Four Seasons Milano Makes Party Planning Easier With New Catering E-Menus

Four Seasons Milano Makes Party Planning Easier With New Catering E-Menus

You are cordially invited to throw your next lavish Italian shindig at the Four Seasons Hotel Milano. Okay, that’s nothing new, but thanks to their latest events and catering e-menus, social butterflies on the go can make all their social engagement arrangements from the convenience of their smartphones—anywhere, anytime, no appointment or trans-Atlantic phone calls necessary.


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Available to clients as downloadable and interactive PDFs, the Catering Menus are created by celebrated Executive Chef Sergio Mei, while the Events e-Brochure details everything for planning a custom-tailored gathering in Milan’s legendary hotel.

“The menus are easy to access online so clients can look over them in their own time to decide what will suit their occasion,” says catering manager Anna Di Stefano, “while new clients can visualize a future event at the hotel by looking at the spaces available, floor plans and set ups."

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Your most enviable task will be deciding between 44 new menus, in addition to a variety of single dishes, all of which are different spins on Mediterranean cuisine created by Sergio Mei using fresh, authentic ingredients from premium quality local suppliers. Hailing from Sardinia, Mei underscores his cuisine with flavors from the famous island, including a focus on meats and fresh fish (sardines, presumably, are optional).


The dishes are available for a range of events such as business meetings or intimate Milan Fashion Week dinners to a gala wedding feast for hundreds of guests. They also offer a tailored service to clients who can choose from different singularly-priced dishes to create a more personalized menu. In keeping with the hotel’s extraordinary service, Chef Mei will also create an entirely unique menu around a theme. Might we suggest “La Dolce Vita” or “Table for Two with George Clooney?”