Celebrate summer in New England with a festive clam bake.  The warmth of the sun, the sound of the waves, the smell of salt in the air and some of our favorite foods.  Summer in New England is a time to gather with friends and family in appreciation of the season.  Let chef Matt feed your summer soul and create lasting memories with our delectable barbecue dishes and classic New England clam bakes.  From a simple backyard barbecue, pig roast or classic clam bake, we will provide a custom event that will be sure to put a smile on your face.

A themed event can add a level of fun to your next dinner party by creating an evening your guests are sure to remember.  One of our favorite menus transports your guests back to the swinging 60's with a Mad Men Menu.  Chef Matt has created a retro menu filled with dishes featured on the series, all with a modern twist to the classic flavors.  Dine on decadent beef wellington and finish with the the chefs take on pineapple upside down cake.  If you can theme it up we can create the perfect menu!


Jackie Kennedy’s Avocado & Crabmeat Mimosa
Season 2, Episode 1
An order placed by Betty Draper on Valentines day at the Savoy-Plaza Hotel;
from a menu served at a White House state dinner in 1961, held for the president of Pakistan, Ayub Kahn.

‘The Palms’ Wedge Salad
Season 3, Episode 2
A salad that saved the Madison Square Garden account for Roger & Don.

Lime Sorbetto
My personal tribute to the jello mold obsessed era because “there is always room for Jell-O”.

Beef Wellington
Season 1, Episode 6
In Fashionable Food: Seven Decades of Food Fads, Sylvia Lovegreen states that Beef Wellington was
the premier party dish of the 1960’s.  This dish was an attempt to persuade Joan Holloway to stay the afternoon
with Roger Sterling.

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
Season 4, Episode 3
Being unable to accompany her husband to the islands, Joan decides to make a festive,
“Hawaii at Home” New Years Dinner featuring this iconic 1960’s dessert.