How to use CaterCow in 6 Simple Steps
1. Go to catercow.com and enter your event information. You’ll then press the blue "Search" button to see the menus available. You can customize the search by clicking on the different search filters to narrow your choices down (you can click on more than one!). From there, you'll click on the menu you'd like to find out more information about and to start your order.
2. Once you’ve found the menu you’d like to order, click the blue “Customize & Pay” button. If you haven't already signed up for an account, you'll be prompted to do so here. If you would like to take advantage of our group polling feature (team ordering), check out this article for how to use that feature: How To Use Group Polling
3. Once you are on the checkout page, our team chosen default options will populate. If you'd like to customize your options, you can do this by clicking the blue “Customize” link.
4. As you continue down the checkout page, you'll choose if you need utensils, as well as include any special instructions for the caterer. If the menu offers them and you need any extras like sides, beverages or desserts, you can add them from the add-ons section, which is located just below the special request button.
5. Next up, you'll provide the details of your delivery address and your payment information.
6. Once you’ve reviewed your order details, you’ll click the blue "Place Order" button and voila! You've just submitted a catering order. Woohoo!
We’ll then send your order over to our catering partner for confirmation. You’ll receive email updates along the way letting you know the status of your order so you can rest easy.
Once your order has been confirmed by the caterer, we will re-confirm the order with the caterer the day prior to your delivery. We won’t reach out to bother you when we do this, but please know we do this for every order on our site. As always, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions (or you can click the “support” button in the bottom right corner of your browse)
Happy, Healthy Grazing!