Emelle’s Catering is a Vancouver based catering and events company. Whether it is an intimate picnic for 2, a wedding reception or a corporate gathering, our team of professional chefs, event designers and servers offer outstanding service for your memorable events. We genuinely enjoy building relationships with our clients and help in the realization of their vision. We love what we do and that shows with our enthusiasm, dedication and support to all our clients and vendors.
Emelle's Catering offers award winning professional catering for weddings, corporate events, fundraising events, catered meetings, luncheon catering, business catering, buffet catering, office catering, bbq catering in Vancouver, BC.
Whether it is an intimate picnic for two, a wedding reception for 150 or a corporate gathering for 2500: Our team of professional chefs, servers and event designers will offer you exquisite cuisine, a wealth of experience and outstanding service. Emelle's Catering can make your special event a successful reality.
Nothing but good things to say about Emelle’s. First of all, Nicole the event manager is simply amazing and probably my favourite vendor I dealt with. She was so accommodating in helping me find the perfect food for our wedding. We had several tastings and they weren’t happy until we were happy. Very refreshing. I should also probably mention that the food and their staff were awesome.
City of Vancouver Details:
Kerrisdale has at least 2 stories of naming… The first is that it was named by Mrs. William McKinnon – she called it Kerry’s Dale – after the name of her family home, Kerrydale, in Scotland. She was naming the British Columbia Electric Railway stop at Wilson Road (today West 41st Avenue).
The second (from the Vancouver archives) is that the first house in Kerrisdale is now numbered 2941 West 42nd Avenue, and was the home of Dr. J.M. Pearson. It stood on what is now West 42nd Avenue between Carnarvon and MacKenzie streets, was originally on a five acre plot, and the house stood well back from the road. Kerrisdale gets its name from it.
Kerrisdale was part of the Municipality of Point Grey, which joined the City of Vancouver and the Municipality of South Vancouver – January 1, 1929. Many of the streets and avenues surrounding this railway stop developed around that time.
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