Saturday, July 11, 2020

Happy Fall from PRET Gourmet

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With fall fast upon us, it’s a great time to start thinking about the change of weather, impending holidays and of course the hearty, satisfying meals we’ve left behind in exchange for lighter summer fare.

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At PRET Gourmet, it’s a special milestone since we are no longer “the new kids in town.” This fall commemorates the start of our eighth year of doing business with some amazing Coronado residents and local businesses, as well as the wonderful clients we service in the Greater San Diego County.

What we have learned most of all is that ours is a town of remarkable talent, with a vast array of culinary options to choose from, be it caterers, private chefs, or restaurateurs. Even more noteworthy, is the boundless amount of humility, grace and talent that make up our population. I am personally astounded by the people I have met, and continue to meet who make up our community.

I urge you to get out, meet someone new today, and most of all connect with our local businesses. Finally, if you haven’t booked that corporate or private event yet, the team at PRET is ready and waiting to “let you show up as a guest to your next event!”

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Happy Fall Coronado!
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