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The average cost per plate at a wedding at The Peninsula Beverly Hills ranges from $150 to $250, depending on whether you’re dreaming of a cocktail reception or a sit-down banquet. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s catering team is known for helping brides and grooms customize their menus, but there are also two wedding packages priced at $185 (Wilshire package) and $260 (Rodeo package) a head. The less expensive package includes three hors d’oeuvres during cocktails, a four-course dinner, a four-hour open bar and a three-tier wedding cake.
The Peninsula Beverly Hills offers an upscale selection of chilled and hot hors d’oeuvres that will keep your guests from feeling peckish while they wait for dinner. Choose from little bites like marinated mussels with avocado and white truffle oil, grilled dates with Roquefort and jalapeño or the pared-down version of a classic from Four-Star The Belvedere restaurant: house-smoked salmon with caviar on a mini scallion pancake. Entrées are just want you’d expect from a Beverly Hills hotel known for its fine-dining establishments: elegant with fresh ingredients and inventive sides. There’s everything from baked Alaskan cod with a Dungeness crab hash topped with a corn and sweet onion jus to a Moroccan-marinated lamb with a mint couscous and eggplant caviar in a curried carrot sauce.
Want to add a fun flair to your special day? At The Peninsula, you can request special stations filled with dim sum, carving meats and even gourmet sliders.
The average cost per plate at a wedding at The Peninsula Beverly Hills is approximately $180 per person with a beverage.