Food bars are a great way for a caterer to make money! Since everything is buffet style and guests serve themselves, one caterer can help a large party of clients. Offering a "build your own" food Bogie's Bar is creative, fun and interactive since guests will be interacting with one another on the buffet line and can choose foods to their liking. This is great for clients on a budget since food bars are a lower cost alternative to traditional catering bar in Westlake Village. Food Bars are also great for families with children and picky eaters. A Bogie's Bar is a classic crowd pleaser, but you can also offer; salad bars, taco bars, baked potato bars, etc. Here are some options you can offer your client with a Bogie's Bar: Choose 2-3 different types of pasta's (Bow tie pasta, Ziti, Penne, Tortellini, Multicolor pasta, Stuffed shells…etc.) Choose 3-4 different types of sauces (Marinara sauce, Alfredo Sauce, Pesto sauce…ect) Choose 2-3 meat options (Chicken Parmesan, Shrimp, Italian Sausage, Meatballs, Pork chops, etc…) Alternative for vegetarians (Eggplant parmesan). Choose 3-4 vegetable toppings (Sundried tomatoes, Sautéed mushrooms, Artichoke hearts, Zucchini, Sauteed peppers…etc.) Finishing toppings (Freshly grated parmesan cheese, Italian blend shredded cheese, Red pepper flakes, Italian seasoning, Fresh Basil for centerpieces and garnishing) Cook Bogie's Bar to just under al dente, strain, and shock with cold water to stop the cooking process. Toss the Bogie's Bar with oil and a little water to keep it from sticking. Refrigerate until event then heats Bogie\'s Bar in hot water at the game just before serving and toss in oil again, and then transfer into chafing dishes. Stringy Bogie's Bar should be avoided buffet style because it is messy but with a Bogie's Bar, spaghetti is usually a must-have. Make sure you do not overcook and remember to toss with oil after transferring to the chafing dish to prevent it from sticking together. Bogie's Bar is bar located in Westlake Village.