Fresh Wild Tuna Tataki served at wedding on whalehead club

What A Great Outer Banks Wedding Catering Looks Like…

This Saturday, I had the honor of accompanying The Red Sky Cafe catering team to a beautiful wedding in the Whalehead Club in Corolla (NC). Of course, I took my camera with me and took some amazing footage – be sure to have a napkin around before watching it 😉

I’m not a professional video guy at all, but I know great food – and that’s what I focused on.

Notice how even with my amateur video skills, all of the food looks fresh and exciting – there’s no trick there. Everything is prepared and presented in a way that prevents it from going stale, like most buffets.

But the most impressive part were the two chef stations set up with fresh pasta, fresh shrimp, and juicy, succulent steak (cooked and carved to order) . Instead of a big chaffing dish, guests talk to a real chef, and get their meal the way they want it, and they see it being prepared.

According to Chef Wes, the Red Sky is highly requested for their commitment to satisfy every guest in the party, even if that means exploring new menus and cooking styles. He says (you’ll see on the video) that he works closely with each bride and groom-to-be to create a unique Outer Banks Wedding.

We’ve posted here before how the Red Sky differs from any other wedding caterer in the obx and how to make your outer banks wedding truly unique, but you’ll see on the video how remarkable our services are.


6 replies
  1. Jessica
    Jessica says:

    Wow Wes your food looks amazing!!!! I reminds me of the days that you and Jamie did my high school graduation party. What more could a girl ask for! So I know your food taste as fab as it looks! Brides look no further….you will never ben disappointed!!!!!

  2. RedSky
    RedSky says:

    It means a lot that you remember that party, Jessica. Jamie and I had a lot of fun 😉 Thanks for your kind words, and stop by often to see what we’re cooking up here on the blog!

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