catering

Welcome to a Little Bit of Italy

Events

Food &
Drinks

Venue

catering

Our Menu

Antipasto / Finger Foods Celery / Carrots / Olives Vegetables with Dip...

Antipasto

Pastas Penne Rigate Fettuccine Pierogi Meat or Cheese Tortellini Cannelloni...

Pastas

Chicken Roasted Chicken  Chicken Breast Cutlet  Chicken Piccata  Chicken...

Main Courses

Desserts: Cheesecake Sheet Cake Ice Cream Sherbet Truffle Tiramisu Tartuffo...

Desserts
and much more sensational food & drinks...
services

Planning a Fabulous Event?

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Weddings

Antipasto Buffet following the Receiving Line, Vegetable Soup, Baked Shrimp, Fried Calimari, Italian Lemon Ice Cream, Fettucine, Manicotti, Meatballs, Scaloppini, Chicken Cutlets w/ Mushroom Sauce, Broccoli, Parisian Potatoes, Tossed Green Salad...

02

Stag/Doe

Penne Pasta, Meatballs and salad. Additional Sausages and Roast Potatoes can be added.

03

Shower

Soup or Appetizer, Pasta or Ravioli, Chicken Piccata, Baby Carrots and Salad.

04

Ukrainian

Pierogies with Sour Cream, Cabbage Rolls, Meatballs with Mushroom Sauce, Baby Carrots, Salad and Ice Cream.

05

Traditional

Chicken Soup, Fettuccine & Side Meat or Mushroom Rice, Tossed Salad, Chicken Breast Cutlet, Roast Potatoes, Green Beans, Almondine and Dessert.

06

Elegant

Appetizer or Italian Antipasto, Vegetable Soup or Cappelleti, Lasagna or Manicotti, Beef or Ribs or Chicken, Parisian Potatoes or Double Baked Potatoes, Baked Shrimp or Calamari or Sole or Frittura Mista, Grilled Vegetables, Green Salad and...

testimonials

Clients About Us

The Primavera Banquet Hall is an awesome venue for any large or small party needs! The owner Ada Scanga will prepare anything you want from basic set menues to unique dishes. Decorating and DJ service also available!

Maria La Tassa

Amazing food, amazing service!

Tina Niemi
about us

Our Story of
Success

Ada’s past is rich with cooking from the heart. It all started in Lago, Italy where her family owned a restaurant/bar/discoteca and her father loved the land and its fruits, herbs and grains. The restaurant was called ‘Lucciola’ which means ‘firefly’ in Italian.”

Ada Scanga, Master-Chef

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