Graduation Party Catering
The summer months are the most popular times to host a graduation party on Long Island. Whether you are celebrating a graduation from high school, college or any type of school – the summer months are ideal for graduation parties! BBQ catering is also a very popular option for graduation parties – so if you are throwing a celebration and considering BBQ catering for your graduation party, give Big Belly BBQ a call. Big Belly BBQ will travel to any location in Suffolk County or Nassau County. They bring the BBQ catering to you!
If you live In Nassau County or Suffolk County and you are looking for graduation party catering options, try Big Belly BBQ. They offer the best in BBQ catering for graduation parties or any type of party or event that you may be planning. Whether you are hosting the graduation party at your home or at another location, the experienced staff at Big Belly BBQ will take care of every detail for you so you can relax and enjoy your guests. They offer many different packages of delicious, premium quality barbecued food that also include complete set up, cooking time, (complete with grills and deep fryers), disposable plates and utensils, chaffing dishes, sterno racks and complete clean up. All garbage is bagged and removed from your property as well. All food that is not consumed is also wrapped up and left for you to enjoy at another time.
If your graduate loves a love barbecue and delicious fresh food – right from the grill – Big Belly BBQ offers elite BBQ catering for graduation parties and event on Long Island. For the meat lovers, they offer all beef hamburgers or Wagyu beef burgers, Sabrett® or Hebrew National® hot dogs, premium chicken, juicy skirt steak, flavorful flank steak, their famous St. Louis ribs and multiple types of delicious sausage. They also offer vegetarian items including veggie burgers, salads, condiments and many different side options. They bring a deep fryer to prepare onion rings and French fries as well as many dessert options. If you are throwing a large graduation party, their grad party catering options can also include additional wait staff, grill masters, and bartenders. They have many options available to suit any taste or preference, so check out their graduation party menu at Big Belly BBQ Menu.
BBQ Catering is a Hit at Graduation Parties!
Make it easy on yourself and hire the graduation party catering experts at Big Belly BBQ. They will take care of everything for you, just sit back and enjoy the food, enjoy your guests and enjoy your graduation celebration!
Leave your graduation party catering to the experts at Big Belly BBQ – you will not be disappointed! For the best in BBQ catering for graduation parties in Nassau County, Suffolk County, or anywhere Plainview – give Big Belly BBQ a call at 631-307-2699 or email [email protected]. Big Belly BBQ offers the best options for onsite grad party catering including delicious fully cooked barbecued food, personal and friendly service and full graduation party BBQ catering for events and parties throughout Long Island including all of Nassau and Suffolk County. Check out Biggbellybbq.com for your next party or event today.
With Big Belly BBQ, you get the highest quality barbecued food, personal and friendly service and full BBQ catering services for any graduation party or any event in Nassau County and Suffolk County. Check out Biggbellybbq.com for your next graduation party or event today.
Book your graduation party catering order as soon as possible because the summer months get very busy and you want to be sure that you have the best BBQ catering for your graduation party celebration. Browse through the menu on the Big Belly BBQ website at Biggbellybbq.com and take a look at all they have to offer. You can choose from several different packages and you will be sure to find a BBQ package that suits the needs of all of your guests. If you are having a very large celebration, Big Belly BBQ also offers additional servers, bartenders and wait staff to assist you and make sure that your graduation party runs smoothly.
Big Belly BBQ has been serving the Plainview community for six years and has hundreds of satisfied customers in Nassau and Suffolk counties. Big Belly BBQ is proud to offer all firefighters, police and military personnel with a 5% discount on all BBQ catering and onsite catering orders. Give them a call or visit their website today.
Plainview is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) located near the North Shore of Long Island in the town of Oyster Bay in Nassau County, New York, United States. The population of the CDP as of 2010 was 26,217. The Plainview post office has the ZIP code 11803.
Plainview’s origins date to 1648, when Robert Williams, a settler from Wales, bought land in the area. The land was considered desirable for farming because of a small pond named the Moscopas by local Native Americans, meaning ‘hole of dirt and water’. The remainder of the land in the area was purchased by Thomas Powell in 1695 as part of the Bethpage Purchase. The name ‘Mannatto Hill’ had already appeared on the 1695 deed of the Bethpage Purchase, and the settlement came to be called ‘Manetto Hill’. Manitou was the Native American word either for ‘god’ or for ‘spirit’.
The 1837 arrival of the Long Island Rail Road to nearby Hicksville brought a boom to local farming. In 1885, residents of Manetto Hill petitioned the United States Postal Service for a local post office, but were turned down because, according to several accounts, a similar name was already in use upstate. The hamlet was then named ‘Plainview’, for the view of the Hempstead Plains from the top of the Manetto Hills.
Plainview remained a farming community, famous for growing cucumbers for the huge Heinz pickle factories located in nearby Farmingdale and Hicksville. In the early 1900s blight destroyed the cucumber crop and many farmers switched to potatoes. After World War II, a potato blight combined with the desire of many returning GIs to leave New York City for the more rural Long Island, convinced many farmers to sell their property, leading to massive development in the area, giving rise to so-called suburban sprawl. Between 1950 and 1960, the hamlet grew from a population of 1,155 to more than 35,000. Most of the available land was developed during this period or otherwise designated as parkland. While overall development declined it did continue sporadically as smaller remaining parcels of land were also developed. In recent years, some of the few large remaining parcels have given way to gated communities, which are in contrast to most housing in the area. Some of these developments include ‘The Hamlet on Olde Oyster Bay’ and ‘The Seasons at Plainview’, a residential community focused on over age 55 residents and first time home buyers.
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