Top-Ranked Caterer in Phoenix

Established in 1993 by Freddy Renstrom and his son Eric, Fat Freddy’s Catering in Phoenix started out providing catering service for friends and family and for one particular resort that had a close connection to the owners. As word started to spread about our great tasting food and professional catering services, the decision was made to move out of Freddy’s home kitchen and into a commercial grade kitchen capable of producing food in greater quantity. As business steadily grew over the ensuing years, our customer base shifted from small to mid-size private catering to that of catering to large corporations. While catering to this niche is rewarding in many ways, it demands a high degree of professional service and great tasting food We delivered in meeting these demands and today our corporate clients represent a high percentage of our overall business.

In addition to corporate events, we cater to all types of events such as private social functions, church events, financial institutions and wedding catering where we have become recognized as one of the top Phoenix wedding catering companies in the valley. Wedding catering has become one of our core specialties since the demand for perfection is very similar to that required in corporate catering.

Catering in Phoenix

Serving our clients

With delicious food and a big smile!

Thanks to continuing growth, Fat Freddy’s catering owns and operates out of an 8,000 square foot facility consisting of 5,500 square feet of kitchen space and 2,500 square feet of administration space. Our fleet of delivery vehicles and the number of employees has also expanded accordingly. And while the company has grown and changed over the years, some things will never change and that is our commitment to deliver great tasting food, high quality service and to employ the best professionals we can find.

Be a Pineapple

Stand tall. Wear a crown. Be sweet on the inside.

The pineapple has served as a symbol of hospitality throughout the history of the Americas. The legend began with the sea captains of New England, who sailed among the Caribbean Islands and returned to the colonies bearing their cargo of fruits, spices and rum. According to the legend, the captain would spear a pineapple on a fence post outside his home to let his friends know of his safe return from sea. The pineapple was an invitation for them to visit, share his food and drink, and listen to tales of his voyage. As the tradition grew, colonial innkeepers added the pineapple to their signs, advertisements and bedposts carved in the shape of a pineapple were a common sight at inns across New England. This legend has continued to the present day; appearing on all sorts of decor from door knockers to quilts – the fruit symbolizes those intangible assets we appreciate in a home:  warmth, welcome, friendship and hospitality. 

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