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View or download the Bi-Rite Catering & Events brochure here.

View or download the Bi-Rite Catering & Events brochure here.

A la Carte Menu


Frequently Asked Questions

How can I place my order?
By phone (415-321-8070 ext 1) or with our Online Request Form.

When is the deadline to place my order?
Before 3 pm, 2 days before your event.

How much should I order?
We are more than happy to suggest quantities for you. Our menu also lists the number of servings per dish to give you a rough idea. If you want to avoid doing the math, just let us know which items you would like and we will suggest appropriate quantities for your event.

How will I pay for my order?
Please call with your credit card to confirm your order before 3pm, 2 days before your event. We will charge it in full the day before your event. You will receive a receipt along with your food.

Pick-Up or Delivery?
You can pick up your orders (excluding savory tartlets and focaccia flatbreads) at either market.

  • Bi-Rite Market, 3639 18th Street from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Bi-Rite Market, 550 Divisadero Street from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

We deliver within San Francisco any time between 8am and 6pm. Our courier requires a 30-minute delivery window in which they will arrive with your order. There is a fee for delivery which is based on the total number of platters being delivered (i.e. 1-6 platters is $30, 7-11 is $45…)

How will my food arrive?
Your food will arrive plattered and ready to serve! Our food is presented on recyclable platters, baskets, or on oven-safe aluminum platters for items that require heating. If you prefer to serve on your own platters, we can pack most items in aluminum hotel pans for easier transport.

Will my food arrive hot?
No, we do not serve hot food. All of our items are made to be served at room temperature and will arrive that way. There are just a couple of items that should be reheated, which will be indicated in the description & arrive on oven-safe platters with instructions.

Does Bi-Rite provide plates? Forks? Crystal Champagne flutes?
Yes to plates and forks, no to the champagne flutes. We exclusively use biodegradable plates, utensils, cups and napkins for our pick-up or drop-off catering service. We charge a nominal fee per setting. Please tell us what you need and we’re happy to include it with your order. We can also provide disposable serving utensils upon request.

Does Bi-Rite send alcohol to events?
Yes! You can find our current selections under Beverages.

Does Bi-Rite provide staff for events?
Yes! Our staff is $40-50/hr and requires a 5 hour minimum. Please keep in mind that our staff does book up quickly.

What if I need to cancel?
You may change or cancel your order any time before 3pm, 2 days before your event.

  • Orders cancelled with less than 2 days notice will be charged 50% of the order total
  • Orders cancelled with less than 24 hours notice will be charged 75% of the order total

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