions trust that closings handled by Ryan will be completed in a timely matter, and will be thoroughly vetted for accuracy.
By: jennifer.lane.little
Coastal Catering and Events Inc
Class Act operation! They catered our wedding and I could not have asked for more. The food and the staff were on point. Every single one of our guests raved about the food. As the bride I had 2 helpings of everything. I highly recommend Coastal for any event they are super easy to work with and the food is OUTSTANDING!
By: gayleflynn
Coastal Catering and Events Inc
I cannot say enough about Coastal Catering. Joe and his staff are simply amazing! They catered my son's rehearsal dinner last night and I was so impressed with the quality of the food, the presentation and the service staff. Thanks so much for making our event a success!
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By: Patricia H.
Baked With Love
This is a wonderful place for lunch! I had the chicken salad sandwich and the shrimp & corn chowder. It was absolutely wonderful!!
By: Lisa B.
Stiller Law PC
Thoughtful, intelligent. They get the job done!
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